The Office of Alumni Engagement proudly offers a variety of events & programming for our Green Terror alumni to stay connected to each other and the Hill. Come back to this page for events geared specifically for alumni, as well as programming for our greater community that our Green Terror family is welcome to attend!
VirtualMcDaniel College Interfaith Series: Service within Jewish FaithApril 27th, 2021 at 6:30-7:30 p.m. EST
The McDaniel College Center for Experience and Opportunity and Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are proud to continue our partnership and bring to you topics on spirituality, faith, religion, and meditations as they relate to a variety of real-world issues. Our Interfaith Series brings together students, colleagues, and the public to discuss important subjects that can help prepare us for diverse and equitable workplaces, homes, and lives.
Carrie Parker, McDaniel Alum, will share how Jewish values influenced her life, from the personal side, to professional and service sides. This event is FREE and will take place over Zoom.
Please register below. Once registered, you will receive an email with event login details.
VirtualMemorial Bell Ringing CeremonyApril 30, 2021 at 3 p.m. EST
Please join us for our Memorial Bell Ringing Ceremony to honor a loved one or fellow alumni as our Student Alumni Council rings the Memorial Bell in honor of alumni who have recently passed, followed by the singing of our Alma Mater.
Virtual SmartTalk: Flip the ScriptTuesday, May 4, 2021 at 7 p.m. EST
Professor of History, Dr. Bryn Upton leads a conversation with McDaniel's 9th President, Dr. Roger N. Casey
Since SmartTalk's inception in 2010, President Casey has interviewed countless alums. Each one has inspired us with their stories and highlighted just what it means to "come at it like a Green Terror." But what exactly do you know about our host? Sure, you know him as McDaniel's ninth president and maybe even "Dr. Rog." After eleven years of serving as SmartTalk's host, it's finally time to flip the script and interview President Casey. And who better to do that than one our very own faculty members, Dr. Bryn Upton! Dr. Upton has been a member of the faculty since 2002 and serves as Professor and Chair of the History and Art History Department. In addition, he has been a guest speaker for multiple events and organizations including the Carroll County Public Library, Union Mills Homestead, Towson University, and other groups in the Greater Baltimore Area.
Join us as we learn more about President Casey - where he started, his journey to the college presidency, reflections from the Hill, and hopes for the future as he nears his retirement in June.
Requests for interpreters can be made up to one week prior to the event by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
A new partnership gives McDaniel undergraduate students in the Economics and Business Administration department, as well as eligible alumni, preferred admission to four master’s degree programs at Duquesne’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business.
On April 11, 24 students were inducted into McDaniel College’s Delta of Maryland Chapter of the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa national honor society. Alumnus Gerald H. Miller ‘63, who previously served as director of Michigan’s largest state agency, the Department of Social Services, was also inducted.
McDaniel College announces Jessica Willoughby as the new coordinator of the master’s degree program in Deaf Education at the college. Willoughby, a 2018 alumna of the college, also serves as a lecturer in the program.
Alumni ResourcesThe Center for Experience and Opportunity
The Center for Experience & Opportunity continues to be accessible to alumni after graduation and serves as a gateway for you to stay connected with current students. McDaniel alumni are encouraged to take advantage of the full range of alumni career services provided through the CEO. Our goal is to offer robust services and tools to help alumni create a competitive job search package, make valuable connections, and identify potential employers and industry trends.
Gathering together to celebrate and reminisce among friends and classmates, speaking to students groups, and volunteering to mentor are the best parts of being a Green Terror. In addition to signature events, the Alumni Engagement Office at McDaniel offers a variety of programming (virtual and in-person) throughout the year to engage alumni in the mission of our campus, connecting generations of Green Terrors. Let us know how you want to be involved - we cannot wait to hear from you!
Getting together with a group of alumni friends and want to infuse some Green Terror spirit? Request a spirit kit from the Office of Alumni Engagement! We'll send a free box to fit your event. All we ask in return is that you tell us who came and send us some photos from your special occasion!
Your name and graduation year
When, where and what type of event you're having
Names of alumni who are invited
How many future Green Terrors (children)
We'll send you WMC/McDaniel-themed decorations including: