University of Baltimore
Thumel Business Center
phone: (410) 837-5078
Biographical Information Terry Ross is the Program Manager for e-Learning at the University of Baltimore and works in the the e-Learning Center, which maintains UBOnline, UB's online campus. The University's
webMBA program was the first AACSB-accredited, fully-online MBA program
in the world, and has been called "one of the best" by U.S. News. In the Fall of 2001, the University unveiled its
program, which offers upper-division undergraduates the opportunity to earn a BS in Business, while UB's webMPA
program provides online delivery of an NASPAA-accredited M.P.A. degree.
Terry has also been an Adjunct Professor
of Management Information Systems at the University's Merrick School of
He has lived in Chicago and Baltimore, and
his ideal city would combine the summers of the former with the winters of
Educational backgroundTerry has earned both a B.A. in
Philosophy and an M.A. in
Creative Writing from the University of
Illinois, Chicago; an M.A. in English Literature
from Johns Hopkins, and an M.S. in Management
Information Systems from the University of Baltimore.
Previous work experience Terry has worked in the University's
Web Teaching Lab, a forerunner of the e-Learning Center. He has taught English and Composition at the
University of Illinois, Chicago; Johns Hopkins in Baltimore MD; and
for five years at Hood
College in Frederick, where his English courses included Shakespeare,
17th-Century Literature, Modern Irish Literature, and survey courses.
He has also been a free-lance writer and an extra
Other Internet experience
In addition to his work, Terry manages these
sites, each of which is the home to a cluster of highly informational pages:
Hobbies and InterestsTerry is an avid birder, and a past President
of the Baltimore Bird Club.
He is also both a Civil War and an opera buff, has visited most of the
major league baseball parks in the East, and spends more time online than is good
This page is maintained by Terry Ross, who can be reached at email@example.com. This
was last updated on November 14, 2013. I don't always refer to myself in the third person.