Justin Holbrook is now representing Baltimore City Public Schools as a finalist for 2017-18 Maryland Teacher of the Year.
The city police officer who helped a Baltimore family recover after a serious car accident has been honored by Mayor Catherine Pugh.
A little over a year ago, Baltimore City spent almost $9 million on free trash cans for residents to fend off rats and collect more garbage. Today, the city’s Department of Public Works announced that very same trash can program received a “Project of the Year” award from a regional public works association.
Baltimore’s Washington Monument has just received more national recognition for its $6.5 million restoration.
One of the greatest honors a visual artist can receive is to have his or her work shown at the Venice Biennale, an art festival that draws contributors from around the world. It’s the equivalent of a musician making it to Carnegie Hall.
Joe Flacco is the Ravens’ quarterback on the field, but the team is seeking to honor an exceptional leader in the community.
The rewards of a career in academia are many. There’s the thrill of research discoveries, the pleasure of teaching, the joy of serving on faculty committees… okay, maybe not so much that last one. And as of next year, professors at Johns Hopkins can look forward to one more potential reward: The university just announced a major new annual prize for faculty members, worth a cool quarter of a million dollars.