Kramon & Graham collaborates with Thomson Reuters Practical Law

Thomson Reuters Practical Law has released the latest Maryland arbitration Practice Note, Compelling and Staying Arbitration in Maryland, which was authored by Kramon & Graham principals Andrew Jay Graham, Jean Lewis and Louis Malick. The guide provides practical, state-specific information to lawyers seeking judicial assistance to compel or stay arbitration in Maryland state court....
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University System of Maryland names David W. Wise Director of Maryland Momentum Fund

The University System of Maryland (USM) has named business innovator David W. Wise, MALD, as director of the Maryland Momentum Fund (MMF), a $25 million fund to support startups formed within the system’s 12 institutions and its incubators. He joined USM on July 24. “David Wise brings more than 30 years in his business career to this important role as director of the Maryland Momentum Fund,” said USM Chancellor Robert L. Caret, PhD. “His … Continue reading

Parents of McDaniel College alumnus donate $500,000 to Westminster school

Robert “Robin” Salomon, III, is a current trustee at McDaniel, and resides with his wife, Sarah, in Bethesda. Donation supports experiential learning opportunities for students and faculty, as well as Student Academic Support Services (SASS) for students with documented disabilities The parents of a McDaniel College alumnus have given a $500,000 donation to the college. Robert “Robin” Salomon, III, a current member of the McDaniel Board of Trustees and a … Continue reading

Audacious Inquiry’s Chris Brandt joins Aspen Institute’s Health Innovator’s Fellowship Program

The Aspen Institute announced July 20 their third class of Health Innovator Fellows, including 21 health care leaders from across the country who represent a wide range of health care industries and sectors. Audacious Inquiry (Ai), a health IT and policy company based in Baltimore, Maryland, is pleased to announce that its Founder and Managing Partner, Chris Brandt, is among the incoming class. The Health Innovators Fellowship was created in 2015 to … Continue reading

RMG Chairman Benjamin Rosenberg elected Chair of Enoch Pratt Free Library Boards of Directors and Trustees

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP is proud to announce that firm Chairman Benjamin Rosenberg has been elected Chair of the Enoch Pratt Free Library Boards of Directors and Trustees, effective July 1, 2017. Rosenberg, the Founder and Chairman of the firm, has been on the Pratt Library board since 2012, serving as Vice Chair for the past two years. “Since joining the Board of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, I have become convinced … Continue reading

Carroll Hospital appoints Jeffrey Wothers of Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP to Chair Board of Directors

Jeffrey Wothers, a Partner in the Litigation Department of Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP, has been named Chair of the Board of Directors of Carroll Hospital, a LifeBridge Health center in Carroll County. Wothers has been a member of the hospital’s board since 2009 and was previously the Board’s Vice Chair. As Chair of the hospital’s Board of Directors, he also will serve on the Carroll Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees. … Continue reading

Erika E. Cole, The Church Attorney, to launch church and faith-based organization practice at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP announced July 11 that Erika E. Cole, a preeminent nonprofit organization attorney with a significant reputation among churches and faith-based organizations, has joined the firm as a Partner as of July 1, 2017. Cole is one of only a handful of attorneys in the U.S. practicing exclusively in the area of church law. Over the past 12 years, she has built a national reputation as … Continue reading

Three Baltimore-area colleges named Great Colleges to Work For 2017 by The Chronicle of Higher Education

Howard Community College, University of Maryland, Baltimore and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have all been named Great Colleges to Work For 2017 by The Chronicle of Higher Education in a July 17 announcement. Howard Community College, which received the recognition for a ninth year in a row, is the only Maryland community college to have achieved this year’s recognition. The school was recognized for success in the following categories: collaborative governance; … Continue reading

BGE welcomes second class of Smart Energy Interns

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) Smart Energy Workforce Development Program welcomed July 5 its second class of high school interns from Baltimore City vocational-technical high schools. Twenty-five students from Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School (Mervo), Green Street Academy and Edmonson-Westside Vocational Technical High School will spend five weeks gaining experience in their chosen vocational tracks. “This partnership between BGE, Baltimore City and its schools is a wonderful example of … Continue reading

Towson University receives $1 million national grant to transform undergraduate, minority student success in STEM

TU’s Fisher College of Science and Mathematics has seen an 84 percent increase in minority student majors since 2012 Towson University Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science and Mathematics faculty members Laura Gough, Matthew Hemm and their team will receive $1 million over five years from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) as part of their inaugural Inclusive Excellence initiative. The TU proposal was one of over 500 pre-proposals submitted, one of 90 … Continue reading

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