Walking in an Amputee’s Shoes
Exercise Science senior's independent summer research explores prosthetics.
Capstone Explores Medicine’s 3D Future
As part of her research, Molly Schonfeld visited a company that uses 3D printers to make custom prosthetic limbs and was inspired to write her final paper about this new technology.
“We think of prosthetics as arms and legs, but now with 3D printing, they’re making organs,” says professor David Petrie, who advises Schonfeld’s independent study. “We’re graduating students who may be on the initial part of this future in medicine.”
With the increasing need for occupational therapists who can work with wounded veterans and others who may need prosthetics, Schonfeld, an Exercise Science and Physical Education major, will be prepared for advanced Occupational Therapy training.
Science Academy and more touch down on the Hill.
High Marks for Teacher Ed
Education Prof Scores Emmy
PBS Show = Early Math Skills
RINGING IN THE CLASS OF 2018
New Student Orientation
Starting on August 20 with Move-in Day, the New Student Orientation events assist you in the transition to McDaniel, both academically and socially. There is time to get settled in your hall, get to know classmates, meet professors, and figure out where all of your classes actually take place on campus. By Monday you’ll feel like a Green Terror!
The First Year Program has orientation programs for first-year students and new transfer students.
2013-2014 Year In
As a sophomore, Ryan O’Boyle earned two post-season gold medals, a trip to the NCAA Div III Championship, and was named Wrestler of the Year. MORE
Get ready for move-in day with this video of last year's freshman class arriving on the Hill.
FIRST JOB: Connecting Kids and Mentors
Recent Grad Named
Baltimorean “To Watch”
As the development manager at Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake, 23-year-old Kaitlyn Thomas ’11 promotes mentoring relationships between youth and adults in the community. For her creativity and impact she was named one of “10 People to Watch Under 30,” a special recognition by b, the free weekly published by The Baltimore Sun.
Thomas, a Sociology major, works on everything from community outreach to fundraising. Her favorite experience is a special project she organized called “Mentoring Monologues” in which adults and youths tell their stories. “They’re making changes and making a difference in their communities — it’s powerful and inspiring.” (photo by Algerina Perna / Baltimore Sun)
Alumnae Named Best Teachers
Three McDaniel graduates are among Maryland’s 24 teachers of the year, recognized for excellence in teaching and leadership in their respective counties.