Dick Edell, former University of Baltimore lacrosse coach and a National Lacrosse Hall of Famer, passed away early Wednesday morning. Edell coached UB's Division II lacrosse team for four seasons, all of which ended with a NCAA bid.
Natalie Ram, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and a specialist in bioethical issues, is weighing in on the use of a public, online DNA repository to help catch a high-profile killer. National media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio, have asked for Ram's views on the law enforcement techniques used to build a case against the so-called "Golden State Killer."
Sally D. Farley, associate professor in the Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences in the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences and director of the undergraduate psychology program, is the recipient of the 2018 President’s Faculty Award.
The University of Baltimore will host "Baltimore Standing Together: A Town Hall on Opioids," the second in a series of public events covering some of the most important issues facing the city, on May 8.
Thirty years after he proposed a new approach to the nation's drug problems - during a national speech he gave as Baltimore's mayor - University of Baltimore President Kurt L. Schmoke is talking about those remarkably different times in light of the ongoing movement to reform drug laws and bring to a close the "Just Say No" era.
A feature article in JMORE cites the career-spanning work of University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Michael I. Meyerson as an advocate for minority law students and a strong proponent of a level playing field in all aspects of the legal profession.
The University of Baltimore's Center for Digital Communication, Commerce and Culture welcomes Su Chao, a doctoral candidate in management studies and engineering from Dalian University of Technology in China, as its newest research fellow.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The University of Baltimore community is invited to make a statement about the misconceptions surrounding sexual assault by wearing denim on April 25. Those who participate can check in at the Student Center Lobby for a special token of appreciation and giveaways.