Alumna Hammond Returns to Head MLK Event on Feb. 1

In the weeks leading up to UMB’s Black History Month celebration Feb. 1, we are profiling the keynote speaker and three Diversity Recognition Award winners. Today’s story is on keynote speaker and SON alumna Pamela V. Hammond, RN, PhD, ScD (hon), FAAN, ANEF, who will discuss “Would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Take a Knee?”

Chris Zang Bulletin Board, Clinical Care, Community Service, Education, People, UMB News, University LifeJanuary 18, 20180 comments
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‘Live Near Your Work’ Benefits Touted as Improved Program Kicks Off

The improved Live Near Your Work (LNYW) Program kicked off Jan. 11 with an overview of the initiative that offers UMB employees up to $18,500 in grants to be used toward down payment and closing costs on houses in targeted Southwest Baltimore neighborhoods.

Lou CortinaCollaboration, Community Service, Global & Community Engagement, People, UMB News, University Administration, University LifeJanuary 16, 20180 comments
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Nursing’s Wiseman Leads Work Group in Revising State Nursing Articulation Plan

Rebecca Wiseman, PhD ’93, RN, associate professor and chair of the School of Nursing at the Universities at Shady Grove, served as project coordinator for the revised Maryland Nursing Articulation Plan. New approaches and commitments to academic progression models needed to be reflected in the articulation plan to assure consistency across colleges and universities.

Kevin Nash Bulletin Board, Education, People, UMB News, University Life, USGAJanuary 16, 20180 comments
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