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April 23, 2004

In the News, April 23

President Hrabowski in The Sun
UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski was the subject of "Living and Learning in Black and White," an article about his experiences in segregated schools and the legacy of Brown vs. Board of Education. The article, written by Sun reporter Michael Hill, appeared on April 18.

Emergency Health Services Living Learning Community in The Sun
UMBC's Emergency Health Services (EHS) Living Learning Community (LLC), located in Harbor Hall, was profiled in The Sun's April 18 Education supplement. EHS chair Bruce Walz was quoted along with several student residents of the LLC, all of them future paramedics, fire fighters, EMTs or other emergency first responders.

Roy Meyers, Political Science, in the News
Roy Meyers, associate professor of political science, wrote "Maryland's Counterproductive Constitution," an op-ed that appeared on April 18 in the Washington Post.

Meyers was also quoted in The Sun on April 20 in an article about the results of the Mandel Commission, formed by the governor to find ways to increase efficiency in the Maryland government.

Don Norris, Public Policy and MIPAR, in The Sun
Don Norris, professor of public policy and director of MIPAR, was quoted in "Business Finds Little Fault in the Governor," which appeared in The Sun on April 18.

Norris was also quoted in the April 18 edition of The Sun in an article by Meredith Cohn on the possibility of forming a regional water and sewer authority for the Baltimore metropolitan area.

Christopher Corbett, English, in the Albuquerque Journal
English instructor Christopher Corbett's Orphans Preferred: The Twisted Truth and Lasting Legend of the Pony Express (Random House/Broadway Books division) was reviewed March 28 in the Albuquerque Journal, New Mexico's largest Sunday paper.

Posted by dwinds1 at April 23, 2004 12:00 AM