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UB’s Fund for Excellence gives UB faculty and staff the ability to innovate in opportunities for teaching and learning.
An alumnus’ $1 million gift funds a dedicated space and two clinics at UB focused on military and veteran needs.
See the full state-by-state breakdown of where your fellow UB Bees call home.
View photos featuring UB alumni at recent University events.
Holly Gray, B.A. ’12, is creating change in a Baltimore neighborhood one cup of coffee at a time.
Alumnus Louis Diggs is one of the most authoritative voices on Baltimore County’s African-American history.
The photo in our last issue generated various takes on a UB alumni event several decades ago.
Rodrigo Figueroa, B.A. ’13, trekked the Peruvian Andes to experience the famed ancient sanctuary of Machu Picchu.
H. Wayne Norman Jr., B.A. ’76, J.D. ’80, served as UB’s unofficial first school “nurse.”
Meet the newest (and smallest) members of the UB family.
Get the scoop on your fellow alumni: Find out where they are and what they’ve been up to.
Kristin Royer, M.F.A. ’13, produced and directed a documentary screened at an international film festival.
Not even outgoing President Robert L. Bogomolny could plan for UB’s surprising transformation during his tenure.
When it comes to transit fare, two alumni are on a roll as Baltimore-area food truck co-owners.
Learn how UB’s success measures up.
UB’s archeologist in residence digs into excavations and testing at a Baltimore landmark undergoing renovations.
Jaime Lee, UB School of Law assistant professor, knows a thing or two about seeking balance in her life.
Making national news, UB offers incoming freshmen free tuition in their final semester if they graduate in four years.
A $1.5 million gift from longtime UB contributors supports the new Klein Family School of Communications Design.
Langsdale Library introduces fraud and game libraries and LGBT archives to its collections.
An ambassador’s writing on an opposition group is UB’s first monograph.
Christine Nielsen helps Filipinas to create sustainable livelihoods.
Who said that? Read on for inspiring, intriguing and engaging quotes heard in and around the UB community.
Kurt L. Schmoke takes the helm as UB’s eighth president in July.
Entrepreneurship Fellow Jesse Alton doesn’t approach his flip flop-producing business casually.
The president’s final letter reflects on the UB community’s dedication, commitment and willingness to embrace change.
Time flies in an image that captures the University of Baltimore campus transitioning from day into night.
Browse an expertly curated collection of photos documenting Baltimore County’s African-American history.
A bit more Bogomolny before he goes: quotes, stats, video and photos.
We dug up additional photos from the UB-led archaeological work at Baltimore’s historic Clifton Mansion last August.
Practicing law, surfing and slacklining: Jaime Lee, assistant professor, can hardly be called a “slacker.”
Student entrepreneur Jesse Alton offers the low-down on his soon-to-be biodegradable flip-flops.
A UB professor offers his own take on the issues surrounding Iran’s nuclear program.
Photos and a video tell the story.
Check out some glowing feedback from UB alumni and students who follow UB’s page on LinkedIn University.
The UB community celebrates its new veterans center.
Hungry for more? Take a peek inside our alumni-owned food trucks.
Go behind the scenes for the hands-on creation of the M.F.A. in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts Plorkology anthology.
We’ve got more insight into the life of UB’s first unofficial school “nurse.”
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