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MICUA’s 16 private, nonprofit colleges and universities serve 64,000 students annually and award 28% of all degrees conferred by a Maryland four-year institution.

WHAT'S NEW

Mike WoodMaryland's Capitol College Becomes Capitol Technology University
Capitol College today announced its new designation as Capitol Technology University, reflecting its identity as an educational institution dedicated to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) curricula across undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs.

Goucher pictureI-Team: Political poll differences depend on questions
As each candidate in Maryland's race for governor is pointing to polls showing different outcomes, 11 News is questioning how accurate those polls can be. Election Day is a little more than a month away.

art studentArt Schools Work to Erase Image of Graduates as ‘Starving Artists’
Not all parents would display the restraint Russell Benamy did when his daughter Erica declared her intention to go to art school. Sure, he was dismayed: "$200,000 to play with crayons?" the management consultant, who was a chemical-engineering major, recalls thinking. "You’ve got to be kidding me."

1812 Ashland AveEBDI's next lab building takes shape
It’s been six years since Forest City Enterprises Inc. opened a lab building as part of an 88-acre redevelopment in East Baltimore near Johns Hopkins Hospital — time the company has used to learn lessons from the recession as it starts its next project.

Group PhotoFormer I-Fund Board Chairs Honored by Presidents of Maryland’s Independent Colleges
At noon today, the presidents of Maryland’s independent colleges and universities presented Harry O’Mealia and Dave Quaranta—former Chairs of the Independent College Fund of Maryland (I-Fund)—with honorary plaques in recognition of their outstanding leadership. 

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