The fellowship serves as a conduit for nurturing and developing the next generation of social work professionals and placing them directly within Maryland schools.
Opioid Crisis: UMSOM Spurs Innovation in Addiction Treatment and Prevention with the Kahlert Institute
The institute brings together leading addiction experts in a shared research space to collaborate and create the synergy necessary for systemic change.
The dynamic tool is designed to map and track the evolving landscape of EDI across UMB’s seven schools and central administrative units.
Data-Driven: Transformative Partnership Creates University of Maryland Institute for Health Computing
The new era in data-driven biomedical innovation is being led by UMB and the University of Maryland, College Park in partnership with the University of Maryland Medical System and Montgomery County, Md.
It is part of the efforts to make the campus more hospitable to a variety of pollinators through ecological landscaping projects.
The mission of the center is to provide survivor-centered and trauma-informed services that empower trafficking survivors.
The LNYW program is a homebuying assistance benefit for UMB employees.
The first cohort of scholars has collectively received more than 100 college acceptance letters.
Promoting Breastfeeding: B’more for Healthy Babies Offers Services, Support Groups for Mothers in Upton/Druid Heights
BHB has played a significant role regarding advancements improving Black maternal and infant health by offering and supporting choices made by Black families.
After more than a decade of sustained investment in Upton/Druid Heights, the infant mortality rate dropped by 75 percent.
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.
Students were connected to the opportunity through the CURE Career Navigator program.
CEO and his firm are major supporters of the UMB Cure Scholars Program and UMB's community engagement work in West Baltimore.
Documentary series follows the life journeys of five West Baltimore students.
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.
The theme was “The Myth of Balance or The Art of Being Unbalanced.”
The work of 28 artists that appeared in the journal is featured on the wall.
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.
Maureen A. Sweeney from the School of Law leads the Immigration Law Clinic.
Druid Heights and Heritage Crossing are walkable and close to campus.
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.