The first cohort of scholars has collectively received more than 100 college acceptance letters.
Opening Doors: Live Near Your Work Marks $1 Million Milestone
The LNYW program is a homebuying assistance benefit for UMB employees.
Bundles of Joy: Social Work Program Sees Record Low in Infant Deaths
After more than a decade of sustained investment in Upton/Druid Heights, the infant mortality rate dropped by 75 percent.
Art and the Pandemic: New Issue of ‘1807’ Captivates from Cover to Cover
Many of the works in the art and literary journal were inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic and the country's social and political strife.
Inspiring Summer: CURE Scholars Gain Knowledge, Experience at BD Internship
Students were connected to the opportunity through the CURE Career Navigator program.
Why Ellin & Tucker’s Ed Brake Believes in Baltimore and UMB’s CURE Scholars
CEO and his firm are major supporters of the UMB Cure Scholars Program and UMB's community engagement work in West Baltimore.
Starring Roles: UMB CURE Scholars Featured in Documentary
Documentary series follows the life journeys of five West Baltimore students.
Recognizing Diversity: University Honors Faculty, Staff, and Students for Inclusion Efforts
UMB honors three individuals and one group for achievement in diversity and inclusiveness.
UMB CURE Program Hits Milestone Helping West Baltimore Students Navigate College Applications and Career Goals
CURE launches final piece of pipeline with Career Navigator Program.
How to be Anti-Racist: Author, Scholar, and Historian Ibram X. Kendi Shares Expertise with University Audience
Boston University professor says recognizing the existence of racial disparities and exploring their causes are the first steps.
Three Memorable Moments from UMB’s Women’s History Month Symposium
The theme was “The Myth of Balance or The Art of Being Unbalanced.”
The Big Reveal: ‘1807’ Exhibit Adds Polish to Pearl Street Underpass
The work of 28 artists that appeared in the journal is featured on the wall.
Meet UMB’s Educator of the Year
Russell A. McClain is praised as one of the best teachers at the Carey School of Law.
‘History Reconsidered’: Writer Clint Smith Challenges Listeners to Examine U.S. History Rife with Racism
He used his personal memories as a backdrop to his Diversity Advisory Council Speaker Series talk.
Meet UMB’s Public Servant of the Year
Maureen A. Sweeney from the School of Law leads the Immigration Law Clinic.
Opening Doors: Live Near Your Work Program Adds Two Neighborhoods with Historical Significance
Druid Heights and Heritage Crossing are walkable and close to campus.
You Made It Happen, You Can Make It Happen
Read over a highlight of recent major gifts to UMB and learn about the impact that your gift can have on a variety of the University's programs and initiatives.
Devon’s Journey to ‘Hamilton’
A UMB raffle was just the ticket Devon Nwaba, MPH, needed to attend the hit show "Hamilton."
Students Take Aim at Gun Violence
Findings related to how UMB can impact gun violence in Baltimore City were released by this year’s President’s Fellows.
The UMBrella Group reached for the stars and mixed in a little candlelight in its highlight event of 2019, turning the annual Women’s History Month celebration into a daylong symposium.
Helping Planet and Pocketbook
Last spring the workmanship and high sustainability standards used in building the Health Sciences Research Facility III earned UMB a coveted Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Award.
‘1807’: UMB’s State of the Arts
In May 2019, UMB launched the inaugural issue of "1807: An Art & Literary Journal."
Diversity in Diverse Ways
UMB’s Diversity Advisory Council continues to make an impact by promoting diversity and inclusion across the University.