About Us

Office of Institutional Advancement

Executive Editor
Kate Crimmins

Assistant Editor
Alli Hedden, M.A. '14

Managing Editor
Paula Novash

Art Direction
Skelton Design

Peter Grundy
Chris Hartlove
Howard Korn
Shae McCoy
Chris Myers

Contributing Writers
Christianna McCausland
Vicki Meade
Lynn Auld Schwartz

Staff Contributors
Emily Brungo
Adam Leatherman
Stacey Marriott, M.A. '11
Tim Paggi, M.F.A. '15 
Erica Wienholt

Editorial Advisors
Anthony Butler, M.A. '02
JJ Chrystal
Danielle Giles
Chris Hart
Michelle Junot, M.F.A. '14
Hope Keller
Adam Leatherman
Catherine Leidemer, M.A. '11
TJ O’Donnell
Monica Queen

University President
Kurt L. Schmoke

Vice President for
Institutional Advancement
Theresa Silanskis, M.P.A. '95

Comments, Suggestions & Inquiries:
Office of Alumni Relations
University of Baltimore
1130 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201-5779

Website: www.ubalt.edu/ubmag

The University of Baltimore Magazine is published by the University of Baltimore Office of Institutional Advancement. The magazine welcomes feedback from readers. Letters received may be published in a future issue of the magazine.

The University of Baltimore is a member of the University System of Maryland.

Mission Statement
The University of Baltimore Magazine is an important means of communication between the University of Baltimore and its diverse community of readers.  The magazine strives to strengthen connections and foster pride between the University and its alumni, supporters, campus partners, and the greater community. The intent of the magazine is to highlight the University’s programs, services, and important role in Baltimore City and beyond, as well as celebrate the achievements of its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and partners.

Content decisions are evaluated on the affirmative answers to the following criteria:

  • Does it demonstrate the impact of UB and its programs?
  • Will it inspire and engage readers?
  • Does it support the University’s recruitment goals?
  • Does it advance the University’s fundraising objectives?
  • Does it complement cultivation and stewardship efforts?