The American Enterprise Institute and UB's School of Criminal Justice in the College of Public Affairs will host a conference on increasing opportunity and reducing recidivism for returned citizens in Maryland and beyond on Dec. 8.
The winners of the University of Baltimore's 2016 Attman Competitive Business Prize event - including the grand prize recipient, Robin Holmes, B.S. '12, and her Deddle's Mini Donuts food truck business - have been announced. Congratulations to all of our finalists!
The Moot Court team from the University of Baltimore School of Law scored a second-place finish in this month's Regional III round and now advances to the national competition, to be held in New York early next year. UB's two-person team bested all but one other team in the nine-school competition.
Leo Horrigan, an expert on sustainable agriculture, will be the next guest speaker at the University of Baltimore's "Divided Baltimore" class on Nov. 28. Horrigan will give a presentation on food and sustainability followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience.
The University of Baltimore and Baltimore City Community College are entering into a new partnership and articulation agreement to ensure that BCCC students will be able to transfer seamlessly to UB. The institutions formally announced the agreement at a signing ceremony on Nov. 21.
There is still time for Baltimore-area faith-based groups to register to be part of the second cohort of the Faith-Based Development Certificate Program, a collaboration between the University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy and Enterprise Community Partners.
Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells McClatchy DC that the new administration can undo some of its predecessors' work quickly - but other goals will take years of coalition building to achieve.
Wilson H. Elkins Professor Lyle Denniston and University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich will present a talk, "The Trump Presidency: What It Means for the Supreme Court," on Nov. 16. The event is free and open to the public.