The CEO and co-founder of Oculus VR is giving the University of Maryland $31 million — the largest gift in university history — to construct a computer science building.
Georgetown University has received a $10 million gift for a new center aimed at fostering innovation among students who want to build skills and organizations to solve society’s problems.
Some Catholic educators are protesting Catholic University of America’s recent acceptance of a $1 million donation from the Charles Koch Foundation, which is affiliated with the libertarian Koch brothers.
Loyola University Maryland is receiving a $1.75 million gift to form a new program in peace and justice studies.
She’s only 10 years old but what she’s doing to help sick children in Baltimore is amazing.
Philanthropist David Rubenstein is giving $10 million to George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate in northern Virginia to build a library for the president’s books and papers.
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The holidays are a good time for wine enthusiasts. You can never get enough corkscrews, there’s that book you’ve always wanted, and you can only hope someone will buy you an expensive bottle of wine you wouldn’t buy yourself.
The holiday season has arrived and with it the efforts to find the perfect gifts for loved ones. As the hunt for gifts gets going, so does the dread of returning the thoughtful presents that are just not the right fit. Follow these tips to get through the season of returns.
The Smithsonian is launching a new initiative to study coastal waters and create the first global network monitoring climate change and human impacts on ocean life with a $10 million gift.
An energy businessman is donating a record $35 million to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History to build a new dinosaur hall on the National Mall, the museum complex announced Thursday.
Supporting the men and women of the sea is the mission of the Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center.