Weeks of intense research, brainstorming and planning hit a peak this week for the University of Baltimore's Real Estate Fellows, who pitched their proposals for meeting the needs of five Baltimore neighborhoods—Forest Park, Franklin Square, Upton, Liberty Heights and Cherry Hill. The Merrick School of Business's Kaufman Auditorium was filled with engaged community leaders, family, friends, and area real estate investors, all curious to see which pitch would garner the million dollar guidance line of credit from Baltimore Community Lending.
Fraud is laying waste to the world of online advertising and marketing, according to a global economic study led by University of Baltimore Professor Roberto Cavazos for the cybersecurity company CHEQ. Companies are wasting billions on ad results that are not verified and often driven by hackers.
Steve Isberg, associate professor in the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, will serve as a panelist on a webcast focused on the economic impact of global trade wars on June 10. The event, hosted by the Credit Research Foundation and supported by Blakeley LLP, is free and open to the public.
The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business is now accepting applications for its newly launched M.S. in Cybersecurity Management degree, a program designed to meet the needs of security specialists who want to climb the ladder in business, government, defense, and other organizations where data protection and IT systems management are a primary concern.
Mikhail Pevzner, professor and holder of the Ernst & Young Chair in Accounting in the Merrick School of Business, is the recipient of the 2019 President's Faculty Award. This meritorious award is the highest that UB’s president may bestow upon a member of the faculty, and is based on letters of nomination from the deans to a selection committee in the Office of the Provost.