The University of Baltimore is among four of Maryland's leading universities in developing a plan that applies cutting-edge technologies - such as free public internet, smart street lights and innovative transportation hubs - to improve the lives of residents in West Baltimore.
Thomas M. Nichols, professor of National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval War College and a professor at the Harvard Extension School, will deliver the University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs Dean's Speaker Series lecture. Thomas will explore topics from his latest book, The Death of Expertise, which explores the devaluing of knowledge in America. The event will take place on Oct 16.
As part of the 2017-18 Lunch and Learn Series, the University of Baltimore's Nonprofit Management and Community Leadership program will host criminal justice alumna Shanai Dunmore, B.S. '17, for a discussion about her work as Chief Deputy Officer for the Baltimore City Office of the Register of Wills, and how her UB education helped prepare her to work in both the public and private sectors. The event will be held on Oct. 18.
The University of Baltimore will host a panel discussion to highlight Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Oct. 25. A group of academic and public-sector experts will lead an interactive and in-depth discussion aimed at bringing awareness to key issues in domestic violence.
BuzzMail, a newsletter from the University of Baltimore Office of Alumni Relations, shares alumni achievements, events, volunteer efforts, and other UB programming initiatives. This new publication celebrates the positive impact of our alumni and donor community and the student, faculty and staff efforts to strengthen the University.
Interviewed on Maryland Public Television, Heather Pfeifer, associate professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice, says that addressing the psychological trauma experienced by victims and witnesses of a mass shooting must be a priority.
Steve Isberg, professor in the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, will serve as a panelist for a free webcast, "Reevaluating a Customer's Credit Risk: Modern Valuation Models for the Credit Team to Better Predict a Customer's Insolvency Risk or Chapter 11," on Oct. 3.
Henry Mortimer, director of the University of Baltimore's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, will join a panel discussion, "City Genius: Accelerators, Incubators & Innovation Hubs," on Oct. 4 at the Center Club. The event is part of Baltimore Innovation Week 2017.