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Today Is 529 Day

As reported by Politico’s Morning Education:

TODAY IS 529 DAY: Get it? Because it’s May 29?! States and organizations around the country are holding special events today urging – and helping – families to set aside money for a higher education. 128 more words

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Making College a Reality

CollegeBound Initiative (CBI) makes the dream of college a reality for low-income students by placing full-time college guidance experts in high-need public schools to maximize students’ college awareness, access, and financial aid awards. 65 more words

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American Studies and Media and Communication Studies Students Produce Radio Series for The Marc Steiner Show

As part of the Baltimore Traces: Communities in Transition project, several American studies and media and communication studies students produced a radio series about two Baltimore neighborhoods in transition: Greektown and Station North. 299 more words


John Rennie Short, School of Public Policy, Discusses Cities' Impact on Climate Change in Citiscope

In a new article published in the journal Citiscope, School of Public Policy Professor John Rennie Short argued that “cities are a focal point for action on climate change — and in time, climate action will seem as compelling to urbanites as the introduction of clean water systems in the late 1800s.” 234 more words


Anne Rubin, History, Gives Voice to Union Soldiers in Sherman's Army in The Conversation

On Memorial Day, The Conversation published a series of insights into wars that have been waged and their aftermath. Anne Rubin, an associate professor of history, published an… 187 more words


Pres. Hrabowski Discusses Impact of Study Abroad in International Educator

President Hrabowski appears in this month’s edition of International Educator to discuss how studying abroad shaped his career path. International Educator is a bimonthly publication of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. 128 more words

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