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  • Scholarships will be awarded from $1,000 to a value of up to full tuition annually through the Carolyn D. McGolerick Scholarship Fund.

    Scholarship named for alumna now available for McDaniel Graduate students pursuing a Master’s in School Librarianship

    The Carolyn D. McGolerick Scholarship is now available for McDaniel College graduate students pursuing a School Librarianship master’s degree in partnership with The Community Foundation of Frederick County. The scholarship is named for a 1971 McDaniel (formerly Western Maryland) College alumna, Carolyn D. McGolerick, who served as a librarian at Fort Detrick and at St. John’s School in Emmitsburg, Md.
  • McDaniel College has named Jennifer Glennon as the associate vice president of administration and Rose Mercier as director of human resources.

    McDaniel College names new associate vice president of administration and director of human resources

    McDaniel College has named Jennifer Glennon as the associate vice president of administration and Rose Mercier as director of human resources. Glennon '04 and Mercier '14 are both alumna of the McDaniel College master's degree program in Human Resources Development, now Human Resources Management.
  • McDaniel College junior Dalanda Diallo presented “Lives over Tribes: Ethnocentrism and Military Violence in Guinean Elections” at the virtual Maryland Collegiate Honors Council Conference.

    Honors students present research at virtual Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference

    Four students represented McDaniel College at the Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference, “In Honors, Black Lives Matter,” held virtually on Feb. 26-27. McDaniel College Honors students Dalanda Diallo, Signe’ Kula, Maxwell Pardoe, and Raquel Sobczak were excited to have the opportunity to present at the conference and enjoyed hearing and learning of the stories and research from other presenters.
  • McDaniel students Rebecca Halaney and Madelaine Lee along with McDaniel College President Roger N. Casey met virtually with Delegate Susan W. Krebs, who represents Carroll County, on Maryland Independent Higher Education Day.

    McDaniel College students participate in virtual Maryland Independent Higher Education Day

    McDaniel students virtually met with elected officials from Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Howard, and Prince George’s counties in support of the Sellinger Program, which provides funding for Maryland’s independent colleges.
  • Melissa Torres '24 smiles with the Green Terror on the third annual I Love the Hill Day.

    McDaniel College exceeds donor goal and raises record-breaking donations on I Love the Hill Day

    I Love the Hill Day was a resounding success thanks to the alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents, and friends who came together in support of McDaniel. Together, we exceeded our goal of 725 donors, ensuring we can support every student on the Hill today and for years to come. In fact, we raised more than $150,000, which is more funds than ever before on I Love the Hill Day.
  • McDaniel undergraduate students who decide to pursue these new degree options would apply in their junior year and would complete two graduate courses during their senior year.

    McDaniel and Johns Hopkins Carey Business School unveil joint degree program

    McDaniel College and Johns Hopkins Carey Business School have announced a collaboration to offer a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree program, starting in fall 2021. The new 4+1 program will include a bachelor’s degree from McDaniel and a master of science degree in either Finance or Marketing from Carey Business School, which has campuses in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
  • Parent and Family Council member Diana Kloorfain Smart, right, is the mother of sophomore Jane Smart.

    McDaniel College introduces new Parent and Family Council

    The McDaniel College Parent and Family Council serves as an advisory group for the college and is comprised of a diverse cross-section of families, which includes McDaniel’s most committed parents and family members. These parent and family leaders bring expertise, resources, and a passion for McDaniel College to both support and be actively engaged with the college.
  • Paul O’Sullivans

    Alumnus searches for name twins and creates four-musician band of Paul O’Sullivans

    When he embarked six years ago on a Facebook search for name twins, Paul O’Sullivan ’09 could not have imagined that he and three other musician Paul O’Sullivans would end 2020 with the release of their band’s first mini-album, “Internet Famous: A Retrospective.” Nor could Baltimore Paul – so nicknamed to distinguish him from the band’s other Pauls – have guessed that the album would bring media attention to the band from as far away as New Zealand and include Forbes, CBS National News, the Kelly Clarkson Show, and People magazine.
  • Honoring Black History Month, McDaniel College

    McDaniel College honors Black History Month with two virtual events

    Two virtual events organized by McDaniel’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion take place Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. and Thursday, Feb. 11, at 6:30 p.m. McDaniel’s Office of Student Engagement along with the Black Student Union, Africa’s Legacy, and Curl Friends student organizations are partnering on these events.
  • I Love the Hill Day, 2.23.21

    McDaniel College celebrates I Love the Hill month

    McDaniel College celebrates I Love the Hill month through February. With Feb. 23 marking the third annual I Love the Hill Day, alumni, students, faculty, staff, and more share the many reasons they love the Hill throughout the month.