The University of Baltimore is one of more than 200 colleges and universities to sign the American Campuses Act on Climate, a White House-led effort to bring together higher education institutions to call for action on emissions reduction and a more sustainable future.
A new survey by the University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center for Public Policy finds that a large majority of Marylanders believe that police are doing a good job of fighting crime in their locale. But for many, this support is tempered by an impression that officers are not treating blacks and other minorities the same as whites.
The University of Baltimore's Ethics Bowl team has qualified for the National Ethics Bowl in Washington, D.C. next February, by finishing in the top five at the Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl this past weekend in Florida. It's the first time a UB team has qualified.
Spotlight UB, the University of Baltimore's live performance series, will continue its history of providing UB students with a space to perform before a campus audience and the surrounding community during its second annual "Baltimore Voices" event on Nov. 17.
The Nov. 16 edition of the University of Baltimore class, "Divided Baltimore: How Did We Get Here? Where Do We Go?," will feature guest lecturers focused on the role of churches and community leaders in Baltimore. The class is free and open to the public.
UB's partnership with CUPS Coffeehouse has been awarded the Campus-Community Partnership Award by Maryland-DC Campus Compact. The award recognizes a partnership that demonstrates an impactful commitment between higher education and the community.
Die, Mr. Darcy, Die!, a new comedy by local Dramatists Guild of America member and playwright John Morogiello, will receive a staged reading on Nov. 12. It's about a young woman who is frustrated by dating and the impossible standards of Jane Austen's classic hero from Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy.
The Nov. 9 edition of UB's "Divided Baltimore" class will invite guest lecturers to examine the role of culture, the arts and social entrepreneurship in addressing the city's issues. The class is free and open to the public.
The University of Baltimore, its College of Public Affairs and the Jacob France Institute in its Merrick School of Business will serve as lead university partner to facilitate a process that articulates Baltimore's strategies and goals in support of sustainable development.