Maryland College President Named As Next System ChancellorThe president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, has been tapped to become the chancellor of the University System of Maryland next summer.
Jay Perman Named University System Of Maryland ChancellorUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore President Jay Perman will become the next University System of Maryland Chancellor once current Chancellor Robert Caret steps down.
Meet Lexi, The University Of Maryland Baltimore Police Department's New Comfort DogLast month, the University of Maryland, Baltimore Police Department became just the third university police department in the country to get a comfort dog.
'Officer' Lexi Welcomed As University Of Maryland Baltimore Police Comfort DogThe University of Maryland Baltimore's police department recently welcomed its first comfort dog "Officer" Lexi.
Baltimore Students To Put On Puppet Show With UMB Police, Nursing StudentsThe students have been meeting every Thursday and Friday to create their puppets and rehearse. The performance is May 3 at the Black Cherry Puppet Theater in Hollins Market. 
'CURE' Scholars Program Changing Trajectory For Some Of Baltimore's Inner City ChildrenHow do you get young people interested in a career in science or medicine when it hasn't been a part of their world?
Former Ravens Player Jamal Lewis Speaks To UM Of Baltimore On Mental Health, 'You're Not Alone'After 3 seasons with the Browns, retirement, and a failed business, Lewis walked an audience at a University of Maryland Baltimore Campus Center Conference through his experience with depression and is now hoping to help others.
Lawsuit: Medical School Ignored Sex Harassment ComplaintsThe University of Maryland, Baltimore, and its School of Medicine is accused of ignoring complaints of sexual harassment.
5 Colleges In Maryland Ranked Best on EarthU.S. News & World Report named 227 American universities among the best in a global ranking. Five of them were from Maryland.
CURE Program Bridges Pathway To Science, Medicine For Baltimore StudentsThe CURE program is aimed at giving new opportunities to the young boys and girls who live in the schools in West Baltimore.
Medical Students Helping Baltimore CommunityFor the 28th year in a row, students from the University of Maryland School of Medicine will provide a Thanksgiving meal for the needy in Baltimore.