At UBalt, this is who we are: Professors, students, alumni—all thinking and doing things that can change the world. Check out our Smart Talks video series and learn more!
Brandee Izqueirdo changed her life. She did some work, focused on her education, and found her calling: to help others. Now, as she brings up four children and works full-time in a field that she is passionate about, she also is going to school at UBalt in the College of Public Affairs. UBalt is her "community for life." We feel the same about you, Brandee: Congratulations on your incredible success.
University of Baltimore student Derick Ebert was named Baltimore's first youth poet laureate in spring 2015 by a panel of city librarians, artists, educators, community advocates and others. Over the course of the year, Ebert is representing the city through his poetry and performances.
MBA student Tatiana Jimenez is learning how important information technology is to any organization—it's much more than spreadsheets and shortcuts.
Aaron Oldenburg, assistant professor in the Division of Science, Information Arts and Technologies in UBalt's Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, explains his sound-based games for mobile devices.
Jan Williams, associate professor in the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, discusses what it takes to be a successful accountant in today's fast-paced business environment. Year in and year out, UBalt alumni lead the majority of the Baltimore area's largest accounting firms.
John T. Willis, executive in residence for the School of Public and International Affairs and director of the undergraduate Government and Public Policy program, talks about the importance of citizen participation in the election process, and his perspective on presidential politics in 2012.