Intelligent.com names best colleges in Maryland

Each Maryland institution on the list was evaluated for flexibility, faculty, course strength, cost and reputation.
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TU among nation’s Top 100 for second year in a row, ‘U.S. News’ says

TU also rose sharply in the social mobility category and received recognition for its undergraduate business and computer science programs.
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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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COVID-19 Resources: Baltimore Region’s School Opening Plans

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The GBC has compiled information from the region's public school systems, community colleges, and public and private higher education institutions regarding their pandemic re-opening plans.
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HCC Foundation receives $1 Million endowment for nursing scholarships

With the Schwabers' $1 million endowment, Harford Community College will be able to increase scholarship opportunities for the additional students enrolled in the program.
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Greater Baltimore Committee Elects New Board Members

"The new members strengthen an already very strong Board of Directors, and will enhance the Board's private sector engagement in the economic and business recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic and the business competitiveness challenges that affect our region's growth and prosperity," said Don Fry.
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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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Maryland Matters: More Md. universities tentatively planning to reopen their campuses in the fall

Newsmaker Higher Education panelists
During an online forum June 8 sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee, leaders of many higher education institutions in the Baltimore area said they are pursuing a hybrid system, which combines in-person instruction with remote learning.
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