GBC members, Baltimore Women’s Advisory Board Members recognized among The Daily Record’s Top 100 Women

The Daily Record recognized 100 individuals for the Top 100 Women award. Of the 100 women selected, 28 are employed by a Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) member company.
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The Daily Record: Johns Hopkins, Loyola join partnership to help students facing tough job market

The participating schools have all pledged to proactively engage their own networks of alumni, supporters and corporate partners to help connect struggling rising seniors and graduates to experiential learning, employment and non-traditional career opportunities.
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The Daily Record: Md. university leaders say twin crises are taking a toll on campuses

At a panel discussion sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee on June 8, college leaders said they are promoting more mental health options and providing forums for participating in the national conversations about racism.
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BBJ: USM Chancellor Perman: ‘We will not have Covid-free campuses.’

Additional safety measures come with major costs, Dr. Jay Perman explained to a group of Baltimore business leaders during a webinar panel hosted by the Greater Baltimore Committee June 8.
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Loyola named Top School for Service for post-graduate service efforts

The Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN) named Loyola University Maryland a Top School for Service, including Loyola as one of only seven universities in the Mid-Atlantic to receive this achievement.
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U.S. News & World Report recognizes several of Loyola University Maryland’s graduate programs

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Loyola University Maryland’s graduate programs in business, speech, and psychology have been ranked in the “2021 Best Graduate Schools” rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
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GBC Members recognized among The Daily Record’s Top 100 Women

The Daily Record recognized 100 individuals for the Top 100 Women award. Of the 100 individuals selected, 23 are employed by a GBC member company.
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Maryland Department of Commerce grant will advance biohealth innovation at Loyola

The Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund (MEIF), administered by the Maryland Department of Commerce has awarded $500,000 in funding to Loyola University Maryland to establish an endowed professorship in innovation that will help to expand scientific research in biohealth and promote economic and entrepreneurial success in the state of Maryland. The funding...
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