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University Counselors: Attend Program on Challenges of Service Members, Veterans in College, Oct. 31

University Counselors: Attend Program on Challenges of Service Members, Veterans in College, Oct. 31

September 10, 2014

The University of Baltimore and the Center for Deployment Psychology will host a one-day training opportunity for licensed mental health professionals and other staff who work in a college or university setting and who regularly engage with military service members or veterans who are attending school. The credit-eligible program, entitled "Would You Recognize Me If I Weren't in Uniform?," will take place on Oct. 31.

UB Marks Constitution Day with Supreme Court Preview, Sept. 17

UB Marks Constitution Day with Supreme Court Preview, Sept. 17

September 8, 2014

The University of Baltimore will celebrate Constitution Day on Wednesday, Sept. 17 with a preview of key cases that will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in the 2014 term.

Business Professor: 'Technology is a Huge Field, But You Have to Keep Up'

Business Professor: 'Technology is a Huge Field, But You Have to Keep Up'

September 8, 2014

In an interview on WJZ-TV, University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business Professor Danielle Fowler says that technology holds career promises for all kinds of students - but they must stay on top of the latest developments in order to succeed.

Schaefer Center's Certified Public Manager Program Hosts Information Sessions for Nonprofit, Public Sector Leaders

Schaefer Center's Certified Public Manager Program Hosts Information Sessions for Nonprofit, Public Sector Leaders

September 4, 2014

The Maryland Certified Public Manager Program, administered by the University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy, will host a series of information sessions for public sector and nonprofit managers who are interested in strengthening their management skills and exploring new ways of improving their organizations.

'Moral Response to the Israeli Palestinian Conflict,' Sept. 4

'Moral Response to the Israeli Palestinian Conflict,' Sept. 4

September 3, 2014

Faheem Younus, the Baltimore president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA and a senior fellow at the University of Baltimore's Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics, will present a discussion, "A Moral Response to the Israeli Palestinian Conflict," on Sept. 4.

Professor's Book Examines Photos of Women in France During World War I

Professor's Book Examines Photos of Women in France During World War I

September 2, 2014

Nicole Hudgins, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences and director of its undergraduate history program, has shed light on the role of women in France during World War I with her new book, Hold Still, Madame: Wartime Gender and the Photography of Women in France during the Great War. The book, which combines text and period photographs, investigates the various ways that women were portrayed throughout the conflict.

Law Professor: Federal Subpoenas in Md. Health Exchange Case May Signal Something 'Serious'

Law Professor: Federal Subpoenas in Md. Health Exchange Case May Signal Something 'Serious'

August 27, 2014

In an interview in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer says that newly announced federal subpoenas in the ongoing investigation of the Maryland health exchange may signal that a "serious" problem has been uncovered by investigators.

Eubie Goes for Sports

Eubie Goes for Sports

August 27, 2014

This fall, look for an updated brand identity for the University of Baltimore's competitive sports program. The updated identity provides a fresh look for Eubie the UB Bee, the University’s mascot, and it sets the visual direction for the University of Baltimore Bees for years to come.

Spotlight UB's 2014 Fall Season a Mix of Music and Theater

Spotlight UB's 2014 Fall Season a Mix of Music and Theater

August 26, 2014

The University of Baltimore announces its fall Spotlight UB series, featuring an eclectic mix of arts and entertainment that spans music from classical to video games, and plays that encompass Irish themes to theatrical stories from the dawn of the AIDS crisis.

International Affairs Professor: U.S. Must Keep an Eye on Iran

International Affairs Professor: U.S. Must Keep an Eye on Iran

August 22, 2014

Ivan Sascha Sheehan, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Public and International Affairs, delivers advice to the White House in both The Hill and Bloomberg TV regarding a way forward in the Middle East.

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