Baltimore County government is poised to hire a private law firm to help defend itself against a federal class-action lawsuit that claims police failed to properly investigate sexual assaults involving students at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
My first real boss could put a positive spin on anything. She cared about me, and, it turns out, strangers too. She recently launched Hosts for Humanity, an organization that matches volunteer hosts with families whose loved ones are undergoing medical in Baltimore. She's an inspiration.
Universities have a unique role to play in this field of study. For more than 20 years, Congress has essentially barred the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from conducting research on gun violence.
All states should introduce their students to computational thinking and computer science during their K-12 education. They should incorporate computer science as a graduation requirement at the high school level.
University of Maryland, Baltimore is pumping $1.5 million into a program that encourages employees to buy homes in neighborhoods surrounding the institution’s West Baltimore academic and medical campuses.
University of Maryland, Baltimore plans to launch a student innovation center this summer that will bring together the university's existing entrepreneurship resources and aim to expand opportunities for students to be involved in research commercialization alongside staff and faculty.
A pharmacology professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore will no longer conduct research at the school after eight of his articles were retracted from a major scientific journal for inaccuracies.
Maryland lawmakers and health officials Monday proved they are moving ahead with enrolling people in health plans despite threats by president-elect Donald J. Trump to dismantle parts of the Affordable Care Act.
Residents who have suffered physical or psychological abuse by police — an experience more commonly reported in minority communities — are statistically more likely to suffer from depression or distress, according to a new University of Maryland, Baltimore study.
Today, the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore will unveil a bold vision for Cole Field House in College Park that holds significant promise for victims of brain trauma who struggle with recovery. Cole Field House will be home to the Center for Sports Medicine, Health and Human Performance, which will integrate research, innovation and athletics and bring together leading researchers in neuroscience, genomics, biomechanics and other fields engaged in
Cole Field House, the storied basketball arena at The University of Maryland, hosted hundreds of games during its half century as home to Terrapin hoops. Now it will house a state-of-the-art new center dedicated to cutting-edge research into concussions and other sports injuries.
Cohen Crolin was one of 26 young scholars given a pressed lab coat and inducted Saturday into the University of Maryland, Baltimore CURE Scholars Program, which pairs middle school students from West Baltimore with mentors who working health or science fields.
Two of Maryland's largest public universities announced Tuesday they will establish a joint national security academy for students and professionals — part of a broader effort by state officials to lure the FBI's proposed new headquarters to the state.
Every Tuesday, Jay Perman, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, sees about a half-dozen patients in a four-hour session called the President's Clinic. It's a way for the pediatric gastroenterologist to remain hands-on with patients and students despite his busy schedule.
State lawmakers gave final approval Thursday to a bill that more closely aligns the University of Maryland's campuses in College Park and Baltimore, though it's unclear whether the governor will sign the measure into law.
Over the past month, a few observers have weighed in to voice their opposition to the proposed strategic partnership between the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore. As well-intentioned as the opposition may be, their arguments seem to be largely based on unfounded fears of change rather than doing what's best for students, institutions and ultimately, the citizens of Maryland.
As a leader in UMB's graduate student government and a proud alumna of the University of Maryland, College Park, I fully support enhancing the already successful collaboration between our institutions, yet the coercive nature of a bill proposing that the two schools merge is alarming. to both the UMB community and the greater Baltimore community.
A proposal to combine the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore cleared a hurdle Tuesday, though a Senate committee dialed back language that could have ultimately merged the institutions under a single president.
A bill to combine the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore is gathering support, but not everyone backs a provision that could put one president in charge of the two institutions.