For only the sixth time in its 125-year history, Sheppard Pratt Health System is getting a new president and CEO. Dr. Harsh K. Trivedi will assume the leadership of the system on July 1, taking over for Steven S. Sharfstein, ...Read More »
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The University of Maryland, College Park is sticking close to home with its choice of commencement speaker this year. Under Armour CEO (and noted UMD alumnus) Kevin Plank will deliver this year’s address at the spring commencement ceremony on May ...Read More »
Cybersecurity, high-tech wood stoves, video games and blood transfusions. It’s been a busy six months for the Maryland Technology Development Corp. The state-created organization (known as TEDCO to you and me), which provides guidance and early-stage funding for startup companies ...Read More »
Listen: For decades, bookish teenagers have embraced the work of novelist Kurt Vonnegut (1922-2007), devouring book after book with a nearly fanatical devotion that eventually fades but leaves fond memories as they move into adulthood. Vonnegut’s best-known works include “Slaughterhouse-Five,” ...Read More »
Loyola University Maryland is responding to student concerns about racial insensitivity by establishing a task force to make recommendations about campuswide racial justice training. The 14-person panel, created by the Rev. Brian F. Linnane, the university’s president, is comprised of ...
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Baltimore-based 1st Mariner Bank, is opening its first office outside Maryland and the greater Baltimore region. The bank announced Wednesday that it will be opening an office for members of 1st Mariner’s commercial lending team in Newark, Delaware, citing job growth and ...
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