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University of Baltimore

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Baltimore, MD

Founding Date:
1925

Motto:
Knowledge that works

Enrollment:
4750

Official Website:
http://www.ubalt.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Spiro T. Agnew
Politician
9-Nov-1918 17-Sep-1996 US Vice President, 1969-73
Robert Borski
Politician
20-Oct-1948   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1983-2003
Dale R. Cathell
Judge
30-Jul-1937   Judge, Maryland Court of Appeals, 1998-2007
Roy P. Dyson
Politician
15-Nov-1948   Congressman from Maryland, 1981-91
Bill Emerson
Politician
1-Jan-1938 22-Jun-1996 Congressman from Missouri, 1981-96
Dan Gainor
Activist
Apr-1961   VP, Media Research Center
Bruce L. Hammonds
Business
?   CEO of MBNA, 2003-05
Red Holzman
Basketball
10-Aug-1920 13-Nov-1998 NY Knicks Head Coach, 1957-82
Frank Kratovil
Politician
29-May-1968   Congressman from Maryland, 2009-11
Kyle P. Legg
Business
c. 1950   CEO of Legg Mason Capital Management
Steven J. Milloy
Activist
?   JunkScience.com
Edward J. Muhl
Business
c. 1951   Former NY Insurance Superindendent
Robert Noel
Criminal
c. 1942   Presa Canario enthusiast
Dutch Ruppersberger
Politician
31-Jan-1946   Congressman, Maryland 2nd
William Donald Schaefer
Politician
2-Nov-1921 18-Apr-2011 Governor of Maryland, 1987-95
Charles W. Shivery
Business
c. 1946   Chairman of Northeast Utilities

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Glenn T. Harrell, Jr.
Judge
1945   Judge, Maryland Court of Appeals


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