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President's Councils and Initiatives
The Diversity Advisory Council recommends to the UMB president actions that promote the University’s commitment to diversity and inclusion and cultivates an environment in which diversity is a guiding principle in every aspect of UMB’s activities.
UMB’s Office of Community Engagement coordinates the University’s outreach and service programs in West Baltimore. These programs focus on improving health, education, employment, and economic development in nearby neighborhoods and helping residents advocate for stronger communities.
COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS & CULTURE
UMB’s Council for the Arts & Culture enhances the quality of life on campus and in the larger Baltimore community by promoting the use of the University’s public spaces for the visual and performing arts and providing opportunities for the UMB community to experience the arts at partner institutions.
The 2011‒2016 Strategic Plan outlines the University’s five-year goals and tactics in such areas as innovation and entrepreneurship, interprofessionalism, diversity, accountability, and community engagement.
Every 10 years, UMB undergoes a reaffirmation of its accreditation with The Middle States Commission on Higher Education. This comprehensive evaluation strengthens the University and helps sustain the quality and integrity of the education UMB provides.
MPowering the State is a structured alliance between UMB and the University of Maryland, College Park. The partnership catalyzes collaborative academic, research, and outreach programs to advance Maryland’s national leadership in education, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
The UMB CURE Scholars Program prepares promising middle school students in West Baltimore for rewarding careers in health care and research. The scholars participate in hands-on workshops and lab experiences and receive focused mentoring.
The President’s Symposium and White Paper Project is an interprofessional initiative that engages faculty, staff, and students from every UMB school in a yearlong conversation on a topic of importance to the University community.
UMB’s Center for Interprofessional Education prepares health, law, and human services students and faculty to work collaboratively in interprofessional teams in order to improve the care and services delivered to patients and clients.