Critical to its mission and an important part of its engagement with the wider world, the University of Baltimore's centers, institutes and clinics serve a variety of needs.
"In the most fundamental sense, colleges and universities exist to produce knowledge and solve problems. From our teaching and research, to our support of all students as they forge new and exciting careers, the University of Baltimore is contributing to solutions for some of society's most pressing concerns. Given our size and location, UB is making a major impact on the world around us. Our centers—growing, vital, and highly respected—are a great example of our work in the public sphere. I urge everyone to take a look at what they are doing for our city, state and the region. It really is amazing work."
-Kurt L. Schmoke
President of the University of Baltimore
These organizations rely on the talents of UB faculty, students, staff and external partners to conduct research on and offer solutions to some of society's most pressing issues. Several present our students with their first real-life experiences in the careers for which they are preparing, through fellowships, internships and more. All are closely linked to the University's schools and colleges, ensuring that what is taught in the classroom can be linked to what is happening in Baltimore, the mid-Atlantic and beyond.
Following is a list of UB's public-facing centers for knowledge acquisition and problem solving, and, where applicable, the schools with which they are affiliated.
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Center on Applied Feminism (School of Law)
Center for Drug Policy and Prevention (College of Public Affairs)
Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Merrick School of Business)
Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics (Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences)
Center for International and Comparative Law (School of Law)
Center for the Law of Intellectual Property and Technology (School of Law)
Schaefer Center for Public Policy (College of Public Affairs)
Center for Sport and the Law (School of Law)
Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic (School of Law)
Community Development Clinic (School of Law)
Criminal Practice Clinic (School of Law)
Bronfein Family Law Clinic (School of Law)
Human Trafficking Prevention Project (School of Law)
Immigrant Rights Clinic (School of Law)
Innocence Project Clinic (School of Law)
Juvenile Justice Project (School of Law)
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (School of Law)
Mediation Clinic for Families (School of Law)
Mental Health Law Clinic (School of Law)
Pretrial Justice Clinic (School of Law)
The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic (School of Law)
Ampersand Institute for Words & Images (Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences)
Jacob France Institute (Merrick School of Business)