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It's Not Too Early to Think About Next Semester!

It's Not Too Early to Think About Next Semester!

October 9, 2014

It's not too early to register for your classes for this winter and next spring. Check out the Academic Calendar for all of the important dates!

UB Students, Faculty Spend a Year Working on Issues of Homelessness

UB Students, Faculty Spend a Year Working on Issues of Homelessness

October 8, 2014

Starting this fall and continuing through the spring 2015 semester, University of Baltimore students and faculty will focus on the root causes of homelessness in Baltimore, combining coursework, applied research and hands-on service to better understand this long-standing problem that impacts thousands of people - from those on the street to the policymakers, health care providers, social workers and activists who work on these issues each day.

Honors Learning Community Presents Poet Mahogany L. Browne, Oct. 9

Honors Learning Community Presents Poet Mahogany L. Browne, Oct. 9

October 7, 2014

The University of Baltimore's Helen P. Denit Honors Program will present a reading and workshop by poet Mahogany L. Browne on Oct. 9. Browne's appearance will focus on performance poetry, and attendees are invited to participate in the workshop following her reading.

Recalling the Beginnings of the AIDS Crisis Through the Play 'Warren,' at UB Oct. 23-26

Recalling the Beginnings of the AIDS Crisis Through the Play 'Warren,' at UB Oct. 23-26

October 6, 2014

Continuing its history of utilizing theater to explore social issues, Spotlight UB will present Warren, American playwright Rebecca Ranson's powerful play about caregiving and grief at the beginning of the AIDS crisis, on Oct. 23-26.

University of Baltimore Named a Lead Institution in Civic Engagement by National Association

University of Baltimore Named a Lead Institution in Civic Engagement by National Association

October 6, 2014

The University of Baltimore has been selected to participate in a national initiative on civic learning and democratic engagement—one of about 100 colleges and universities selected nationwide to be a Lead Institution by NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, the leading voice for the student affairs profession.

UB Welcomes New Faculty in All Four of Its Schools

UB Welcomes New Faculty in All Four of Its Schools

October 3, 2014

Twenty new faculty members have joined the University of Baltimore, teaching in a variety of disciplines in the School of Law, the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, the Merrick School of Business, the College of Public Affairs and Langsdale Library. These new educators will challenge and inspire students in UB's undergraduate, graduate and pre-professional classes.

UB Strengthens Commitment to Freshmen Program with Enhanced Professional, Career-Oriented Focus

UB Strengthens Commitment to Freshmen Program with Enhanced Professional, Career-Oriented Focus

October 1, 2014

The University of Baltimore will continue admitting freshman students as it strengthens the connection between the first-year program and UB's career-oriented focus in business, law, public affairs and the applied liberal arts. In addition, this fall the University launched an integrated "one-stop shop" of advising and student support services based on national best practices that will serve as a distinctive feature of the UB freshman student experience moving forward.

Symposium: Embracing Diversity in the Legal Profession, Oct. 13

Symposium: Embracing Diversity in the Legal Profession, Oct. 13

September 29, 2014

The Baltimore Bar Foundation and the Monumental City Bar Foundation will host their first annual joint symposium, "Race and Gender: Embracing Diversity in the Legal Profession," on Oct. 13 in the University of Baltimore School of Law's John and Frances Law Center.

Irish Themes Showcased in New Student Plays, Oct. 1

Irish Themes Showcased in New Student Plays, Oct. 1

September 26, 2014

Spotlight UB will present Reflections and Echoes: Fairies, Murals, and Sandwiches, a series of staged readings of new student works based on their summer residency in Northern Ireland, on Oct. 1.

Roger Scruton Lectures on 'Elitism,' Sept. 29

Roger Scruton Lectures on 'Elitism,' Sept. 29

September 26, 2014

Internationally renowned philosopher Roger Scruton will present a lecture on "Elitism" on Sept. 29, in an event sponsored by UB's Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics.

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