Roger Hartley, dean of the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs, writes in The Hill that Donald Trump's presidential campaign is bound to face harsh criticism from American business for his populist positions.
Ivan Sascha Sheehan, associate professor in UB's
School of Public and International Affairs and an expert in geopolitical affairs, writes in Al Jazeera that the upcoming UB General Assembly is an ideal time to undertake a discussion about human rights issues in Iran.
The Sept. 28 edition of the University of Baltimore class, "Divided Baltimore: How Did We Get Here? Where Do We Go?," will feature three guest lecturers focused on the topic of transportation infrastructure and changing employment opportunities - and how both reflect and reinforce segregation. The class is free and open to the public.
Welter, the University of Baltimore's multi-genre literary journal produced by the Creative Writing & Publishing Arts M.F.A. program in UB's Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, is seeking new works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
The University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy will present a Regional Policy and Economic Forecast Conference for Baltimore on Oct. 6, featuring several high-profile guest speakers in a discussion about Baltimore's economic potential.
The Sept. 21 edition of the University of Baltimore class, "Divided Baltimore: How Did We Get Here? Where Do We Go?," will feature four guest lecturers focused on the economic costs of structural racism. The public is invited to attend.
University of Notre Dame Professor Susan Ohmer, an expert on the power of communication, will discuss the influence of Disney's "princess culture" on American families on Oct. 16, as a guest of the University of Baltimore's Klein Family School of Communications Design.
School of Law Dean Ronald Weich, along with four professors from the school and their guests, will discuss the importance of the U.S. Constitution in the daily lives of Baltimoreans within the context of the Freddie Gray case, as UB celebrates Constitution Day on Sept. 17.
The University of Baltimore's Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics will join the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to host two events exploring ethical themes inherent in music. Both are free and open to the public.