Jeffrey Ian Ross, professor of criminology in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs, tells The Independent that the rise in Baltimore's rate of violent crime in the days and weeks following the city's unrest is "absolutely tragic."
Every year since the dawn of the new century - and arguably, for many years prior to that, before the statistic was even available - the University of Baltimore has produced the largest number of graduates who go on to top-level positions in the Baltimore region's largest accounting firms. UB alumni outpace their colleagues from other area schools in this endeavor, consistently leading in 10 or more of the 25 largest firms, year over year.
A previously documented link between a company's debtholders and the behavior of the company's accountants in crafting a conservative path regarding the reporting of profits and loss has been further strengthened in research conducted in part by the University of Baltimore's Associate Professor of Accounting Mikhail Pevzner. He co-authored a paper on the topic that was published in the prestigious Journal of Accounting Research.
Jeffrey Ian Ross, professor of criminology in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs, tells WYPR that there are advantages and disadvantages built in to the state's Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights.
Kellye Beathea, a graduating student in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes an op-ed in The Daily Record about her personal and professional growth in assisting veterans through The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic, housed in the law school.
Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes in his Forbes column that the defense authorization bill now in the House of Representatives has created a number of controversies, many involving high geopolitical stakes and long-standing national security policies.
Seema Iyer, director of the Real Estate and Economic Development program in the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business and associate director for the Jacob France Institute, tells the Associated Press that published data about incomes and jobs in Sandtown-Winchester reveal the depths of the neighborhood's problems.
Jeffrey Ian Ross, a professor of criminal justice in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs, tells WYPR that the announcement of a U.S. Department of Justice review of city police practices could result in a number of changes in the way local officers do their jobs.