AACC offers training in building secure facilities for BRAC employers

Building and construction industry workers can learn how to prepare successful bids to build sensitive and secure buildings needed to house government agencies and homeland security companies relocating to the area as part of the federal Base Realignment and Closure initiatives through a series of courses offered this spring at...

Gladhill elected to MEDBANK board

T. Sue Gladhill, MSW, vice president for external affairs at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and CEO of the University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation, Inc. (UMBF), has been elected to serve as a board member of MEDBANK of Maryland, Inc. MEDBANK of Maryland is a nonprofit, 501(c) (3) corporation that helps low-income, chronically-ill Marylanders access prescription drugs at no cost from pharmaceutical manufacturers’ patient assistance programs. Gladhill, an Annapolis … Continue reading

Black student association hosts women’s history month forum

College of Notre Dame of Maryland’s Black Student Association is hosting a forum in celebration of Women’s History Month on March 19 at 6 p.m. in Doyle Formal Lounge. The forum’s theme is “Breaking the Glass Ceiling: A Perspective in Color, Gender and Leadership.” Speakers include Anne Lin, Pharm.D., founding dean of College of Notre Dame of Maryland School of Pharmacy; Charlene M. Dukes, Ph.D., first woman president of Prince … Continue reading

Leaders of GBTC, Hershey, Planit, Urbanite and G.1440 to serve as “The Donalds” of TU’s The Associate

The Towson University College of Business and Economics, home to The Associate competition, an adaptation of NBC’s The Apprentice, has named five local business leaders as this year’s “Donald Trump.” Among those participating are: Steve Kozak, executive director at GBTC; Eric Lent, vice president of Global Traditional Trade of Hershey International at The Hershey Company; Ed Callahan, creative director and co-founder of Planit Agency; Tracy Durkin, owner of Urbanite magazine; … Continue reading

RCM&D Senior Vice President & Life Science Practice Leader Harry C. Wallace named Power Broker by Risk & Insurance

Risk & Insurance magazine, one of the leading publications in the risk management industry named Harry C. Wallace of RCM&D as a power broker in their annual list of the most influential commercial insurance brokers in the United States. Wallace is a senior vice president and Life Science practice leader with RCM&D. Risk & Insurance recognized 147 power brokers in 25 industry categories. Wallace was honored in the Pharmaceutical/Life Science … Continue reading

USM Board Chair to appoint special committee to study UMBI

Clifford Kendall, chairman of the University System of Maryland (USM) Board of Regents, announced Feb. 27 he will appoint a special committee of regents to review the mission and organization of the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute (UMBI). UMBI is one of USM’s 13 institutions. Given USM’s critical role in advancing state priorities, Kendall will charge the group with developing recommendations for maximizing the return on the state’s investment in … Continue reading

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston Partner, Robert B. Curran, named 2009 Baltimore Corporate Lawyer of the Year

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP (WTP) is delighted to announce Robert B. Curran has been named 2009 Baltimore Corporate Lawyer of the Year by Woodward/White’s The Best Lawyers in America. With over 30 years of legal experience, Curran co-chairs the firm’s Business and Corporate section and is a member of the Taxation section. He handles a variety of matters for both large corporations and small closely-held businesses, including multi-million dollar … Continue reading

AACC Judges’ Forum features memorable, significant cases

The AACC Legal Studies Institute presents its annual Forum on the Judiciary, a free event for AACC students and the public, on April 15 at Anne Arundel Community College. Join the chief judges from each Maryland court, a federal district court chief judge and a circuit court magistrate as they discuss memorable and significant cases and events that occurred in their courtrooms. The two-hour event, “The Courts: Cases & Events” … Continue reading

Morton’s The Steakhouse in Baltimore celebrates the world’s most mysterious spirit with Pernod Absinthe tastings

Morton’s The Steakhouse in Baltimore hosts “Absinthe, The Green Hour,” Pernod absinthe tastings giving guests the chance to experience the mystique, allure and ritual of absinthe, a high-proof distilled spirit made from grande wormwood and a blend of aromatic herb extracts. In Baltimore, the event takes place March 13 from 6-7:30 p.m. Cost to attend is $45 per person, inclusive of tax and gratuity, which includes a complimentary take-home gift. … Continue reading

Toni Condon joins Maryland Science Center

The Maryland Science Center appointed Toni Condon as Vice President for Institutional Advancement, announced Van Reiner, president and CEO. Condon was most recently Senior Director of Development for the Walters Art Museum, where she led the fundraising efforts to support the current free admission initiative, allowing equal access to the museum for all members of the community. She previously held positions in the fundraising departments of McDaniel College, the Johns … Continue reading