Five law students have been appointed as Legal Writing Fellows for the University of Baltimore School of Law's Legal Writing Center for the 2017-18 academic year. They will help their fellow law students navigate the many writing assignments that come with law school.
The University of Baltimore is part of a leading-edge movement among educational institutions to strengthen student success - measurable learning outcomes, steady progression to graduation, consistent, reliable tools to meet student needs for academic support - and is integrating this evolved thinking into courses that cut across the whole of the institution.
The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business is introducing three new MBA specializations this fall, each designed to give students a leg up in "future-proofing" their careers in some of the strongest industries with significant hiring opportunities for fresh talent.
Kenneth Lasson, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes in a Baltimore Sun op-ed that UB's invitation to have U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speak at Commencement is in keeping with the understanding that "universities should countenance different, even controversial, points of view."
Jalynn Harris and Kim Uslin, both students in the University of Baltimore's M.F.A. in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts program, are the recipients of this year's Klein Fellowship in Creative Writing and Social Justice.
In an interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education, University of Baltimore President Kurt L. Schmoke talks about his reasons for inviting U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to deliver a keynote address at UB's Commencement this coming December.
Are you an entrepreneur? Have you dreamed of starting your own company? Attend the University of Baltimore's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation's Startup Maryland Day on Sept. 26 and pitch your best ideas for new businesses to some of the state's most successful business leaders.
Elizabeth Keyes, associate professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and director of the school's Immigrant Rights Clinic, writes in The Baltimore Sun that the drawing down of the DACA program should prompt Congress to craft a legislative solution to the nation's pressing problems with immigration.