After several cases of police shooting unarmed black men have drawn protests and national scrutiny, the Smithsonian Institution is examining this moment in American history.
Nearly 300 people are scheduled to attend Maryland’s second biannual symposium to help people transition from the correctional system to society.
As the first active division one athlete files a lawsuit against the NCAA over concussions, athletes, lawmakers, doctors and lawyers gathered together Friday in Baltimore to focus on the effects and consequences of concussions in sports.
The 1812 Superbowl comes to Annapolis this week. Top scholars from the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom will converge on the Naval Academy for a four-day symposium on the war.
Chesapeake College will host a symposium on the economic impact of the commercial fishing industry.
Former Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich will deliver the keynote address at the 2013 Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform symposium hosted by the Catholic University Law Review.
Virginia Sen. Jim Webb is joining with historians and scholars for a symposium on the War of 1812 at the National Portrait Gallery next week in Washington.
The U.S. Naval Academy will hold a symposium on the history and future challenges of cybersecurity.
The Library of Congress is celebrating key decisions made 150 years ago that spread access to higher education and knowledge from the wealthy to the masses.
More than 250 people are scheduled to attend Maryland’s first symposium to help people transition from the correctional system to society.
The Maryland Washington Minority Contractors’ Association is holding a business expo and round table symposium.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says Maryland has come a long way in improving homeland security over the last decade, but much remains to be done.