December 2022

in the news

January 3, 2023  |  Professor Ram will bring her expertise to ALI’s work of clarifying the law through restatements, principles, and model codes.

in the news

December 27, 2022  |  West Baltimore neighbors develop platonic, intimate connections through experimental storytelling as part of the Sowebo Story Swap.

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December 20, 2022  |  The University of Maryland, Baltimore brings West Baltimore neighbors aboard the Polar Express Experience at the B&O Railroad Museum.

in the news, press release

December 19, 2022  |  The University of Maryland ranked among the top 10 public research universities in the National Science Foundation’s Higher Education Research and Development survey for the third consecutive year.

December 16, 2022  |  The Dec. 15, 2022 edition of “Virtual Face to Face with President Bruce Jarrell” featured a wide-ranging discussion of the Supreme Court’s upcoming rulings involving racial preferences in admissions.

press release

December 16, 2022  |  Conservation Ag Lease Builder is a free resource for farmers in Chesapeake Bay Watershed

press release

December 14, 2022  |  Laura Kozak, MA, is recognized for completing professional development program dedicated to building a better Maryland.

in the news

December 14, 2022  |  UMB partners with the Foundry Church of Baltimore and WJZ to bring the annual Christmas Store to the Community Engagement Center.

December 13, 2022  |  New institute will leverage the School of Medicine's nationally renowned neuroscientists to focus on fundamental discovery, ultimately improving patient care in neurological disorders.

December 9, 2022  |  UMBC President Valerie Sheares Ashby and Salisbury University President Carolyn Ringer Lepre discuss a wide range of issues in UMBrella Speaker Series event.

December 7, 2022  |  Middle school students from Mother Mary Lange Catholic School explore careers in STEM with a visit to the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.

December 2, 2022  |  The brain’s claustrum receives, amplifies, and broadcasts an ‘internet network’ required to complete complex cognitive tasks.

December 2, 2022  |  UMSOP associate professor receives a five-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to research interaction of cadmium with drugs for cancer, HIV treatment.