Avocado tree pollination still mystery to scientists
K-8 shuffle might not be cure-all for schools
N.C. beaches yield their secrets a grain at a time Military program mapsthe shifting sands of Atlantic coast
A preserve for vanishing moderates Divinity school at Wake Forest will train Baptist pastors
Teaching the business of medicine Informatics: Johns Hopkins is among several schools across the nation teaching medical professionals the administrative side of medicine. The programs can let doctors add an MBA to their clinical credentials.
Hopkins school receives big gift Anonymous alumnus' $15 million donation is med school's largest
Race? It's a myth, scientists say Biological, genetic research undercuts the idea, experts insist
'Keeper of the checkbook' Campaign treasurer for governor 'definitely 'not a political junkie'
Labor leaders and intellectuals mending fences Common worries, interests overcome 3-decade rift
UM business school rises to 20th nationally
Sabelhaus exits Fla., looks at Maryland Gators grant release; QB starts shopping
Lightning bugs' parting signal Fireflies: This year's bumper crop notwithstanding, populations overall seem to be diminishing.
Terps may lose tailback recruit Brown close to deal with baseball's Royals
George N. Webb, 76, assistant professorGeorge N....
What Theresa Andrews has now is far more precious than gold
The dance of the firefly
GOLD IS THE GOAL Baltimore swimmers Beth Botsford and Whitney Metzler are hoping to blow the competition out of the water at the Olympic Games next month
Gold's only half story for Johnson, Reynolds One wants 400 mark, other wants respect
UM notes progress since '86 tragedy University president says death of Bias 'accelerated' changes
Gold mines sprouting in labs Test-tube discoveries benefit the university, the industry and society; Stanford harvests millions; A dentistry team has put UM on verge of a lucrative deal
Splitting hairs in probing the death of Jesse James
Brody sees new era ahead for Hopkins President-designate says school may need to revamp strategies
Hopkins to name president Ex-department head Dr. William R. Brody to return from Minn.; 'Guy for all seasons'; Health care expertise of new leader noted by school's trustees
Hopkins eyes new president candidate Brody, physician and entrepreneur, works in Minnesota
Bills foster researchers' business ties They could become paid consultants, officers more easily; Boost to economy touted; Ethics guidelines would be relaxed in UM System
New positionsUrner, Richards promoted at Kiddie AcademyKiddie...
Troubling conflict stalls Hopkins' search New president must try to maintain prestige amid shrinking dollars
Military man now marches for education New carrer: Retired lieutenant colonel now teaches at Baltimore school and finds it's 'the greatest feeling in the world.'
Thief cutting rare book at Peabody was let go FBI seeks man linked later to similar acts at 8 university libraries
U. of Fla. head passes on Hopkins Lombardi withdraws from consideration as university president; No full explanation given; Trustees chairman not enthusiastic about rest of 'short list'
Hopkins set to offer presidency But trustees delay bid until Florida president settles conflict at home; 'All situations are fluid'; Lombardi to decide in next few days if he wants to stay put
Hopkins considers educator from Fla. Former JHU provost emerges as contender for president's post
Dundalk Community College gets leader Illinois administrator taking $89,000 job amid talk of tuition increases
H. William Pipkin, 61, associate dean at...
Students to vote on honor code for University of Florida Earlier pledge not to cheat was dropped decades ago
S. Carroll High adds several faculty members
Arnold writer of historical fiction turns her attention to Maryland in latest book
1995 ALL-CITY/COUNTY BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Scientists say sea-monster legend is all washed up
Shuttle astronaut works for contractor, not NASA
3 wrestlers injure necks during recent matches
Composer writes piece for middle school band
Douglass' Nash to retire this spring
Courting memories of Navy basketball
University of Md. breaks ground, picks Yow to run athletic department
THE HUNT FOR THE MAN WITH THE HAMMER Bridget Phillips' killer left a puzzle that night in 1989
Turnover of Nazi files to Germany stirs fear
Proof on AIDS dentist inconclusive, doctor says
1994 ALL-HOWARD COUNTY TRACK & FIELD TEAM
A goal-oriented Hammond High class now turns its thoughts to the future 1994 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATIONS