History Alumna Profiled in the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal

Ms. Natasha Jones (UB class of 2011) gave a shout out to the UB History program in a recent magazine feature about her work in public history.  Jones, a digitization specialist for the Johns Hopkins University’s Sheridan Libraries, hopes to create an online database of information about Baltimore’s public art treasures.  Ultimately, she hopes that locals and visitors alike will be able to use their smartphones to enjoy public-art walking tours, discovering the history behind the murals, statues, monuments, and contemporary installation along the way. We’re always happy to hear from our history alumni, so let us know what you’ve been up to by emailing the program director, Nicole Hudgins, at nhudgins@ubalt.edu.

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