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Md. universities cancel classes, plan to teach online after spring break

11.16.12- BALTIMORE,  MD-Jay Perman- Newsmaker out of the office, University of Maryland, College Park, President Wallace Loh and University of Maryland Baltimore President Jay Perman have agreed to do a joint Maryland Newsmaker interview with The Daily Record
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Universities across Maryland have canceled classes in advance of their spring break next week to shift to online classes when students return, part of their ongoing efforts to respond to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 epidemic. Classes have been canceled this ...

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Maryland universities named in list of top global institutions

Three Student Government Association administrations have requested the name change, according a letter from the university’s president, Kim Schatzel. (The Daily Record/File Photo)

Several Maryland universities have been ranked among the best in the world by a group that looks at 20,000 institutions of higher learning. The Center for World University Rankings lists the top 2,000 of the 20,000 universities it scores. Six ...

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Chabad house sues Baltimore County over demolition order


The operators of a Jewish outreach program are suing Baltimore County for discrimination over an expansion for their Chabad house. The Friends of Lubavitch, the rabbi designated to reside in the Towson Chabad House, and students and alumni who used ...

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Towson University breaks ground on $180M Science Complex

Renderings of Towson University's new Science Complex (Submitted)

Towson University broke ground Tuesday on a new $180 million science facility expected to modernize the school’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning. The Science Complex will be the largest building on the campus and take a prominent position along ...

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Crisis over, Md. business schools adjust to evolving industry

‘The thing about the finance major is it’s a business major but it’s a quantitatively-based field,’ says Steve Isberg, associate professor of finance for the University of Baltimore, shown teaching a class. Students are working with financial information, accounting, statistical analysis, and analytical thinking. A lot of jobs are looking for these skills.’ (Submitted photo)

Business school leaders in Maryland are adapting their programs to match the demands of an ever-evolving banking and finance industry, adding more specialized courses and integrating new technologies into their curricula. For many, the changes were prompted, at least in ...

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With STEM designation, Towson international students can work longer in US

International students in Towson University’s Master of Science in marketing intelligence program wanted a change. When they graduated, the students wanted to be able to hone their skills in the United States before they returned to their home country. “Obviously, ...

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