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'An Evening with Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald,' April 10

'An Evening with Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald,' April 10

March 28, 2014

Baltimore's most famous Jazz Age couple, Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, will be celebrated in a special evening of readings at the University of Baltimore on April 10.

Diverse Magazine and American College Personnel Association Name UB One of 30 Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs

Diverse Magazine and American College Personnel Association Name UB One of 30 Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs

March 28, 2014

The American College Personnel Association and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education have named the University of Baltimore one of the nation's "30+ Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs" for 2014.

NYU Professor, Screenwriter, Playwright Richard Wesley, April 9

NYU Professor, Screenwriter, Playwright Richard Wesley, April 9

March 25, 2014

The University of Baltimore Collegiate Intent Section of the National Council of Negro Women will celebrate the acclaimed writer Richard Wesley, a black playwright and screenwriter for television and cinema whose works include the screenplays for the films Uptown Saturday Night and Let's Do It Again, on April 9.

Schaefer Center for Public Policy Kicks Off 30th Anniversary Celebration with Dedication of New Home, April 10

Schaefer Center for Public Policy Kicks Off 30th Anniversary Celebration with Dedication of New Home, April 10

March 18, 2014

Matthew Gallagher, president and CEO of the Goldseker Foundation, will speak at a dedication ceremony for the new home for the University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy, on April 10. The center's new location, in a UB-owned building at 5 W. Chase St., serves as a central hub for its activities in supporting effective government and policy analysis.

UB Students Featured in Baltimore Sun as 'Financial Olympians'

UB Students Featured in Baltimore Sun as 'Financial Olympians'

March 18, 2014

The Baltimore Sun featured a group of University of Baltimore students who are competing in an international contest for financial analysts.

UB Prof. Patria de Lancer Julnes Co-Authors Paper Called One of History's Most Influential by Public Administration Review

UB Prof. Patria de Lancer Julnes Co-Authors Paper Called One of History's Most Influential by Public Administration Review

March 18, 2014

A paper co-authored by Patria de Lancer Julnes, professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Public and International Affairs and an expert in effective government, has been declared one of the most influential in the 75-year-history of Public Administration Review, a professional journal dedicated to advancing theory and practice in public administration.

UB Offers Tuition-Free Final Semester to Incoming Freshmen Who Graduate in Four Years

UB Offers Tuition-Free Final Semester to Incoming Freshmen Who Graduate in Four Years

March 18, 2014

Finish4Free, an incentive that provides free tuition in the final semester for students who are on track to graduate in four years, is available now for first-time University of Baltimore freshmen who enter in fall 2014.

UB Students Experience an Alternative Spring Break

UB Students Experience an Alternative Spring Break

March 17, 2014

A group of University of Baltimore students are currently residing in Mullens, W. Va., where they are spending an alternative spring break learning about the connections between rural poverty and nutrition.

Law Professor: Could the Postal Service Become a Bank?

Law Professor: Could the Postal Service Become a Bank?

March 14, 2014

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Cassandra Jones Havard writes that a proposal to allow the U.S. Postal Service to add banking to its service portfolio could help those who are "unbanked" or "underbanked."

Alumnus Author, Professor Featured in Documentary on 'Zombie Culture'

Alumnus Author, Professor Featured in Documentary on 'Zombie Culture'

March 14, 2014

Arnold Blumberg, M.A. ’96, D.C.D. ’04, an author and pop culture specialist who teaches a University of Baltimore course on the impact of zombies on various aspects of American life, is featured in a new film, Doc of the Dead, which debuted at SXSW this week and will be shown on the EPiX channel on Saturday, March 15.

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