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Highlighting Economic Development and Higher Education in Maryland

  • University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business Atrium 11 W. Mt. Royal Avenue Baltimore, MD 21230 (map)

Partnerships between higher education and economic development are key to Maryland's economy. Join us for the fourth in a series of conversations that highlight these unique partnerships. The University of Baltimore supports businesses in the region, creates new opportunities for its students, and actively participates in efforts to drive innovation, and small business growth.

Join us as we highlight the value of partnerships and hear from Maryland's economic development leaders. Speakers include: J. Thomas Sadowski, Vice Chancellor for Economic Development of the University System of Maryland; Kelly M. Schulz, Secretary, Maryland Department of Commerce; Dr. James D. Fielder, Jr., Secretary, Maryland Higher Education Commission; James E. Rzepkowski, Acting Secretary, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation; Kurt L. Schmoke, President of the University of Baltimore; and Kim Clark, President, MEDA and Executive Vice President, City of Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC).

Register today for this free event on March 29 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the University of Baltimore in the Merrick School of Business Atrium. Parking information can be found here. Parking vouchers will be available to all who attend the event. This event is only open to Leadership Maryland and MEDA members.

Thank you to our partners at the University System of Maryland and The University of Baltimore for hosting this event. This event is in partnership with Leadership Maryland.