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Criminal Justice Professor Receives Fulbright

Criminal Justice Professor Receives Fulbright

December 21, 2005

Cindy J. Smith, associate professor in the Division of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Social Policy at the University of Baltimore and director of the graduate program in criminal justice, has received a Fulbright scholar grant for her continuing research in human trafficking.

Law School Magazine Wins CASE Award

Law School Magazine Wins CASE Award

December 7, 2005

The 2004 edition of Nota Bene, the magazine of the University of Baltimore School of Law, has received an award from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.

'Dramatic Difference' Due to Truancy Court Intervention in City Public Schools

'Dramatic Difference' Due to Truancy Court Intervention in City Public Schools

November 30, 2005

As the University of Baltimore School of Law Center for Families, Children and the Courts’ Truancy Court Program continues into its second year in five Baltimore City public schools, data indicate that there are significant improvements in attendance rates in the schools.

Guatemalan Human Rights Activist to Speak on Gender-Based Violence and Sexual Identity in Guatemala, Nov. 2

Guatemalan Human Rights Activist to Speak on Gender-Based Violence and Sexual Identity in Guatemala, Nov. 2

October 28, 2005

Claudia Acevedo, a Guatemalan human rights activist, will speak on gender-based violence and sexual identity in Guatemala on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at noon at the University of Baltimore School of Law, 1429 Maryland Ave.

UB Celebrates Constitution Day with Two Public Events Sept. 20

UB Celebrates Constitution Day with Two Public Events Sept. 20

September 9, 2005

The University of Baltimore will host a celebration of Constitution Day on Tuesday, Sept. 20, with a panel discussion and a keynote address by a federal judge.

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