Alissa Gulin//Daily Record Business Writer//January 16, 2015
//Daily Record Business Writer
//January 16, 2015
Martin O’Malley is the newest addition to the Johns Hopkins University faculty.
The outgoing Maryland governor and former mayor of Baltimore city will join Hopkins’ Carey Business School on Feb. 2 as a visiting professor teaching topics on government, business and urban issues.
Specifically, he will focus on issues such as leadership, infrastructure, entrepreneurship and ethics, Hopkins officials said in a news release.
“I am honored to join Johns Hopkins University, a world-class institution that has done so much for Baltimore and Maryland,” O’Malley said in a statement.
O’Malley will also participate in the university’s “21st Century Cities Initiative,” which involves faculty members from multiple disciplines who propose solutions to issues that affect cities, such as economic growth, violence and education.
“The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is training students to be both business leaders and exemplary citizens who will improve society and increase value for all stakeholders,” Dean Bernie Ferrari said in a statement.
“Gov. O’Malley’s wealth of experience and leadership will be a welcome addition to our faculty and in the classroom,” Ferrari said. “We are delighted to have him.”
O’Malley’s term as governor concludes on Jan. 21.s