Roberto Cavazos, a lecturer and executive in residence in The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, tells the Zenga digital wire service that there is a growing awareness among some of the world's largest companies that fraud is running rampant in digital advertising.
All University of Baltimore students are invited by UBalt's Career and Internship Center to join the Maryland Career Consortium's 2021 Virtual MCC Career Fair, set for June 8. The MCC Career Fair will host more than 70 employers across Maryland from various industries, including the government, private, and non-profit sectors.
Inspired Discoveries is where University of Baltimore undergraduates shine. For the past 10 years, this gathering has been the premier event for student research and creative work at UBalt. Join in for the live celebration of short video presentations showcasing the amazing work being done by our best and brightest students on May 7.
Ernesto Villaseñor, a Rising 2L in The University of Baltimore School of Law, will serve as the Delegate for Diversity and Inclusion on the American Bar Association Law Student Division 2021-22 Council.
A large collection of vintage video materials from Baltimore television station WMAR will be preserved and made accessible, thanks to a Council on Library and Information Resources grant to The University of Baltimore's Bogomolny Library. The UBalt effort - a 12-month project titled "Preserving and Providing Access to Baltimore Television News Station (WMAR), 1980-1985" - will be led by the Special Collections and Archives department at the library.
David Lingelbach, associate professor of entrepreneurship in The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, has received a Fulbright Specialist Award to work on a project at Universidad Nacional de Colombia.
In a conversation with University of Maryland, Baltimore President Bruce E. Jarrell, University of Baltimore President Kurt L. Schmoke says that encouragement is an ideal way to ensure that people, from an early age, are able to reach their potential in life.
"A tapestry of happenings": That's how the 2021 graduating class of The University of Baltimore's MFA in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts program describes its annual thesis reading and book launch party, to be held on May 8.
Ivan Sascha Sheehan, associate professor and executive director of the University of Baltimore's School of Public and International Affairs, writes in The National Interest that President Biden's strategy for Russia must be driven by a long-term view.
Thirteen students from The University of Baltimore School of Law will work for public interest organizations in fellowship roles this summer, according to The University of Baltimore Students for Public Interest (USBPI) program.