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President Schmoke Discusses DeVos Invitation

President Schmoke Discusses DeVos Invitation

September 12, 2017

In an interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education, University of Baltimore President Kurt L. Schmoke talks about his reasons for inviting U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to deliver a keynote address at UB's Commencement this coming December.

Compete for a Chance to Pitch Your Business Idea on the Startup Maryland Bus, Sept. 26

Compete for a Chance to Pitch Your Business Idea on the Startup Maryland Bus, Sept. 26

September 12, 2017

Are you an entrepreneur? Have you dreamed of starting your own company? Attend the University of Baltimore's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation's Startup Maryland Day on Sept. 26 and pitch your best ideas for new businesses to some of the state's most successful business leaders.

Prof. Keyes: With DACA Ending, We Need Immigration Reform Now

Prof. Keyes: With DACA Ending, We Need Immigration Reform Now

September 7, 2017

Elizabeth Keyes, associate professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and director of the school's Immigrant Rights Clinic, writes in The Baltimore Sun that the drawing down of the DACA program should prompt Congress to craft a legislative solution to the nation's pressing problems with immigration.

USM Chancellor's Letter in Support of DACA

USM Chancellor's Letter in Support of DACA

September 6, 2017

On Sept. 5, 2017, University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert L. Caret wrote a letter to Maryland's Congressional delegation regarding support for DACA.

Paulette Brown, Past President of ABA, to Deliver Constitution Day Lecture, Sept. 12

Paulette Brown, Past President of ABA, to Deliver Constitution Day Lecture, Sept. 12

September 6, 2017

Paulette Brown, the first African American woman to lead the American Bar Association, will deliver a special Constitution Day address, followed by audience Q&A, on Sept. 12.

Every UB Student Has a Story to Tell. What's Yours?

Every UB Student Has a Story to Tell. What's Yours?

September 6, 2017

At the University of Baltimore, we believe that every student has a story. How have your life experiences shaped your views? What do you want to achieve? What difference do you intend to make in your community, your city or the world? The answers to these questions are what make us unique. UB Student Affairs has launched the Be YOU at UB campaign, with a mission to tell the stories that shape and empower us. Read them, then tell us - what's your story?

Washington Monthly Ranks UB #29 Nationally for Contributions to Public Good

Washington Monthly Ranks UB #29 Nationally for Contributions to Public Good

September 2, 2017

The University of Baltimore has been ranked #29 nationally in Washington Monthly's annual assessment of colleges and universities based on their contributions to the public good. The ranking, in the category of "Best Colleges for Adult Learners – 4 Year Colleges," is part of the publication's overall look at colleges' and universities' ability to support students in various measurable ways, including social mobility.

R.A.D. Training Sessions for the Community Announced

R.A.D. Training Sessions for the Community Announced

September 1, 2017

Beginning later this month, the University of Baltimore Police Department will offer a series of R.A.D. (Rape, Aggression, Defense) training sessions for the central Baltimore community.

USM Chancellor's Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

USM Chancellor's Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

August 31, 2017

On Aug. 30, 2017, University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert L. Caret issued a statement regarding diversity and inclusion.

Prof. Guy: Teens Do Well in Philosophy Camp - So How About Adults?

Prof. Guy: Teens Do Well in Philosophy Camp - So How About Adults?

August 31, 2017

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, Fred Guy, director of the University of Baltimore's Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics, considers the breakthroughs in communication and civility that occurred at this summer's Philosophy Camp for high school students. He wonders whether a camp setting, where respect is expected and the work is taken seriously, could be good for adults who just can't seem to agree on anything.

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