Member News: 73 Whiteford Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America 2023, Six Selected as “Lawyer of the Year”

73 lawyers from Whiteford, Taylor & Preston have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2023 (copyright 2022 by Woodward/White, Inc., of Aiken S.C.). The lawyers selected are based in the firm’s Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington, D.C. offices. Client comments are posted on...
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Member News: “SHADED REMNANTS” EXHIBITION OPENS AT THE GALLERY IN THE SKY

The Gallery in the Sky at Top of the World Observation Level in the Baltimore World Trade Center is pleased to present “Shaded Remnants,” a solo exhibition by Baltimore-based artist Kei Ito which will be on view from September 8–November 20, 2022. The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) is producing this exhibition with the generous support of the Maryland State Arts Council. “Shaded Remnants” is a multimedia … Continue reading

TEDCO Invests in Pirl Technology, a Rural Maryland Pre-Seed Company

TEDCO, Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, announced today that its Rural Business Innovation Initiative (RBII) made a $25,000 investment in Frederick-based Pirl Technology, which is developing Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers that contribute to combatting climate change and protecting the environment. TEDCO’s RBII is designed to enhance technology commercialization and provide technical and business assistance to small and early-stage companies in rural Maryland. To learn more about mentoring and funding … Continue reading

Creative Baltimore Fund Applications Are Open

On behalf of Mayor Brandon Scott and the City of Baltimore, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) announces that applications are open for the Creative Baltimore Fund grant program. Administered by the Baltimore City Arts Council, the Creative Baltimore Fund is a grant made annually by the City of Baltimore. It consists of two primary funding opportunities General Operating Support provides core support for established arts or … Continue reading

Loyola’s Sellinger School Dean Mary Ann Scully receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Mary Ann Scully, MBA ’79, dean of Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management, will receive the 2022 CEO of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award from the Baltimore Business Journal. The award recognizes “executives who have had great success and made their mark professionally, and in the Greater Baltimore community, over a number of decades,” according to the journal. Prior to joining Loyola in July, Scully co-founded Howard … Continue reading

NPower Hosts Maryland Tech Leaders Salute Luncheon

NPower will host the 1st Annual Maryland Tech Leaders Salute Luncheon hosted on Thursday, August 25th from Noon to 2 p.m. aboard the Spirit of Baltimore. Honorees will be saluted for their vision of a future where the domestic technology workforce is diverse, and clear pathways exist for all people regardless of ethnicity, gender, or socio-economic background to succeed in our digital economy.  The event will include networking, a scenic cruise in the Baltimore … Continue reading

Jonathon Heyward is Named Music Director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) announces the appointment of 29-year-old, American-born conductor Jonathon Heyward as Music Director and holder of the Harvey M. and Lyn P. Meyerhoff Chair. Heyward’s five-year contract begins in the 2023-24 season. He will serve as Music Director Designate for the upcoming 2022-23 season and lead two weeks of performances in May 2023. Heyward’s selection was unanimous from the Baltimore Symphony Music Director Search Committee, comprised … Continue reading

Towson University Fall 2022 Career & Internship Fair is September 23

TU’s Fall 2022 Career & Internship Fair will take place once again in the SECU Arena and will be open to all 22,000+ TU students and alumni of all majors, as well as members of the Towson community and beyond. You will have the opportunity to recruit for a full-time, part-time, internship, or seasonal positions. Employers who attend our fairs keep coming back for future events and note how professional and well-prepared our … Continue reading

Loyola receives gift from the Kahlert Foundation for mental health training and services

The Kahlert Foundation has given $100,000 to Loyola University Maryland to support access to mental health counseling and expand training of school counselors. The gift will offer discounted mental health counseling to clients at the Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC) and provide professional development to K–12 school counselors who train future school counselors. “These training opportunities are a wonderful example of the School of Education’s commitment to create innovative opportunities to … Continue reading

MATTHEW J. RAMSEY BEGINS AT MCDANIEL COLLEGE AS THE NEW COORDINATOR OF THE MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAM IN HUMAN SERVICES MANAGEMENT

Matthew J. Ramsey has joined McDaniel College as the new Laurence J. Adams Endowed Chair in Special Education and coordinator of the master’s degree program in Human Services Management. In this role, Ramsey also serves as president and CEO of Target Community & Educational Services, Inc., whose mission is to enhance the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through a variety of customized, community-based programs in Carroll and … Continue reading