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Md. adds S. Korean sister state; Here’s a list of Md.’s sisters

Maryland on Tuesday became a sister state with a South Korean province. Secretary of State John Wobensmith on Tuesday in South Korea signed an agreement to establish a sisterhood relationship with the province of Jeollanam-do, sometimes translated into English as South Jeolla ...

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UMD’s Loh critical of Trump’s DACA decision

University of Maryland President Wallace Loh Tuesday criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to end the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, calling it contrary to American values. Trump’s administration announced that the deferred action program would end in ...

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Free small business cybersecurity webinar set for today

Interested in protecting your business from cyber attacks? The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland Inc. and the Better Business Bureau Greater Maryland will hold a free webinar about cybersecurity for small businesses from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday. Scheduled to speak ...

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Check out these games by MICA’s new game designer-in-residence

Earlier this week in Business Buzz, we told you that The Maryland Institute College of Art named Silver Spring native Lishan AZ its first ever Game Designer-in-Residence, and that she plans to work on an interactive experience on Baltimore’s public transportation, using ...

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MICA names a Game Designer-in-Residence

The Maryland Institute College of Art named Lishan AZ its first ever Game Designer-in-Residence, another step forward for the school’s developing game design program. For the first time, this year the school is offering a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ...

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Study: More opioid prescriptions come from lower-ranked med schools

Doctors who attend the lowest-ranked medical schools write more opioid prescriptions than doctors who attended the best medical schools, a new study from Princeton University found. “If all general practitioners had prescribed like those from the top-ranked school, we would ...

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