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  • Phani Gaddipati knew for two months he had won a trip to San Francisco, but he had to keep it quiet until this week. “I told my family,” Gaddipati said. “I couldn’t really do much else because they didn’t want me to tell anyone else.”

  • TheMaryland Institute College of Art announced Wednesday that it will launch a master's program in filmmaking and will run it out of a historic Station North theater that will be home to both MICA and theJohns Hopkins University's film programs.

  • Jet lag and a language barrier did not stop 27 Chinese students from participating in a discussion about unemployment and the economy at Loyola University on Tuesday. The students are in town this week as part of a global business immersion program created by Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business and Management the Beijing Institute of Technology.

  • The Daily Record today announced its 2014 Maryland’s Most Admired CEOs, a group of 30 top leaders in for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations statewide. The winners will be recognized during an awards dinner Sept. 18 at the BWI Hilton.

  • Johns Hopkins and Morgan State universities have embarked on a new collaborative educational program designed to combine the strengths of both institutions to benefit their students and faculty members, as well as the fields of science and engineering.

  • For those waiting on surgery to place a defibrillator inside their chest, special vests can deliver lifesaving shocks in the event of a heart arrhythmia. But the downside, some say, is that the vests are so uncomfortable some patients don't wear them all the time. A team of undergraduate Johns Hopkins University students, led by an alumnus inventor, set out to build a new prototype defibrillator vest that is more comfortable and works more effectively.

  • Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will sign a pact with several leading universities and hospitals Wednesday to work together on some of the city's most vexing challenges, officials said.

  • While many aspects of the college experience are steeped in tradition, every year more college graduates are leaving the customary path and seeking less traditional methods of employment, most notably, as entrepreneurs.

  • Timothy M. Campbell joined then-Villa Julie College as CFO in May 1998 when the commuter-heavy school had an annual budget of $20 million. At what’s now Stevenson University, Campbell oversees a budget that has ballooned to $140 million.

  • Can a river have a heart? If the Chester does, it must beat faster after last week. The Center for Environment & Society at Washington College held a ceremony to dedicate the Chester River Watershed Observatory Friday, May 30.

  • There was a mistake, Johns Hopkins University officials told Amanda Valledor at Thursday's graduation. Her diploma had been misplaced, and the biomedical engineering student would have to wait, they said.

  • Graduation speeches are often forgettable, but chances are members of the McDaniel College Class of 2014 won't soon forget when their college president rapped before handing out degrees. That's right: McDaniel President Roger N. Casey chose to deliver his brief remarks to Westminster college's 760 graduates in the form of an a cappella rhyme on Saturday afternoon.

  • On Sunday, May 11, St. John’s College held its two hundred twenty-second commencement ceremony in Annapolis. The commencement speaker was Andrew J. Krivak, an alumnus of the Annapolis Class of 1986, and a National Book Award Finalist for his first novel,The Sojourn.

  • Vision accomplished. Hood College President Ron Volpe announced Thursday that he plans to leave the school in June 2015, one year before his contract is set to expire in 2016.

  • Governor Martin O’Malley, environmental advocates and scientists will gather on the banks of the Chester River on Friday, May 30 with Washington College to dedicate a new initiative concerning watershed stewardship.