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"My professional work life and personal experience with family challenges have motivated me to pursue a career in social work. The Mimi Gibbs Piper Scholarship supports my ultimate goal to be an advocate for children and to encourage them to capitalize on their strengths in order to achieve their dreams."
Sonia Sherlekar, School of Social Work Class of 2020
Spotlight illustrates the leadership and excellence that distinguish UMB, and demonstrates how these qualities benefit our 6,500 students and the many more thousands of people we serve each year in the state, in the region, and beyond.
The UMB Police Athletic/Activities League (PAL) provides an opportunity for elementary and middle school students to improve their self-esteem, academic performance, and social skills, while building a foundation of trust with local police officers.
Through a recent $212,171 grant from CareFirst, the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s opioid treatment experts, Eric Weintraub, MD, and Christopher Welsh, MD, are opening access to treatment for substance use disorder to patients living in rural Maryland.
To Ronald M. Chaput, DDS ’69, making a $50,000 gift to the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in honor of his 50th reunion felt like the right thing to do.
The $750 million Catalyst Campaign has generated over $476 million in gifts and commitments, 63 percent of the goal. Campaign priorities include student scholarships, faculty excellence, clinical programs, and community engagement.
Honoring a Leader in Legal Education: The Larry S. Gibson Professorship at the Maryland Carey School of Law
Professor Larry S. Gibson, LLB, joined the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law faculty in 1974. Forty-five years later, it is hard to imagine Maryland Carey Law without him.
The University of Maryland School of Nursing, nationally recognized as a pioneer in the use of clinical simulation in nursing education, recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of its state-of-the-art facility, the acclaimed Debra L. Spunt Clinical Simulation Labs.