Interviewed on NPR, University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Kimberly Wehle says she considers the settled-law status of Roe V. Wade to be inviolate—but a Supreme Court with a strong conservative majority could “tinker” with its precedent until abortion law is increasingly unrecognizable to most Americans.
The University of Baltimore's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is joining other city sites to host a cohort of the Bet on Baltimore program, which supports high school students interested in entrepreneurship.
Three University of Baltimore scholars are sharing in a national award for a collaboratve project to create the GEOLOOM co>map, an online, interactive map of Baltimore City featuring arts and culture information. The Association of Public Data Users has given the project its 2018 APDU Data Viz Award, in the category of Research and Students.
The University of Baltimore School of Law was well represented at the Maryland State Bar Association's 2018 Pro Bono Service Awards, part of the MSBA's annual meeting held in Ocean City, Md. on June 14.
Data Day - co-sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance, an organization housed within the Jacob France Institute at the University of Baltimore - is set for July 13. This year's opening session, "Workforce Transportation: Challenges and Opportunities," will feature keynote speaker Robert Puentes, president and CEO of the Eno Center for Transportation.
The University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy and Enterprise Community Partners hosted the third annual graduation ceremony for the Baltimore Faith-Based Development Certificate Program on June 22. Six houses of worship completed the real-estate development certification this year.
After 12 years, the final performance offered by the University of Baltimore's Spotlight UB series will take place on June 28. It will be an evening of free-form offerings, including storytelling and music.
In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, Nickole Miller, a clinical teaching fellow for the Immigrant Rights Clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes that any policy that leads to detaining children at the border - especially if that detention does not have a clear endpoint - is harmful, even traumatic.
The University of Baltimore is a recipient of a $15,000 grant to host the NEA Big Read in Baltimore. A national initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, the NEA Big Read "broadens our understanding of our world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book." UB, through its library, will focus on Claudia Rankine's 2014 book of poetry, Citizen: An American Lyric.