BBJ: Catalyte trains Baltimore residents to be software developers, city employees through new partnership

Hsu noted that the fellowship model could also save the city money, and prevent the need to outsource when it needs IT help or new tech tools. For what it typically costs to hire one IT consultant, Catalyte can produce four or five fellows, he said.
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University of Maryland Global Campus among region’s ‘Most Innovative Schools’ in U.S. News ‘Best Colleges’ rankings

UMGC, the nation's largest online public university, was #9 in the ranking, which is based on a survey of leaders at other institutions in the region.
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TEDCO’s Maryland Innovation Initiative accelerates technologies from bench to market

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In the eight years since its launch, MII has disbursed $39M, de-risked 252 unique technologies and created 102 start-ups.
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The Daily Record: SECU of Maryland to open new Clarksville location

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SECU’s Clarksville location is the latest in a series of planned new financial center openings, designed to expand the credit union’s footprint and better serve Maryland residents.
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TEDCO appoints Troy LeMaile-Stovall as new CEO/Executive Director

LeMaile-Stovall has more than 25 years of experience in the fields of investment management, higher education, telecommunications, information/communication technology, management consulting, and non-profit leadership/management. 
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TEDCO’s Builder Fund invests $450K in eight start-ups

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TEDCO’s Builder Fund was created to financially and operationally support the development of startup companies run by entrepreneurs who demonstrate a socially or economically disadvantaged background that hinders access to traditional forms of capital and executive networks at the pre-seed stage.
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BBJ: Why this Baltimore pastor thinks broadband internet should be a public utility

Yeary spoke to nearly 200 businesspeople during a June 26 webinar hosted by Greater Baltimore Committee focused on structural racism and closing racial wealth gaps. Covid-19 and the recent killing of George Floyd, a Black man, in Minneapolis police custody, have spurred a new wave of critical discussions around how racial...
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The Daily Record: Kennedy Krieger Institute receives nearly $1M to expand, improve telehealth access

Kennedy Krieger Institute received a grant of $994,950 from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to expand and improve access to its telehealth services.
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BGE announces Customer Relief and Energy Infrastructure Investment Plan

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) announced its Customer Relief and Energy Infrastructure Plan on May 15.
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