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Cyber Discovery Camp Seeks 21st Century 'Cyber Citizens'

Cyber Discovery Camp Seeks 21st Century 'Cyber Citizens'

June 16, 2015

Now through June 20, teams from 10 local high schools are learning to be "21st century cyber citizens"—people well-versed in the challenges and opportunities of life in a high-technology environment.

Law Professor: For the Poor, Family Law is Like Debt Collection

Law Professor: For the Poor, Family Law is Like Debt Collection

June 16, 2015

Jane C. Murphy, professor and co-director of the Mediation Clinic for Families in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes in The Baltimore Sun that low-income families have little choice when it comes to the myriad decisions associated with divorce.

UB/Towson MBA Advertising Earns National CASE Award

UB/Towson MBA Advertising Earns National CASE Award

June 15, 2015

The advertising campaign for the UB/Towson MBA earned a Silver award in the international 2015 Circle of Excellence Awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

Criminology Professor: Officer Breaking Up Texas Party 'Got It Wrong'

Criminology Professor: Officer Breaking Up Texas Party 'Got It Wrong'

June 11, 2015

The Washington Post asked Prof. Jeffrey Ian Ross from the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice to analyze the actions of a Texas police officer who was videotaped while breaking up a group of teenagers at a party.

Major Academic Building Named for Former UB President H. Mebane Turner

Major Academic Building Named for Former UB President H. Mebane Turner

June 11, 2015

The University of Baltimore unveiled a new name for a major academic building in honor of former UB President H. Mebane Turner.

Criminology Professor: Prisoners, Corrections Officials Have Close Relationships

Criminology Professor: Prisoners, Corrections Officials Have Close Relationships

June 10, 2015

Interviewed on MSNBC, Professor Jeffrey Ian Ross from the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice says that prison officials and inmates, like those in the upstate New York prison where two convicts recently escaped, often have close relationships.

UB's Vice President for Student Affairs, Shelia Burkhalter, Receives NASPA's Region II Fred Turner Award

UB's Vice President for Student Affairs, Shelia Burkhalter, Receives NASPA's Region II Fred Turner Award

June 10, 2015

Shelia Higgs Burkhalter, vice president for Student Affairs at the University of Baltimore, received the 2015 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Region II Fred Turner Award for Outstanding Service. The award was presented to Burkhalter on June 9 during NASPA's Region II Conference at The George Washington University.

Five Professors Named 2015-16 Fellows for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Five Professors Named 2015-16 Fellows for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

June 10, 2015

The University of Baltimore's Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching, and Technology announced that five UB professors will be 2015-16 Fellows for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. The group will spend the upcoming academic year in an applied research project to investigate the influence of experiential learning on students' ability to understand core concepts in a particular discipline.

UB, Coppin Collaborate on STEM Opportunities for Students and Faculty

UB, Coppin Collaborate on STEM Opportunities for Students and Faculty

June 5, 2015

The University of Baltimore and Coppin State University are partnering to bring together students and faculty from their respective institutions into a "STEM-rich" environment, where opportunities to teach and learn, grow new and established academic programs, and inspire new job paths for graduates will have a significant impact on Baltimore and beyond.

Merrick Officials: Betamore Offers Essential Services for Start-Up Companies

Merrick Officials: Betamore Offers Essential Services for Start-Up Companies

June 4, 2015

Officials from the Merrick School of Business are praising the growth of Betamore, a Baltimore-based business incubator and training center, which recently acquired nonprofit status.

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