A new grant from the National Science Foundation will help 12 students from low-income families to cover the cost of tuition at Loyola University Maryland in the coming years. The $565,495 award will fund the university’s new C-PaMS Scholars Program ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
As city and state leaders worked to repair the damage caused by Monday's riot, the violence that spread across the Baltimore took its toll on the city's convention industry. A pair of conferences scheduled to begin Wednesday were canceled due to the violence in the city, one of which was expected to draw more than 2,000 attendees. CoNEXTions, an industry convention of the Door and Hardware Institute, was scheduled for Wednesday through Friday at the Baltimore Convention Center and would have utilized approximately 2,500 room nights at city hotels, according to a statement from Tom Noonan, CEO of Visit Baltimore. The anticipated economic impact of the convention was estimated at $1.18 million, according to Visit Baltimore.Read More »
27 Chinese students are in town this week as part of a global business immersion program created by Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business and Management the Beijing Institute of Technology. Instructors from both schools say the week-long series of seminars and presentations is the first step in building a dual degree program between the schools.
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