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U.S. News Ranks School

2011 U.S. News Award Badge

With a growing reputation for addressing the issues of a changing landscape for business and the economy, the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation's Best Undergraduate Business Programs.


Economics of Public Health

David T. Levy, Ph.D.

The collected writings of David Levy, professor of economics in the Merrick School of Business, reads like a bibliography of international public-health insight and understanding. Levy’s expertise has made him a rarity in the field of public-health policy research and model-building: he has done research in more than 20 countries, as well as for numerous domestic organizations, and has delved into some of the most controversial topics in all of public-health research, including tobacco regulation and obesity. By the end of next year, he expects to have completed work for at least 20 more countries, as his status as an authority on the economics of health care keeps international policymakers listening.


Lewis Helps Students Succeed

Jackie Lewis, academic adviser

What constitutes good advice for business students? Is it mom and dad saying (repeatedly),”Get a job”? Is it life coaching? Is it someone ready and willing to tell students what they must do in order to succeed, both academically and in preparation for the job market?

At UB, it’s all of those things—and a little more.

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