ANNAPOLIS — If the University System of Maryland moves to a performance-based funding model for its institutions, college presidents warn that the program should not be one-size-fits-all. Changing the system’s funding model likely will not be directly discussed again during ...Read More »
As a former member of The Daily Record’s Editorial Advisory Board, I was disappointed to see the Dec. 27 editorial from several members of the Board (with seven out of the 15 members understandably not joining in the opinion) titled “Reforming ...
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Few American colleges would mark a 15 percent graduation rate as a turning point. But at Coppin State University, 15 percent is two points better than last year’s rate — a first, tentative step out of the graduation gutter. Coppin, ...Read More »
Henri Carlton, director of nursing for Charlestown retirement community in Catonsville, received the Nurse Administrator of the Year Award for 2011 from the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care. Carlton, who has worked at Charlestown ...Read More »
Matt Holbrook has been promoted to regional partner of St. John Properties, a real estate development and management company based in Baltimore. This adds to his responsibilities as director of federal programs. In his new role, Holbrook will manage and ...
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Baltimore mayoral candidates touted tax cuts, schools and job programs at a forum at Coppin State University. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake did not attend Wednesday night’s forum, but six other Democratic candidates vying for her job did. Former city planning director ...Read More »
Candidates for Baltimore mayor will be gathering at Coppin State University for a forum sponsored by the city chapter of the NAACP, the Greater Baltimore Urban League, and the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The forum is being held Wednesday ...Read More »
State Sen. Catherine Pugh literally danced her way into the city’s mayoral race Monday evening. As disco music blared and nearly 150 supporters jammed inside a community center on West North Avenue near Coppin State University, Pugh strutted into the ...Read More »
Robert H. Imhoff III recently joined Chimes International Ltd. as chief development and external relations officer. Imhoff has more than two decades of leadership experience in the nonprofit and financial services fields. Most recently, he served as vice president, development ...
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Joseph J. Daniels, assistant vice president of the Verizon Foundation, received the “Miss Jean” Worthley Award on Jan. 13 at Maryland Public Television’s Vision Honors Banquet for his contributions to youth and families. Daniels has worked through the Verizon Foundation ...Read More »