As part of Bridges Baltimore—a global gathering of experts from math, art and science that constitutes the world's largest mathematics and art interdisciplinary conference, this year taking place at UB—the public is invited to Bridges Baltimore Family Day, July 31.
In an op-ed in The Jerusalem Post, Kenneth Lasson, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, considers the ways that individual lives—including that of his grandson—are affected by the laws that govern United States foreign policy.
A June 23 open forum at the University of Baltimore, hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus and Democratic Party members of the Joint Economic Committee, raised key questions about what some characterize as a racial and economic rift in American society.
The Congressional Black Caucus and Democratic Party members of the Joint Economic Committee will host a public forum, "The American Dream on Hold: Economic Challenges in the African American Community," on campus June 23.
Jane C. Murphy, professor and co-director of the Mediation Clinic for Families in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes in The Baltimore Sun that low-income families have little choice when it comes to the myriad decisions associated with divorce.
The Washington Post asked Prof. Jeffrey Ian Ross from the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice to analyze the actions of a Texas police officer who was videotaped while breaking up a group of teenagers at a party.
Interviewed on MSNBC, Professor Jeffrey Ian Ross from the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice says that prison officials and inmates, like those in the upstate New York prison where two convicts recently escaped, often have close relationships.