The University of Baltimore's nationally ranked online MBA program has added four specializations in order to accommodate growing market demand: Data Analytics, Leadership and Management Development, Managing Financial Performance, and Marketing.
Kristie Evans, B.A. '02, a licensed therapist with the Chesapeake Mental Health Collaborative, combined her love of language and communications, her skills with horses and her abilities in therapy to launch a successful career. Her time as an undergraduate at the University of Baltimore were "highly influential," she says.
Llatetra Brown Esters, former senior director of athletics and student conduct and a deputy Title IX coordinator at Howard Community College, has been named Dean of Students at the University of Baltimore. In this role, Esters will oversee the various functions of the Office of Community Life at UB.
Quoted by Bloomberg News, Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, predicts that Democrats will sue to try to stop President Trump's declaration of a national emergency over funding for a southern border wall. Tiefer says that future government-funding bills may specifically forbid such appropriations.
Alan Tsao, B.S. '11, founder and owner of Tsao Baltimore, a maker of luxury watches, all designed by Tsao and assembled locally, successfully launched a Kickstarter campaign to generate sales for his second product line. With well over $100,000 in pre-order sales, Tsao will introduce the line, known as the Torsk-Diver, in a limited run of less than 900 copies later this year.
The University of Baltimore's M.F.A. in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts Reading Series will host Laura van den Berg in a reading and booksigning for her celebrated new novel, The Third Hotel, on Feb. 26.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will deliver the keynote address for the University of Baltimore School of Law Commencement on May 13 at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric in Baltimore.
The University of Baltimore GameLab and the Maryland Historical Society are partnering to present a virtual reality exhibition of some of Maryland's most famous ships as the MHS Free Family Second Sunday Drop In continues on Feb. 10.
Daphne Muse, a veteran of the civil rights movement and a nationally recognized collector of black history, life and culture, will speak on her acclaimed collection of correspondence spanning 1898 to 2019, on Feb. 25.