Life Science Risk Management Seminar offered by RCM&D and Medmarc

Insurance broker and employee benefits provider RCM&D is partnering with Medmarc to offer a timely and informative seminar on “Outsourced Risk Management for Life Science Companies.” The event will take place Oct. 8 from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Columbia. A variety of timely and informative...
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KatzAbosch named a 2009 Best Accounting Firms to Work For winner

Regional certified public accounting, tax and consulting firm KatzAbosch Sept. 28 announced it has been awarded the 2009 Best Accounting Firms to Work For honor by Accounting Today magazine. This annual award program, created by Accounting Today and Best Companies Group, acknowledges the best places of employment in the accounting industry nationwide. One hundred public or privately held U.S. accounting firms in three different categories were recognized — 20 small-sized … Continue reading

Religous studies professor receives Mullan Teaching Award at College of Notre Dame

Brian D. Berry, Ph.D., chair and professor of religious studies at College of Notre Dame of Maryland, received the Mullan Distinguished Teacher Award at Honors Convocation September 26. The award is the highest honor the College bestows on a faculty member. Dr. Berry has taught at College of Notre Dame since 1996. He has developed curriculum for more than 20 courses over the past 13 years, at both the undergraduate … Continue reading

Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts announces Free Fall Baltimore

Mayor Sheila Dixon and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts present the fourth annual Free Fall Baltimore celebration on October 1-31. The city-wide arts extravaganza offers visitors a an array of free creative arts events including dance and musical concerts, classes and hands-on projects, lectures, history and heritage tours and theatrical shows. More than 70 organizations have collaborated to provide residents and visitors free activities in venues throughout … Continue reading

IBM to host Baltimore Smarter Cities Forum

IBM, in association with the Greater Baltimore Committee, is hosting a Baltimore Smarter Cities Forum on November 19 at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Baltimore Smarter Cities Forum will create a peer-to-peer exchange for mayors, civic leaders and businesses to engage with like-minded thinkers and shape the blueprints for smarter cities. We will discuss new approaches to regional partnership, identify roadblocks, evaluate frameworks for investment and review the tools and … Continue reading

The University of Maryland School of Law to host Emerging Issues in Food and Drug Law

Emerging Issues in Food and Drug Law: A National Conference for Lawyers, Policy-Makers, and Corporate Leaders November 16 Keynote speakers: Dr. Andrew C. von Eschenbach Former Commissioner of Food and Drugs, U.S. Food and Drug Administration Jeffrey M. Senger, Esq. Deputy Chief Counsel, U.S. Food and Drug Administration It is a critical time in the food and drug industry and within the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA or the … Continue reading

Pennoni listed for third consecutive year on The Zweig Letter�s Hot Firm list

Pennoni has been recognized by The Zweig Letter as one of the 200 fastest-growing architecture, engineering and construction consulting firms in North America. This year, Pennoni ranks No. 90. The “Hot Firm 2009” list is based on a weighted average of each firm’s dollar growth and percentage growth from 2005 to 2008. This honor marks Pennoni’s third consecutive year as a “Hot Firm”.” The Zweig Letter is a weekly newsletter … Continue reading

Maryland Department of Business & Economic Development to host ‘Digital Diplomacy’

The Maryland Department of Business & Economic Development will host “Digital Diplomacy: 21st Century Statecraft,” a conversation with Alec Ross, senior advisor for innovation, U.S. Secretary of State at 7:45 a.m., October 8, at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African American Heritage and Culture.    Federal InnovatorsThe United States government is at the vanguard of research, technology, and opportunity – employing 275,000 Marylanders and contributing billions of dollars to the … Continue reading

Visit China with AACC

Walk along the Great Wall of China, wander through the Museum of the Terra-Cotta Army and visit Jin Mao Tower and the Forbidden City. Exploring the rich culture and deep history of China plays a vital part in understanding China’s recent emergence as a global economic power, which is the main focus of the Anne Arundel Community College travel-study course, “Doing Business in China.” Limited seating remains for the trip, … Continue reading

BCCC nursing graduates achieve a 100 percent pass rate on national licensing exams

Thirty-eight out of 38 Baltimore City Community College first-time 2009 candidates to take the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) test to be certified as a Registered Nurse have successfully passed the exam, according to the Maryland Board of Nursing, garnering a 100 percent pass rate for the college. One BCCC first-time 2009 candidate to take the National Council Licensure Examination-Practical Nurse (NCLEX-PN) passed that exam. To become an LPN, … Continue reading