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A UB Foundation Fund for Excellence grant enables UB students to impact Baltimore City neighborhoods.
Are you the first in your family to attend UB? Or, did you follow in someone's footsteps?
Sheldon, J.D. '88, and Laura Margulies, J.D. '88, help law students by paying it forward.
Take a stroll down memory lane at Little Caesar's.
Takia Ross, B.A. '11, inspires others to embrace beauty and business.
Tamika L. Tremaglio, MBA '95, strives to amaze in a rapidly changing workplace.
Welcome new bees to the hive.
Find out what your fellow alumni are up to.
Eugene R. "Gene" Klompus, J.D. '67, enjoys a well-deserved honor flight.
A friendship flourishes at UB.
UB's Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement aims to positively impact drug addiction.
UB law students advocate for veterans.
Business scholars unite forces to boost startup businesses in Africa.
Alexis Ramdass, B.S. '17, pursues path at U.S. State Department.
Baltimore Ships sail into the classroom through virtual reality technology.
The BeeLine program streamlines UB's application process for a growing number of students.
A review of UB's Campus Pantry results one year later.
Three UB professors receive highest honor by the Board of Regents.
Langsdale Library's Special Collections houses a treasure trove of archival materials.
UB students navigate complex legal processes to help unrepresented tenants.
Notable numbers we are proud to share.
DC-area students make it to UB classes in 20 minutes or less.
Professor Ivan Sascha Sheehan zeroes in on conflict both at home and abroad.
UB president Kurt L. Schmoke highlights community impact.
UB celebrates the 36th year for Baltimore's Artscape festival.
Learn more about the evolution of the library's archival material.
UB Navigators describe some of what they are learning and experiencing in the program.
Take a look inside "Pretty Mobile Baltimore"
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