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  • Two students collaborate at a computer.

    Machine learning research prepares Computer Science majors for competitive careers

    During Student-Faculty Summer Research with Computer Science and Mathematics professors Ting Zhang and Paul Lin, six Computer Science majors used machine learning techniques to create computer models that work in ways similar to the human mind.
  • Three students pose with Holly Martinson in a field.

    Biology students contribute to international database

    Four senior Biology majors researched plant-pollinator interactions with Assistant Professor Holly Martinson for the eight-week Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program. They shared data from their rain-or-shine field work with the international Nutrient Network project while learning the skills that all ecologists need to know.
  • Two students sit with Professor Qin Fang in front of a computer that shows a map.

    From archive to online: History majors take on digital humanities

    With GPS as the most common form of everyday navigation, cartography may seem like a lost art. But two History majors spent the summer with Associate Professor of History Qin Fang using digital tools to make centuries-old Chinese maps interactive and accessible.
  • Women's soccer team photo on a grassy field.

    Recent Psychology graduate studies how DIII student-athletes coped with COVID

    Psychology major and women’s soccer player Lauren Murray ’22 conducted research on the coping mechanisms of Division III student-athletes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She presented her findings at the 36th Annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference and McDaniel's Inaugural Academic Symposium.
  • Linda Semu - Ira G. Zepp Distinguished Teaching Award

    Faculty earn top teaching awards

    Three McDaniel professors have earned awards for their dedication to teaching and scholarship, awarded at McDaniel's 152nd Commencement ceremony. The awards are: the Ira G. Zepp Distinguished Teaching Award, Ira G. Zepp Teaching Enhancement Grant, and the Shelton Adjunct Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence.
  • MCHC Conference 2022

    Three Honors students selected to present research at virtual Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference

    Seniors Rebecca Halaney, Zachary Ruggerie, and Raquel Sobczak represented McDaniel College at the Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference held virtually Feb. 25-26.
  • Scott Seburn was the seasonal living history and historic gardener intern at the Conococheague Institute

    Students gain hands-on experience thanks to McDaniel’s Summer Intern Fellowships

    Ten McDaniel students were awarded Summer Intern Fellowships from McDaniel’s Center for Experience and Opportunity (CEO) to support summer internship experiences. 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.
  • Student Faculty Research

    Students make a difference through McDaniel’s Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program

    McDaniel College students strive to make a difference in the world through the Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program. Students are learning how to solve real-world problems, whether it’s restoring local wetlands that are under threat worldwide or joining in research efforts to discover drugs to treat COVID-19 following the global pandemic. The Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research experience is an eight-week program for undergraduate students at McDaniel to pursue research, which is supported by donors.
  • Maggie McDevitt

    McDaniel recognizes faculty for teaching, scholarship, research, and service

    McDaniel faculty were recognized throughout the last week of classes for the 2020-2021 academic year by Provost Julia Jasken during a Faculty Appreciation Week, coinciding with National Teacher Appreciation Week (May 3-7).
  • 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.