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  • Liz Eiler earns master's degree

    Elizabeth "Liz" Eiler, of Baltimore, formerly of Taneytown, graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Education with a master's degree in special education and a certificate in Education of Students with Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders on May 21.
  • Creative process: Mouth artist finds joy through art

    Robert Florio fills in the dark, dropping branches of a tree in the wooded forest scene atop his easel. His dog, Red, a Pug and Dachshund mix, sits underneath a nearby table in the Glen Burnie basement studio, never straying from his owner's side....

    Reforms aim to make medical research safer for its subjects

    Reforms aim to make medical research safer for its subjects
    When University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers were looking for volunteers to test a vaccine for Ebola, which was killing thousands of people in West Africa, Andrea Buchwald raised her hand in Baltimore. "Scientific curiosity," the 29-year-...

    Creative Process: Mouth artist finds joy through art

    Creative Process: Mouth artist finds joy through art
    Robert Florio fills in the dark, dropping branches of a tree in the wooded forest scene atop his easel. His dog, Red, a Pug and Dachshund mix, sits underneath a nearby table in the Glen Burnie basement studio, never straying from his owner's side....

    For three quadriplegics, freedom found on the water

    For three quadriplegics, freedom found on the water
    Lance Hinrichs grew up around the sport of sailing, but he never truly appreciated the freedom it provided him until an accident during his junior year of college left him as a quadriplegic. It took six years of rehabilitation until Hinrichs could get...