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University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
14 minutes
  • UMB faculty & staff: your voice matters!

    We are committed to being one of the best places to work and learn, and we want to hear how we can make it even better.

    Let your voice be heard! Complete our climate survey from by March 18!

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
3 days
  • With these memberships, 110 pre-K, kindergarten, and first-grade students from James McHenry Elementary/Middle School will be able to visit Port Discovery Children's Museum with their families and take part in playful learning opportunities at the museum free of charge.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
3 days
  • For insight on your next move, reach out to those in similar situations, says University of Maryland School of Social Work's Geoffrey Greif. Men's Health

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
3 days
  • UMB faculty & staff: your voice matters!

    As a follow-up to a 2017 survey, UMB is partnering with Gallup to launch a campus climate survey that will run between Feb. 18 and March 18, 2019.

    Your opinions will help make UMB an even better place to work and learn. The survey will be emailed to you directly from Gallup on Feb. 18, so keep an eye on your inbox and let your voice be heard!

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
4 days
  • The 2019 Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs, awarded by the ACPA - College Student Educators International and Diverse: Issues In Higher Education, honors the best places for student affairs practitioners to seek employment by recognizing workplaces that are vibrant, diverse, supportive, and committed to best practices. #WeAreUMB

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
5 days
  • It was a busy day at Paul's Place, Inc. today as faculty, staff, students and alumni from University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) assisted at the West Baltimore nonprofit, volunteering to serve lunch and to help out in the Market Place, where gently-used and new clothing, shoes, and household items are available to guests at no cost. Simultaneously, UMSON students, under the guidance of faculty, alumni and volunteers participated in the weekly public health clinic that has been a critical part of Paul's Place for decades. Here, students shadow RNs to learn about patient care and case management. UMB is extremely proud of its partnership with Paul's Place and is grateful for this avenue of sharing skills, knowledge and resources with the community.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
6 days
  • Join us Tues., March 5 for the latest installment of the President's Panel on Politics and Policy: a conversation with The New York Times White House Correspondent and #Pulitzer Prize winner Maggie Haberman.

    Space is limited, so register early!
    umaryland.edu/politics-panel/p4-registration/.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • Thanks to everyone who came out to Saturday's town hall meeting to learn about the All of Us Research Project. Two faculty members from the University of Maryland School of Nursing are playing a critical role in this initiative. Read more at the link below.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • UMB Opens at 9am :: The University of Maryland, Baltimore opens at 9am today, Monday, February 11.

    UMshuttle service will also begin on a delayed basis. Here are the start times of the first run for each of the four UMshuttle routes:

    Route 701 - 8:00am
    Route 702 - 7:48am
    Route 703 - 7:59 am
    Route 704 - 7:40am

    Reminder: alerts about UMB closings, delays, or other incidents DO NOT APPLY to either UMMC campus. Nor do they apply to FPI employees. FPI employees should contact their supervisors. Thank you.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • Members of the UMB community gathered in Leadership Hall on Feb. 6 as the University commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and #BlackHistoryMonth. In her keynote address, Angela D. Alsobrooks, JD '96, county executive for Prince George's County, shared the many ways in which King's influence plays a vital role in her life and career and encouraged the audience to "redeem the dream" by keeping King's legacy of peace and justice alive. The event also featured the annual MLK Diversity Recognition Awards, chosen by UMB’s Diversity Advisory Council. Musical selections were provided by Vocally Charged, a performance choir from Green Street Academy, under the direction of Joseph N. Eldridge.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • #StopTheBleed, save a life!

    Stop the Bleed training courses are held monthly at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. The next course is Feb. 13.

    Register today at mdcot.org/training/bleeding-control-basics.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • In the February issue of The President's Message, UMB President Jay Perman shares his column on the President's Panel on Politics and Policy, University of Maryland, Baltimore Police Force Chief Alice Cary reflects on her first six months, and much more: bit.ly/2GxAA9R.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • UMB faculty & staff: 2019 Campus Climate Survey coming soon!

    As a follow-up to a 2017 survey, UMB is launching a confidential campus climate survey that will measure perceptions among segments of the University community on topics such as diversity and inclusion, job satisfaction, and campus environment.

    Your voice matters. Your opinions will help make UMB an even better place to work & learn. The survey will be emailed to you directly from Gallup on Feb. 18, so keep an eye on your inbox and let your voice be heard!

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • On Feb. 5, Carol Vidal, MD, MPH, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine visited UMB for a discussion on community violence and ways to intervene.

    The discussion was part of the UMB President’s Symposium and White Paper Project, an interprofessional initiative that engages faculty, staff, and students from all UMB schools and academic programs in a yearlong conversation on a topic that is of interest and importance to the University and community.

    During the 2018-2019 academic year, we are exploring a phenomenon that is both pervasive and controversial — gun violence.

    Learn more: umaryland.edu/islsi/presidents-initiatives/symposium-and-white-paper-project/.

    Johns Hopkins Medicine

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1 week
  • UMB EMPLOYEES: Want to qualify for UMB’s Live Near Your Work Program? Join GO Northwest Housing Resource Center on Saturday, Feb. 23 for an on-campus home buying workshop that provides information on building credit, choosing a lender, local communities, homeowners' insurance, and more.

    Register today: bit.ly/2RumXyg #LiveNearUMB

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
2 weeks
  • To watch the press briefing at 10:15 this morning, please visit the University of Maryland Medical Center's Twitter: https://twitter.com/UMMC.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
2 weeks
  • Larry S. Gibson, LLB, has filled many roles in a lifetime dedicated to advancing equality, justice, and opportunity for African-Americans: law professor, civil rights attorney, political strategist, author, historian, and deputy attorney general of the United States, just to name a few.

    But there’s another role that hits home at the University of Maryland School of Law, where he teaches: mentor. Gibson founded and organizes the Black Law Alumni Reunion & Symposium, which has been held every five years at Maryland Carey Law since 2003.

    For his efforts in organizing the symposium, as well as his distinguished career of promoting civil rights and social justice, Gibson earned the UMB Diversity Recognition Award as Outstanding UMB Faculty and will be honored at the University’s Martin Luther King, Jr. and #BlackHistoryMonth ceremony Feb. 6.

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
2 weeks
  • February is #BlackHistoryMonth. Join us as we commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and celebrate Black History Month on Feb. 6: umaryland.edu/mlk.

    Learn more about diversity awareness at UMB: umaryland.edu/diversity. #UMBDiversity

University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
2 weeks
  • UMB Chief of Police Alice K. Cary, MS, issued the following letter regarding this morning's shooting at the University of Maryland Medical Center:

    Feb. 4, 2019

    Dear Colleagues:

    I know that many of you are concerned about the incident that occurred this morning outside the University of Maryland Medical Center and I want to be sure that you know the details of what took place.

    Shortly after 7 a.m., an employee of the University of Maryland School of Medicine was shot and seriously injured near the ambulance bays on West Redwood Street just west of Penn Street. He was quickly taken to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center and is still undergoing treatment at this writing.

    When the shooting occurred, two University of Maryland, Baltimore Police Force officers were just across the street, responding to a fire alarm call at Howard Hall. They heard the shots and saw a suspect running west toward Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and gave chase. The officers caught the suspect in the 800 block of Hollins St. and took a handgun from him.

    We believe that this was a targeted attack and that the victim knew the suspect; no other members of the University community were in danger.

    Students who may be affected and are in need of support are urged to speak with their family, peers, and other resources and/or to contact the UMB Student Counseling Center at 410-328-8404 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. from Monday through Friday, or call to receive after-hours support. Faculty and staff can contact the Employee Assistance Program at 667-214-1555 or after hours at 410-241-1488. More information regarding counseling and crisis care resources is available at http://www.umaryland.edu/counseling. Additional resources also are available at http://www.umaryland.edu/counseling/crisis-care-resources.

    While this was an unsettling incident, I assure you that your safety is our top priority and that we remain confident in our abilities to respond to any situation or threat. We are here to serve you.

    Sincerely,

    Alice K. Cary, MS
    UMB Chief of Police

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