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  • Sara Parietti Study Abroad Spring 2024

    McDaniel students study abroad during spring 2024 semester

    During the spring 2024 semester, nine McDaniel College students immersed themselves in another country through their study abroad experiences in Budapest, Hungary, Seoul, South Korea, and Cusco, Peru.
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    McDaniel College names new Dean of Students

    Phillip A. Sullivan, Ph.D., who most recently served as associate dean of campus life and director of residential education and services at Oxford College of Emory University, has been selected as McDaniel’s new dean of students following a national search. He assumes the role at McDaniel effective Aug. 19, 2024.
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    McDaniel graduate alum selected as Carroll County Teacher of the Year

    Brian Thompson M.S. ’15, who graduated from McDaniel with a master’s in Curriculum and Instruction and an Administrator I Certificate, is the 2024-25 Teacher of the Year for Carroll County Public Schools, making him eligible to be chosen as the 2025 Maryland Teacher of the Year.
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    Joan Liptrot promoted as CEO executive director

    Joan Liptrot has been promoted as the new executive director of McDaniel's Center for Experience and Opportunity (CEO). Liptrot, who joined McDaniel in 2023 as director of international and off-campus programs, has more than 30 years of experience in education. She was previously director of service and civic engagement at Rider University.
  • 2024 Teachers of Promise

    Education graduates recognized as Teachers of Promise

    Seven McDaniel bachelor’s degree recipients who majored in Elementary Education or minored in PreK-12 or Secondary Education and one graduate from the accelerated bachelor’s to master’s five-year Secondary Education/M.S. in Teaching were recognized as Teachers of Promise by the Maryland State Department of Education.
  • DEI Committee Happy Hour 2024

    Alumni Association receives Insight Into Diversity’s Inclusive Excellence Award

    The McDaniel College Alumni Association has been nationally recognized as an Alumni Association Inclusive Excellence Award winner by Insight Into Diversity magazine. McDaniel is featured in the June 2024 issue of the magazine.
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    Alum and current McDaniel parent Robert Pick elected to McDaniel College Board of Trustees

    Robert Pick, executive vice president and chief information officer for Philadelphia-based Tokio Marine North America Services, has been elected to the McDaniel College Board of Trustees. Pick is a 1992 alum, who majored in History and Political Science, and his daughter, Reagan, is currently a rising senior with a student-designed major in French Studies.
  • Brittany Lang Athletics

    McDaniel Athletics announces new head coach for women's cross country and track & field

    Brittany Lang has been promoted to head coach of the women's cross country and track & field teams at McDaniel. Lang, who came to McDaniel in the fall of 2022, takes over for Doug Renner who will continue his duties as head coach of the men's cross country and track & field teams.
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    McDaniel College hosts summer camps and activities

    McDaniel College hosts various camps and activities throughout the summer. Contact each event organizer at the links provided for more information.
  • Liz Murphy CampusWorks

    Donation supports scholarship for incoming first-year students through the McDaniel Women's Leadership Network

    McDaniel College has received a $10,000 donation from higher education partner CampusWorks to support an endowed scholarship through the McDaniel Women’s Leadership Network. Liz Murphy, chief executive officer and chairman of the board for CampusWorks, has also personally donated to help fund a new experiential and emergency use fund, also through the McDaniel Women’s Leadership Network, to provide grants to assist current McDaniel students.