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News Archive 02/26/13

Dr. Jeanine S. Stewart will join McDaniel as new provost

Dr. Jeanine S. Stewart
McDaniel College selects a new provost and dean of the faculty. Dr. Jeanine S. Stewart, a professor of psychology with a decade of experience in higher education administration, joins McDaniel College effective July 1, 2013. Full Story


Hill Happenings 2-26-13 to 3-27-13

Tom Paxton
Read on for a list of events on the Hill in the coming weeks. Full Story


Sports Wrap 2-26-13

Senior Joe Camlin wrestling.
Senior Joe Camlin won the Centennial Conference wrestling heavyweight title, junior Emma Duesterhaus swam to her first gold, freshman swimmer Brad Brooks took three gold medals and senior Carlos Hernandez won gold for shot put in Feb. 22-24 events. Full Story


Artist pays tribute to craft in solo exhibition

A piece by Amy Boone-McCreesh titled Maximal Mermaid Mirror.
A solo exhibition at McDaniel College showcases 2-D and 3-D mixed media works by Amy Boone-McCreesh. “Ornate Organics” runs Feb. 26-March 22, with an opening reception 7-9 p.m. and artist’s talk at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26, in Rice Gallery,… Full Story


Theatre Arts students perform fantasy about painter’s final years

A poster advertising The Sleep of Reason.
McDaniel College Theatre arts students perform in “The Sleep of Reason,” a highly imaginative fantasy examining the turbulent final years of one of the world’s greatest painters, Francisco Goya, at 7:30 p.m. March 6 in WMC Alumni Hall at… Full Story


Corrieri named head men’s soccer coach

Stephen Corrieri
Stephen Corrieri has been named McDaniel College's head men's soccer coach. Full Story


Model U.N. enriches students’ cultural and international experience

18 McDaniel students before getting on the bus to Harvard's Model UN in Boston.
McDaniel’s contingent of 18 students gathered in Boston recently at Harvard’s Model U.N. to discuss the greatest challenges facing the world today with more than 3,000 delegates from 300 colleges and universities in 48 countries. Full Story


Reviewers cheer grad instructor’s new children’s book

Lisa Graff
Rave reviews from Time for Kids, the Wall Street Journal and others celebrated the recent release of Lisa Graff’s new children’s novel – just as the adjunct lecturer was wrapping up “Reading Like a Writer,” the online course she developed… Full Story


Students spend day with legislators supporting independent colleges

McDaniel senior Alan Lyons.
The benefits of Maryland Independent Higher Education Day in Annapolis to students and legislators alike reach beyond promoting the importance of the state’s independent colleges and the Sellinger Program that provides financial aid to… Full Story


Environmental Studies senior maps Carroll County sinkhole density

Environmental Studies professor Mona Becker and senior James Porteous analyze limestone.
Senior James Porteous doesn’t graduate until December but already he is putting his Environmental Studies major to work identifying possible sinkholes and mapping their density in Carroll County for his senior capstone project. Full Story