Monthly Archives: July 2015

Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence plans two events, including annual gala fundraiser

Mark your calendars: The Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence plans two notable events: On Tuesday, July 14, Chef’s Expressions will hold a Bastille Day Wine Supper on behalf of the program. Click here for details, including the menu. On … Continue reading

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Center on Applied Feminism takes part in ParityFest

This Sunday, July 12, the Center on Applied Feminism at the University of Baltimore School of Law will participate in ParityFest, a citywide readings festival aimed at increasing gender parity in the arts. Throughout July, ParityFest is holding readings of new and … Continue reading

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‘Disasters averted’: New York Times quotes Prof. Garrett Epps in editorial on Supreme Court’s eventful 2014 Term

The lead editorial in today’s New York Times quotes Professor Garrett Epps, who wrote in his most recent Atlantic essay that the string of liberal “victories” in the Supreme Court’s 2014 Term represents “disasters averted, not new frontiers discovered.” Epps, … Continue reading

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Prof. Bessler receives second top award for most recent book

In an email to faculty and staff, Dean Ronald Weich congratulated Professor John Bessler, who has won a second award for his most recent book (see previous blog post for news of the first award): “In addition to the INDIEFAB … Continue reading

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