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Acquiring tech assets drives some deals

  With a slogan of “Turning plant floor data into actionable information,” Julie Lenzer founded the software company Applied Creative Technologies Inc. in 1995. Focused on data collection, data mining and analytics in the food manufacturing sector, Lenzer’s company started ...

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Loyola’s Donovan takes presidency at Bellarmine University

Susan M. Donovan, Loyola University Maryland’s executive vice president, will become president at Bellarmine University’s presidency position and leave Loyola at the end of the spring semester. Donovan has served in Loyola leadership for 30 years, including a six-month stint ...

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Baltimore area colleges share $750K grant to fight sexual assault

A $750,000 federal grant will help 10 Baltimore area colleges and universities beef up their response to — and efforts to prevent — sexual violence, officials announced Friday. The group of schools is known as the Baltimore Area Higher Education Coalition ...

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Loyola’s Sellinger School announces revamped professional MBA

In an effort to better prepare graduates for the local business environment, Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business is revamping the curriculum for its professional MBA program. The revised program will have a more streamlined curriculum, including opportunities for ...

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Loyola appoints racial justice task force

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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Loyola to honor Legg Mason CEO

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management has picked Legg Mason Chairman and CEO Joe Sullivan as its Business Leader of the Year for 2015, the university announced Tuesday. “Joe Sullivan continues to grow Legg Mason’s reputation as ...

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For universities, discussion and healing as well as marches

University students and faculty from around Baltimore are marching and protesting the death of Freddie Gray, but they’re also positioning themselves as healers and discussion leaders following this week’s riots. Hundreds attended student-led protests demanding justice for Freddie Gray at ...

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