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  • student Elva Joya in front of hospital in Spain

    Fellowship in Spain reinforces sophomore’s dream of serving others through medicine

    Sophomore Elva Joya seizes every opportunity to explore a future in medicine from her double major in Biomedical Sciences and Psychology to her internship in Spain shadowing surgeons and learning about the country’s free public healthcare system.
  • McDaniel College Gilman scholarship recipients (l-r) Faith Young, Emem Akpan and Priscilla Owusu will study abroad during the spring semester and over the summer of 2020

    Three McDaniel juniors land prestigious Gilman scholarships to study abroad

    Supported by U.S. Department of State Gilman scholarships, Emem Akpan and Faith Young are studying abroad at McDaniel Europe, the college’s branch campus in Budapest, during spring semester and Priscilla Owusu heads to Dijon, France, in the summer to learn more about French culture and become more fluent in the language.
  • McDaniel College women's soccer team during a study abroad trip to the Alps

    Soccer and adventure, in the shadow of the Alps

    Women's soccer team took the trip of a lifetime to Bavaria in Germany and on to Switzerland and its majestic Alps to visit picture-postcard villages, tour castles older than the U.S. and compete on soccer fields tucked into hillsides rimmed by snow-capped peaks.
  • Connor Norton, Political Science and Computer Science major, in Belgium during his study abroad experience in Brussels.

    There’s no place like Brussels for a Political Science major studying French

    Connor Norton's study abroad in Brussels began as an adventure and way to fulfill credits and requirements toward his degree, but it evolved into an experience that would forever change the Honors Political Science and Computer Science major’s life.
  • Jackie Fahrenholz (left) and Kathryn Dixon during their Jan Term study trip to the Bahamas

    Environmental Studies major immerses in real-life experiences around the globe

    The Hill has become a home base of sorts for Jackie Fahrenholz's adventures in experiential learning. Nature is the McDaniel senior’s classroom in remote locations all over the world.
  • Chemistry major Maddie Jackstadt research a natural product from the rain forest

    Chemistry seniors explore natural products for capstone research

    Chemistry major Madelyn Jackstadt’s capstone research into the anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties of the stinging nettle plant began deep in the Amazon rain forest when a friend was stung by the plant Jackstadt has come to see as “ironic.”
  • Jasmin Chavez '19

    Class of 2019: Jasmin Chavez

    Jasmin Chavez '19 brought a League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) chapter to McDaniel and says it has been one of the most transformative experiences of her life. Having the opportunity to empower council members so that they can serve as advocates in their respective communities has transformed the way she views leadership.
  • Class of 2019: Morgan Collinson

    Morgan Collinson completed two internships and studied abroad at McDaniel's branch campus in Budapest. The Accounting Economics and Business Administration major earned her first internship during Interviewing Day, a Business Administration department program that brings about 25 companies to campus to do quick 20-minute interviews with multiple students in a three-hour period.
  • Atticus Rice '19  majored in Political Science and Communication

    Class of 2019: Atticus Rice

    Atticus Rice crossed the country from Portland, Oregon, to major in Communication and Political Science with a specialization in American Politics and Law. As co-editor-in-chief of the McDaniel Free Press, he worked with a team to increase the number of print issues and overhaul organizational policies and structure to help achieve the goal of delivering the news the McDaniel community deserves to know.
  • 2019 graduate Olivia Maenner

    Class of 2019: Olivia Maenner

    Kinesiology and Spanish major Olivia Maenner's best class ever was Anatomy with Kinesiology professor David Petrie because the course reminded her of how much she loves learning about anatomy and gave her a great foundation which she took with her to Occupational Therapy graduate school.