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UB School of Law Reaches U.S. News Top 20 in Clinical Education; Overall Ranking Rises 13 Places

UB School of Law Reaches U.S. News Top 20 in Clinical Education; Overall Ranking Rises 13 Places

March 11, 2015

The University of Baltimore School of Law's clinical and part-time programs earned high marks in U.S. News & World Report's latest survey of law schools. Overall, the law school's ranking climbed 13 spots, up to #122 from #135 last year.

Aspen String Trio Performs Classical Dance Music, March 10

Aspen String Trio Performs Classical Dance Music, March 10

March 10, 2015

The Aspen Spring Trio will present its fifth consecutive ensemble-in-residency at the University of Baltimore on March 10, in a Spotlight UB performance of curated music, "Shall We Dance?"

Criminal Justice Professor and Law School Assistant Dean Among 13 from UB on Daily Record's 'Top 100 Women' List

Criminal Justice Professor and Law School Assistant Dean Among 13 from UB on Daily Record's 'Top 100 Women' List

March 10, 2015

The Daily Record has named 13 members of the University of Baltimore community to its 2015 list of "Maryland's Top 100 Women," including Jill Green, J.D. '94, assistant dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law, and Renita Seabrook, assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice within the College of Public Affairs. In addition, 11 UB alumnae are included in this year's list.

Author Michael Chabon Visits UB, April 22

Author Michael Chabon Visits UB, April 22

March 9, 2015

Michael Chabon, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, A Model World, Wonder Boys, the Pultizer Prize-winning The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, and several other works of critically acclaimed fiction and non-fiction, will present a reading at the University of Baltimore on April 22 as part of the University's M.F.A. Reading Series.

Law Professor: State's Foster Care System is Vulnerable

Law Professor: State's Foster Care System is Vulnerable

March 4, 2015

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Daniel Hatcher says Maryland's foster care system is facing a critical shortage of resources, to the point where agencies are claiming monies that are owed to children in the system.

Business Professor: Some Local Job Losses Due to OneMain Buyout

Business Professor: Some Local Job Losses Due to OneMain Buyout

March 4, 2015

The announced selling of local financial services firm OneMain Financial Holdings will likely mean some job losses in the area, according to the University of Baltimore's Steve Isberg, associate professor in the Merrick School of Business. But the sale is simply part of a growing trend of automation in the financial services industry, he tells The Baltimore Sun, and a standard move to grow market share in a competitive field.

Traced-Monotype Artist Amy Richardson's Works on Display in UB Gallery

Traced-Monotype Artist Amy Richardson's Works on Display in UB Gallery

March 4, 2015

Works by artist Amy Richardson, who uses the traced-monotype process to create, dislocate, mutate, splice, and recombine images from the natural world to form entirely new environments that exist beyond the boundaries of nature, are now on display in the University of Baltimore's Student Center Gallery.

UB Professor Receives Google Faculty Research Award

UB Professor Receives Google Faculty Research Award

March 2, 2015

Greg Walsh, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's Division of Science, Information Arts and Technologies in the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, is the recipient of a 2015 Google Faculty Research Award for his proposal, "Online Kidsteam: Enabling geographically distributed children to participate in technology design."

Yeats Classic Staged at UB, March 26

Yeats Classic Staged at UB, March 26

February 27, 2015

A dramatized staged reading of the classic William Butler Yeats play, Purgatory, entirely performed and directed by UB community members, will take place on March 26.

UB Student Nominated by Gov. Hogan to Serve as Student Regent

UB Student Nominated by Gov. Hogan to Serve as Student Regent

February 26, 2015

Sydney Comitz, a senior in the Merrick School of Business, an early-entry student in the University of Baltimore School of Law and president of the UB Student Government Association, has been nominated by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to serve as student representative to the University System of Maryland Board of Regents.

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