Audacious Inquiry Partners with the Texas Health Services Authority to Enable Real-Time Notification Services

Audacious Inquiry, an industry leader in connected care, announced a partnership with the Texas Health Services Authority (THSA), allowing connected participants to receive more detailed information about their patient populations. Community-based providers, post-acute facilities, health insurers, and clinically integrated networks will utilize this information to improve care coordination for...

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts Accepting Submissions as Regional Affiliate for The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for Creative Teens

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) announced its role as the regional affiliate for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation’s longest running-and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7-12. BOPA will serve as the affiliate for all counties in the state of Maryland for the art region. For the writing region, BOPA serves all counties excluding Anne Arundel, Prince George’s and Howard … Continue reading

Loyola to Host Panel Discussion on Experiences of Immigrant Youth

Loyola University Maryland will host a presentation, The Journey of Immigrant Children, on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, at 6:30 p.m., in McGuire Hall. The panel discussion will focus on experiences, legal issues, and spiritual perspectives of Central American immigrant youth. The presentation will feature seven panelists, including two speakers who fled El Salvador as teenagers and coauthors of the book, Blessed Are the Refugees: Beatitudes of Immigrant Children, which received … Continue reading

Baltimore Attorney, Career Educator Named to BCCC Board of Trustees

Baltimore City Community College announces Lelia Parker, Esq. and Leonor Tannhauser Blum were recently appointed to the college’s Board of Trustees by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan. Parker is a member of the Litigation Department of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP’s Baltimore office, where she has a general litigation practice and handles complex commercial disputes. Previously, she worked as a law clerk for retired Judge Clayton Greene Jr. of the … Continue reading

Johns Hopkins University-Branded Hotel Planned Near Homewood Campus

Plans are taking shape for a university-branded hotel to open across North Charles Street from Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus by summer 2021. The 11-story Blackstone building at the corner of North Charles and East 33rd streets, which currently includes 99 apartments, is set to be converted into The Study at Johns Hopkins, a hotel with 115 rooms, a restaurant, and meeting and conference space. Pending the required design approval … Continue reading

The Daily Record and Baltimore Sun honor GBC Board Members

Several GBC Board Members were recently honored by The Daily Record and The Baltimore Sun. The Daily Record’s list of Admired CEOs included GBC Board Members Sandy Hillman, Sandy Hillman Communications; Calvin Butler, BGE; and Brian Pieninck, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. The Sun’s list of top 25 Women to Watch includes GBC Board Members Christine Aspell, KPMG; Courtney Capute, Venable; and Sabina Kelly, Bank of America. The GBC congratulates all those … Continue reading

McDaniel College holds Interviewing Day

McDaniel College’s annual Interviewing Day, which took place on Oct. 2, 2019, provides students the opportunity to “speed interview” with businesses in the Baltimore area, including accounting firms, banks, insurance agencies and investment companies. At the event, students are able to interview for internships or jobs, or to gain experience in the interviewing process, itself. More than 175 interviews were conducted in a three-hour time period. More than 50 sophomores, … Continue reading

CCBC to Host Fall Job Fairs

The Career Services office of the Community College of Baltimore County will host Fall 2019 Job Fairs, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., at CCBC Dundalk on Wednesday, Oct. 16, and at CCBC Catonsville, Wednesday, Nov. 6. These free job fairs are open to CCBC students, alumni and the public, providing an opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives from employers throughout the Baltimore area from a variety of businesses, government and … Continue reading

CCBC welcomes Douglas Riley to its Board of Trustees

Community College of Baltimore County President Sandra L. Kurtinitis welcomes Douglas B. Riley, to the college’s Board of Trustees. The Board maintains general oversight of CCBC. Its responsibilities include adopting rules and regulations for college operations, approving the college budget, considering and approving CCBC’s academic programs, major purchases and long-range plans Appointed to the CCBC Board of Trustees by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Riley is a trial lawyer with the … Continue reading

Weekend Backpacks for Homeless Kids

Weekend Backpacks for Homeless Kids started in March 2015 when Sandie Nagel packed 18 backpacks of food in her dining room. It quickly expanded and moved to The Chimes in Mt. Washington where it provided job training to Chimes’ clients. The organization moved to its current home at 1505 Bedford Ave., in 2017, where it was able to operate rent-free for two years, but now must begin paying rent. The … Continue reading