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Coping with trauma: In Baltimore, barbershops a source of comfort
Posted by: Capital News Service on 2020-07-12
Troy Staton heads a network of barbers and beauticians helping clients cope with trauma in Baltimore in May 2020. He owns New Beginnings barbershop in Baltimore’s Hollins Market neighborhood. (Photo courtesy Troy Staton) In most barbershops, you might find posters that show style trends or magazines stacked on tables. But in New Beginnings barbershop…
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Hopkins researchers give Md. high marks on school resumption plans
Posted by: Ellie Heffernan on 2020-07-10
Johns Hopkins researchers examined all of the states’ and territories’ school reopening plans with an eye toward how they are preparing in 12 critical areas. (DepositPhotos) Maryland is one of 13 states and territories that have the most comprehensive K-12 school reopening plans in the nation, according to researchers from Johns Hopkins University. The…
UM School of Nursing faculty awarded more than $5.4M from NIH for Alzheimer’s research
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-07-10
The University of Maryland School of Nursing’s (UMSON) Susan G. Dorsey, Ph.D., MS, RN, FAAN, a professor and chair of the school’s Department of Pain and Translational Symptom Science; Associate Professor Cynthia Renn, Ph.D., MS, RN, FAAN; and professor Barbara Resnick, Ph.D., RN, CRNP, FAANP, FAAN, the Sonya Ziporkin Gershowitz chair in gerontology and co-director…
Dane Rianhard | TriBridge Partners
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-07-10
Dane Rianhard, a Maryland-based insurance agent, was appointed president of the National Association of Health Underwriters’ Board of Trustees at its 90th Annual Convention and Exhibition, hosted virtually. Rianhard has more than two decades of experience in insurance and benefits planning. He is currently founding principal at TriBridge Partners LLC, a brokerage and consulting firm…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Kirk Sykes | SEED School Maryland
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-07-10
Kirk Sykes was appointed head of SEED School Maryland. Sykes brings more than 20 years of experience in educational leadership to SEED. Throughout his career, he has worked to balance tradition and innovation to benefit his students and their families. He has a proven record of raising student achievement by establishing professional learning communities, direct coaching of principals,…
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UMD Smith School to offer free business education program
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-07-09
To help Marylanders get back into the workforce and prepare for the new economic and business environment, The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business has developed an online business program — free to all residents of the state of Maryland. “Maryland Business: Rebooted” starts July 13 and is designed especially for individuals who have been…
Higher youth positivity rate sparks fears of Md. COVID-19 surge
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2020-07-08
Maryland health officials are concerned about a trend toward higher positivity rates for COVID-19 among younger residents. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez) Maryland could be entering a phase of resurgence of the novel coronavirus as public health officials express concerns about a growing percentage of young adults testing positive for the disease. Maryland has seen a…
Colin Kendall | SC&H Group
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-07-08
SC&H Group, a leading management consulting, audit and tax firm, announced Colin Kendall will become the firm’s next chief marketing officer. Kendall has helped lead the firm’s initiative to expand its voice and reach in the industry, while leveraging marketing innovations to drive growth. In his time at SC&H Group, Kendall has successfully led the…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Hogan to launch virtual book tour, mull 2024 presidential bid
Posted by: The Washington Post on 2020-07-08
Gov. Larry Hogan is considering a bid for the presidency in 2024, embarking on a virtual book tour this month that will continue to elevate his national profile in Republican circles. Hogan, now in his second term, emerged during the novel coronavirus pandemic as a leading Republican voice for an aggressive response to the…
University of Maryland to hold some fall classes in-person
Posted by: Associated Press on 2020-07-08
COLLEGE PARK — The University of Maryland has announced it will hold some in-person classes during the fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic. Nearly 20% of undergraduate classes will be held partially in-person when the school’s fall semester kicks off on August 31, school officials announced in an email to students Tuesday. Priority for in-person…
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