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Ricker to assume duties as interim president following the departure of Andrea E. Chapdelaine, Ph.D.

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Loyola senior Lily Tiger, ’24, was recently awarded a prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to teach English in Greece next year.

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Legacy gift from Anica Donnan Rawnsley ’51 to support scholarships for future generations of Goucher students

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Loyola University Maryland earned a STARS Bronze rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the AASHE

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Construction expected to generate hundreds of direct trade jobs, thousands of indirect positions

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Annual List Recognizes Outstanding Achievements by Women Demonstrated Through Professional Accomplishments, Community Leadership, and Mentoring

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Cheryl Moore-Thomas, Ph.D. was named to the 2024 list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by The Daily Record.

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Dr. Kathryn Handy Receives Maryland Higher Education Commission’s Dr. Peg E. Daw Nurse Faculty Annual Recognition Award

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Dr. Jonathan Scriven took 16 students to participate in the first International Labor Organization Model UN conference.

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The Dr. Peg E. Daw Nurse Faculty Annual Award Recognizes 35 Maryland Nurse Faculty for Their Outstanding Service

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MICUA advocates for private nonprofit institutions in matters relating to public policy or other interest. MICUA provides services to meet the needs of independent higher education and fosters cooperative efforts among its member institutions and all segments of higher education.

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