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McDaniel grad to compete in Modern Pentathlon at Olympics

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Olympic dreams came true at 5:30 a.m. May 27 when Suzanne Stettinius ’11 found out she qualified as one of only three pentathletes representing the U.S. in the London games. Full Story


Math Education Mojo

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McDaniel’s graduate faculty boasts one of the nation’s most respected and effective mathematics educators, Francis “Skip” Fennell, past president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and its 2012 Lifetime Achievement… Full Story


Children’s Writing for Grown-Ups

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Writers who aspire to join the ranks of J.K. Rowling and Dr. Seuss will find education and inspiration in the completely online certificate program, “Writing for Children and Young Adults,” offered by McDaniel’s Graduate and Professional… Full Story


Parents of first-year students sample all things McDaniel

 Parents of first year students sample all things McDaniel
In the midst of the normally quiet summer months at McDaniel College, 160 parents of the Class of 2016 spent two days having their own orientation to college life, a month before their children arrive on campus. Full Story


They Played Like Champions

McDaniel College women's softball 2012 Centennial Conference Champions.
McDaniel softball took the Centennial Conference championship May 6 with a 9-0, six-inning victory over second-seeded Washington College to claim its third tournament title, sixth overall and first since 2004. Full Story


Build your story at McDaniel

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Jessica Watson was born the oldest of four children and raised in Washington D.C., where she always possessed a knack for merging business sense with natural creative talent. During her sophomore year at McDaniel, she turned her dorm room… Full Story


College launches new program in elementary STEM education

 College launches new program in elementary S T E M education
First-grade teacher Amy Leckron explains the Barbie creature she designed to live on another planet during a STEM education course. Full Story


Professor’s talent for teaching earns SAGE award

Sara Raley’s commitment to teaching earned support from SAGE Publications for the Sociology professor to attend a workshop on new teaching techniques at the American Sociological Association (ASA) conference this summer in Denver. Full Story


Swim coach blogs about alumna’s quest for Olympic gold

Cheer along with McDaniel head swim coach Jeff Hiestand as he travels to the 2012 Olympics with modern pentathlete and McDaniel alumna Suzanne Stettinius and blogs about the experience from a coaches’ point of view. Full Story


Professor to head Public Administration graduate program

 Professor to head Public Administration graduate program
Richard M. Smith, alumnus and assistant professor of Sociology, has been named coordinator of the new graduate program in public administration at McDaniel College. Full Story


McDaniel swimmers are scholars too

 McDaniel swimmers are scholars too
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America recently released its Team Scholar All-American list for the Spring 2012 semester and McDaniel was among the Division III teams recognized. Full Story


Nat'l Chocolate Cupcake Day
October 18, 2017, 11:00 am
Dinner on Us
October 18, 2017, 5:00 pm
150 Years on the Hill at Rice Gallery
October 19, 2017, 10:00 am
Family Weekend at On Campus
October 20, 2017, 8:00 am
Historical Walking Tour at WMC Alumni Hall
October 21, 2017, 12:00 am
October 21, 2017, 12:00 am
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