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  • McDaniel Accounting student Jyoti Duwady interviews virtually with accounting firms

    Accounting Interviewing Day 2020 is a virtual success

    It may not have been the traditional in-person Interviewing Day that Accounting, Economics and Business Administration students have known in the past, but the first half of Interviewing Day 2020 was no less successful with nine accounting firms holding 84 virtual interviews with 31 McDaniel Accounting majors. The second half of Interviewing Day continues in the spring when other majors in the Economics and Business Administration department will have the opportunity to meet with employers for internships and jobs.
  • McDaniel College alumna Jocelyn Collins '16

    The Daily Record names Jocelyn Collins ’16 to VIP Successful by 40 list

    Jocelyn Collins ’16 has been named to The Daily Record’s 2020 VIP Successful by 40 List. As Maryland and Washington Government Relations Director for the American Cancer Society Action Network, Collins is a lobbyist who is also an advocate. “From youth, I always loved giving back and making the world a better place,” Collins told The Daily Record.
  • Kylie Baker

    Five McDaniel students awarded Summer Intern Fellowships

    The Summer Intern Fellowship is awarded by the CEO at McDaniel College to provide competitive awards to help defray the cost of summer internships for current students. The program is supported, in part, by generous gifts from The Rupe-Stuart Internship Award, courtesy of McDaniel College Board of Trustee member Mark Stuart M.S. '94 and Timothy Rupe, and The Nora Roberts Foundation.
  • McDaniel rising senior Faith Young with Jonathan Slade, professor of Communication & Cinema, and Kayla Catlin ’20.

    Cinema major earns prestigious national ‘Star Trek’ internship

    Cinema major Faith Young of Takoma Park, Md., has been selected as one of two fellows for the inaugural year of the national “Star Trek” Command Training Program in Los Angeles. This brand-new internship, hosted by the Television Academy Foundation in partnership with CBS Television Studios, was open to undergraduate and graduate college students nationwide and launched in 2020 to promote core values of the “Star Trek Universe.”
  • Ravi Patel at the Taj Mahal, India

    Senior Spanish and Political Science major named Fulbright finalist

    Ravi Patel, a senior at McDaniel College, has been named a Fulbright finalist for an English Teaching Assistant Award in Indonesia. Patel is a double major in Spanish and Political Science with a specialization in International Studies. He has traveled to 27 countries around the world, but there’s one place he has not reached yet.
  • Students from the Writing for Nonprofit Organizations course visit with McDaniel College Board of Trustees member Mark Stuart, president and chief executive officer of The San Diego Foundation.

    Writing for Nonprofit Organizations course allows students to gain real-world experiences, even from a distance

    McDaniel College students participate in internships with local nonprofits as part of McDaniel College's Writing for Nonprofit Organizations course. The course strengthens the College's relationship with the Westminster community and gives students firsthand experience by having them complete accredited internships at local nonprofits.
  • 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.
  • Molecular Biology major Cooper Hostetler

    Biology major’s passion for plants feeds his research to improve soybeans

    Like many science majors, Cooper Hostetler wants to make the world a better place through technology. But the McDaniel senior Molecular Biology major’s focus isn’t medicine or engineering or even video game design. Instead he imagines fields of green — literally —  producing super food for animals and people.
  • McDaniel College History major Sera McClintock during her historical society internship

    Coaxing stories from everyday antiques is History major’s dream internship

    At first glance, Sera McClintock saw nothing out of the ordinary about the antique child’s desk she had gently pulled from storage at the Chester County (Pa.) Historical Society. And then, the McDaniel junior opened the desk drawer — and discovered treasures more valuable than gold.
  • Caitlin McCadden in Lab.

    Curiosity sparks Chem student’s research from cancer drugs to medical cannabis

    Organic chemistry changed Caitlin McCadden's career direction from orthodontics to medicinal chemistry research.