The internet is full of "pitfalls and possibilities," says University of Baltimore Prof. Nicole Hudgins. To prove her point, this summer she led a class in which students used only mainstream websites to examine episodes from history.
Every day, says Jeff Beeson, deputy director of the Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs, we are learning more about the depth and breadth of opioid abuse. And we are learning how to use technology to combat the crisis and relieve the suffering.
Caroline D. Ciraolo, the former head of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and a partner and founder of Kostelanetz & Fink's D.C. and Maryland offices, has joined the faculty of the University of Baltimore Graduate Tax Program and will teach a new course entitled "Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Tax Crimes."
This fall, the University of Baltimore will host a class on "The Evolution of Batman." Steven Leyva, assistant professor in the Klein Family School of Communications Design, is receiving national media attention from outlets including io9, Nerdist, the Mary Sue and more.
Kimberly Wehle, professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells MSNBC that her former colleague at the U.S. Department of Justice, Brett Kavanaugh, is "going to stand out as someone who makes a real imprint" if he is appointed as a Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Appearing on CNN, University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich says the upcoming Supreme Court's confirmation process will be a high-stakes process, because the next justice likely will be on the Court for the next several decades.
Interviewed in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs Dean Roger Hartley says a proposed change to the Anne Arundel County charter to allow the County Council to approve county executive picks for police chief will represent a significant shift in political dynamics.