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Washington College Announces Imbruce as CES Director

Washington College has named Valerie Imbruce, Ph.D., as the new director of the Center for Environment and Society (CES). Imbruce quickly stood out among a strong field of candidates during a national search process with experience and a vision that aligns with the evolution of CES.

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Loyola accepts nine entrepreneurs for Baltipreneurs Accelerator

Loyola University Maryland’s Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship accepted nine new participants for the center’s 2022-23 Baltipreneurs Accelerator, a four-month part-time program supporting startup businesses and social ventures with training, technical assistance, mentorship, networking, and access to capital.

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NDMU's Art Therapy Master’s Program Earns National Accreditation

Notre Dame of Maryland University’s Master of Arts in Art Therapy program was awarded initial accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), completing another significant milestone for the only master's program in Maryland that prepares graduates to become professional art therapists.

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Matthew Power Named President of MICUA

 
The Maryland Independent College and University Association (MICUA) announces the appointment of Matthew Power as the next President of MICUA, effective December 7, 2022. Mr. Power replaces Sara Fidler who led the organization from November 2019 through October 2022. Angela Sherman, Vice President for Academic Affairs at MICUA, is currently serving as interim President.

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Stevenson University Nursing Programs Achieve 10-Year CCNE Accreditation

Stevenson University is pleased to announce that the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) has certified the accreditation of Stevenson’s baccalaureate and graduate nursing programs for 10 years, which is the maximum term possible. CCNE accreditation applies to all of the University’s nursing programs: the Bachelor of Science Pre-Licensure program for traditional undergraduates; the RN-to-BS Nursing and Nursing Associate-to-Bachelor’s programs; and the Master’s in Nursing and graduate certificate programs.

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Puerto Rican Students Excelling in NDMU’s School of Pharmacy

There are approximately 1,500 miles between Puerto Rico and Notre Dame of Maryland University’s campus. Despite that distance, however, Puerto Ricans currently make up 15 to 20 percent of the current student population in NDMU’s School of Pharmacy, as personalized outreach from faculty and staff helped form a connection with the small Caribbean island which continues to grow stronger by the year.

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McDaniel College seniors, juniors, and sophomores honored with academic and leadership awards

More than 20 honors for academic achievement and leadership were awarded to current seniors, juniors, and sophomores during the Nov. 6 Undergraduate Awards ceremony held in Coley Rice Lounge during Parent and Family Weekend.

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Loyola celebrates first-generation college students

Loyola University Maryland will recognize its first-generation students, whose parents did not graduate from college, as part of the national First-generation College Celebration on Nov. 8. The celebration is one of a series of initiatives, which also includes peer support, allyship and other special events, that Loyola offers to support first-generation students.

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Loyola premiers film series showing work of Black entrepreneurs in Baltimore

Loyola University Maryland will premier the short film series, “Stories, Context, and Lived Experience of the Black Entrepreneur,” on Monday, Oct. 3, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Loyola’s McManus Theater. Created by Loyola faculty on location in Baltimore, the five short films capture the personal stories and experiences of Black entrepreneurs in Baltimore.

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St. John's College Celebrates Grand Opening of New Student Health and Wellness Center

St. John’s College today celebrated the grand opening of its Student Health and Wellness Center. The newly renovated center revolves around an integrated model of health services that includes primary care, free mental health services and counseling, vaccinations and health education in one central, accessible location for students.

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McDaniel College introduces new environmental center

Members of the McDaniel College community along with business and community leaders, government officials, and other invited guests gathered Sept. 29 for the official unveiling of the McDaniel Environmental Center.

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NDMU Becomes Co-ed

For more than 125 years, Notre Dame of Maryland University has broken barriers to provide high quality higher education to generations of diverse students. NDMU has continuously expanded its reach to create new educational opportunities for underserved populations and build inclusive communities. On Sept. 12, 2022, the NDMU Board of Trustees voted unanimously that the University become co-educational and enroll men into the traditional undergraduate program starting in fall 2023.

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MICUA Presidential Search

The Maryland Independent College and University Association (MICUA) seeks an experienced and accomplished leader to serve as its next President.

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McDaniel President Julia Jasken joins Baltimore's CollegeBound Foundation Board of Directors

McDaniel College President Julia Jasken has been selected to the Board of Directors of the CollegeBound Foundation in Baltimore.

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Loyola welcomes largest, most diverse class in school history

Loyola University Maryland welcomed the Class of 2026, the largest, most racially diverse class with the highest average high school GPA in the University’s 170-year history, at the University’s New Student Convocation on Friday, Sept. 2.

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Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business adds three new minors

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management introduced three new minors in accounting, management consulting and supply chain management.

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Two Notre Dame of Maryland University Juniors Named Clare Boothe Luce Scholars

A pair of Notre Dame of Maryland University rising juniors were recently selected as the recipients of full-tuition scholarships through the Clare Boothe Luce Program for Women in STEM.

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McDaniel's Reading Specialist graduate program receives national recognition

McDaniel College's Reading Specialist: Literacy Leadership master's degree program has received national recognition by the International Literacy Association (ILA).

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Stevenson’s Chemistry Program Redesigns to Help Students Find Their Career Fit Earlier

This year, Stevenson University’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry launched a redesign of the major to update curricula, mentoring, and academic experiences to strengthen career pathways for students.

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Hood's Business, Nursing, Education Programs earn national distinction

Hood College has been named a 2022-2023 National and Maryland College of Distinction and Maryland College of Distinction by Colleges of Distinction (COD). The College’s nursing, business and education programs were also named as programs of distinction by COD.

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McDaniel certificate program turns alum into a STEM leader

The STEM Instructional Leader (SIL) certificate program at McDaniel was developed in collaboration with the National Institute of Aerospace's (NIA) Center for Integrative STEM Education. It supports practicing educators in broadening their curricula and honing their approach to STEM education.

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Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan Visits Art Therapy Thesis Presentation at NDMU

Maryland’s first lady Yumi Hogan visited Notre Dame of Maryland University this week to salute nine master’s in art therapy degree candidates presenting their thesis projects in the state’s only graduate program preparing students to become professional art therapists.

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Hood College President Chapdelaine Named to American Association of Colleges and Universities Board of Directors

Hood College President Andrea E. Chapdelaine, Ph.D., has been named to the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Board of Directors following the association’s 2022 Annual Meeting. Chapdelaine is one of 13 members that will serve on the national board in 2022.

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Four MSMU Seniors Are Maryland Public Service Scholars

Four Mount students are participating in the Maryland Public Service Scholars program this summer. Christopher DePiazza, William Onofre, Elizabeth Schwab and Devin Peart, all members of the Class of 2023, are working at community-oriented, 10-week internships across the state. The Maryland Public Service Scholars program is an outreach of the Shriver Center, based at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Member organizations include the Maryland Department of Transportation Fellows Program, the Sondheim Nonprofit Leadership Program, the Sondheim Public Service Law Fellows and the Governor’s Summer Internship Program.

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NDMU’s Award-Winning PDS Program Wraps Up Successful 2021-22 Academic Year

Notre Dame of Maryland University’s teacher preparation program, which was recognized earlier this year as one of the top development programs in the country, continued to provide countless academic and professional growth opportunities for both NDMU students and participating local schools during the 2021-22 academic year.

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Hood College Receives $6M Grant via MICUA Capital Grant Program

Hood College has received a $6M grant via the Maryland Independent College and University Association (MICUA) Capital Grant Program in support of a $20.1M project to renovate and expand the Hodson Science and Technology Center.

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Two McDaniel College faculty members earn the Nora Roberts Faculty Service Award and the Distinguished Scholars Award

McDaniel College recognized two faculty members this spring with awards that support their initiatives in student enrichment and academic scholarship.

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Hood College Establishes Graduate-level Nutrition Science Program

Hood College is proud to officially launch the College’s Master of Science in Nutrition. The program, which is offered in a hybrid modality, is currently accepting students for the fall ’22 term with an expected graduation date set for summer 2024.

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Meet a Loyola graduate, human genome scientist, and one of TIME Magazine’s “Most Influential People of 2022”

Adam Phillippy, ’02, senior investigator at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), was recently named to TIME Magazine’s “The 100 Most Influential People of 2022,” for his research related to human genome sequencing.

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Transformative Leader Named New NDMU Provost

A transformative higher education leader, with a commitment to liberal arts education and innovative lifelong learning, was named the new provost and vice president for academic affairs at Notre Dame of Maryland University following a national search.

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