Jeff Beeson, deputy director of the Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement in the University of Baltimore’s College of Public Affairs, writes in a letter to The Baltimore Sun that the state is making progress in battling Maryland’s opioid addiction and overdose crisis.
In an effort to maintain and exceed our record-making voter engagement, the University of Baltimore has launched a new web page.
First reviews of the new book are highly positive.
The University of Baltimore is listed at #6 among Maryland colleges and universities in a new ranking by the Baltimore Business Journal for alumni earnings.
Court navigators are undergraduate, graduate and law students who have been trained about how the court works and can help an unrepresented person navigate the steps of the court process.
Kimberly Wehle, professor in the University School of Law and a former official in the U.S. Department of Justice, is on a mission.
College Choice—a free, consumer-oriented online resource for helping students in their college search—has ranked the University of Baltimore’s M.S. in Negotiations and Conflict Management eighth nationwide.
At the University of Baltimore, we like to say that our alumni go everywhere, and do everything.
Anais Hibbert, a student in the University of Baltimore’s accounting program in the Merrick School of Business, was one of 103 minority college students to graduate from the 2018 American Institute of CPAs Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop.
The following op-ed from The Daily Record was contributed by Jeff Beeson, deputy director of the Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement in the University of Baltimore’s College of Public Affairs.