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USM Board of Regents approves higher salaries for three presidents

The University System of Maryland Board of Regents approved higher compensation for three system presidents as part of a new executive compensation system, also approved during Friday’s regents meeting. Under the new system, devised by HR consultant Sibson Consulting, the ...

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Crisis over, Md. business schools adjust to evolving industry

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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Md.’s historically black colleges take aim at the future

Cory Roscoe knew he wanted to go to a historically black college. The Baltimore native wanted a smaller classroom experience so he could get to know his professors and classmates. “The HBCU, it feel like family,” Roscoe said. “It feel ...

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Chancellor: USM community concerned over U.S. temporary entry ban

Maryland’s public higher education system is concerned about the temporary ban of people from seven predominantly Muslim countries entering the United States, according to its chancellor. “The tradition of welcoming talented individuals from all countries to our academic communities helps our country maintain ...

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Md. university regents likely to change policies after Caret bonus

After a $75,000 bonus and $30,000 salary increase awarded to University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert L. Caret earlier this year drew criticism from lawmakers, the system’s Board of Regents will consider changing its policies. Board Chair James T. Brady ...

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