Check out the UB Post’s lead story on UB’s Faculty Author Celebration sponsored by Langsdale and the Office of the Provost.
The Alumni Authors event, originally scheduled for February 10, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 21 from 6-8pm in the Langsdale Auditorium. We have a number of published authors with undergraduate and graduate degrees from UB (probably more than we’ve Continue reading Alumni Author event rescheduled for April 21
If you weren’t paying attention last year, you missed it! In April, 2009; the world’s oldest book jacket was discovered in the Oxford University’s Bodleim Library. The jacket covered Friendship Offering a book published in 1830. Book jackets in the Continue reading You can’t Judge a Book by its Cover but how about by its Book Jacket?
So it’s Spring break, and you didn’t go to Mexico or somewhere with a beach. You should come on into Langsdale and get a head start on those assignments that are due next week, instead of trying to cram it Continue reading Are you here for Spring Break? It’s your Student Liaison
Last week, Langsdale Library, along with the Law Library and Office of the Provost, celebrated the accomplishments of our faculty authors. The event recognized UB faculty who wrote or edited books, and included selections ranging from textbooks to creative writing. Continue reading Faculty Authors Ceremony
Check out this WIRED Magazine article describing how Google, as a company, keeps its search engine so fresh and so relevant. Get an inside look into how Google tweaks and updates their search algorithm. Popular blog BoingBoing has a great Continue reading How Google’s Algorithm Rules the Web
For the past few years, the Millennial generation has been a hot topic on the University of Baltimore campus. Whether you’re a Millennial yourself, or you’re interested in teaching them, here are two fascinating reports: Millennials: A Portrait of Generation Continue reading Millennials and beyond
The Langsdale Library will be open normal hours during all of Spring Break (March 13-21). The only exception is Friday, March 19, 2010, when the entire University of Baltimore will be closed.
The Baltimore Sun has a story on the Baltimore Song mural project led by UB instructors Paul Sturm and Christina Rawls. The mural was installed in Penn Station last Thursday where it is now on display. The project was a Continue reading Baltimore sun recognizes UB/MICA mural project