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  • McDaniel College alumnus Camden Ostrander in NYC

    2018 alumnus co-writes scripts for 13-episode season on Spotify’s Dissect podcast

    Whether or not you are a fan of “Because The Internet” by Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover, tune in to Spotify’s podcast Dissect, with new episodes every Tuesday for the next 11 plus weeks, for Camden Ostrander’s incisive exploration of Glover’s second studio album, film, and screenplay. The 2018 alumnus and Dorsey Scholar co-wrote the season’s 13 episodes with Dissect’s creator and host Cole Cuchna.
  • Kelly Novak presenting research

    Forecast: Bright future ahead for senior with self-designed Meteorology major

    Kelly Novak teamed up with Physics professor Jeff Marx to design her major in Meteorology, a concentration of physics and math courses enriched with chemistry and environmental studies, which earned the Honors student a competitive summer research experience in atmospheric science and offers of funded graduate studies.
  • Daniel Adum, a senior at McLean High School in Potomac, Md., is involved in athletics, performing arts and student leadership. A state record holder in wrestling, he participates with his school’s government association and also dresses up as the McLean Mustang mascot

    Newest Dorsey Scholars named at McDaniel

    McDaniel College’s Admissions Office surprised five incoming Class of 2024 students by announcing them as the College’s newest Dorsey Scholars. The Dorsey Scholars Program is the highest academic honor at McDaniel and includes full tuition, room and board for all four years.
  • McDaniel College student Lan Mai presented at the Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference, Feb. 28-29. Mai’s poster presentation was titled “Construction of the k-Fibonacci Fractals" and based on his summer research.

    McDaniel College students present research at the Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference

    Students represented McDaniel College at the Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference, “Leadership in a Time of Change,” held at Harford Community College, Feb. 28-29.
  • Sheila Evans Artwork: Web Life

    Annual student honors exhibition showcases work by four senior art students

    Four senior art students showcase their works in the annual student honors exhibition. Titled “Paraphernalia of Human Experiences,” the exhibition runs Thursday, March 5–Friday, March 27, in Rice Gallery, Peterson Hall. An opening reception takes place Thursday, March 5, 5:30–7:30 p.m., with a gallery talk at 6 p.m.
  • Jade Enright, Molecular Biology major at McDaniel College, conducted research at Yale.

    Molecular Biology major conducts summer research at Yale as Amgen scholar

    Jade Enright, a senior Molecular Biology major with a strong Chemistry minor, conducted research at Yale University after being named an Amgen Scholar. Enright worked in a graduate molecular biology lab overseen by a Yale professor and staffed with four post-doctoral fellows, four Ph.D. students and a lab manager.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Jonathan Nepini '19 majored in Art with a Graphic Design specialization

    Class of 2019: Jonathan Nepini

    After Jonathan Nepini finishes his master's in graphic design, he plans to open his own design firm or work for a nonprofit related to environmental conservation in the Chesapeake. His senior honors solo art exhibition show tackled the issue of sea level rise in the Chesapeake Bay region from several different angles ranging from its environmental effects to its effects on the communities that border the Bay.
  • Taylor Bauman

    Senior Biology major Taylor Bauman named Academic All-American

    Honors student and senior Biology major Taylor Bauman just became the first two-time Academic All-American ever in Green Terror volleyball history.