The University of Baltimore will celebrate Native American History Month this November with dance performances, speakers and more. The Diversity and Culture Center, the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs and Campus Recreation and Wellness will collaborate on a day of activities on Nov. 1.
Six finalists have been announced for the Leonard and Phyllis Attman Competitive Business Prize, the culmination of a competition that showcases many of the University of Baltimore community's most talented and driven entrepreneurs.
This month marks the 50th anniversary of Thurgood Marshall's swearing-in as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Marshall, who was born and raised in Baltimore, served on the Court from 1967 to 1991. He was the Court's 96th justice and its first African-American justice. Don't miss two events this week at the University of Baltimore that honor Justice Marshall and feature two films about him.
In an op-ed in The Daily Record, Renita Seabrook, associate professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice, writes that the citizens of Baltimore, including many of her students, are determined to meet local problems with local solutions.
The University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy, in collaboration with Enterprise Community Partners' Mid-Atlantic office, is inviting faith-based groups in the Baltimore area to be part of the third cohort of the Faith-Based Development Certificate Program. An information session for interested organizations will be held on Oct. 30.
The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business Merrick Engages Series continues on Nov. 16 with Bob Luddy, founder of CaptiveAire - a leading maker of commercial kitchen ventilation - in a conversation entitled "Making Entrepreneurship and Innovation Work in the Manufacturing Sector."
Graduates of the University of Baltimore report median annual earnings of $55,100 after 10 years in the job market. With that amount in mind, the Baltimore Business Journal, using data supplied by the U.S. Department of Education's new College Scorecard, places UB fourth in Maryland among all qualifying institutions, public or private.
The University of Baltimore is among four of Maryland's leading universities in developing a plan that applies cutting-edge technologies - such as free public internet, smart street lights and innovative transportation hubs - to improve the lives of residents in West Baltimore.
Thomas M. Nichols, professor of National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval War College and a professor at the Harvard Extension School, will deliver the University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs Dean's Speaker Series lecture. Thomas will explore topics from his latest book, The Death of Expertise, which explores the devaluing of knowledge in America. The event will take place on Oct 16.