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  • Stop Kiss Publicity Photo

    McDaniel alum directs students in Theatre Arts department’s production of “Stop Kiss”

    McDaniel College Theatre Arts presents a production of the acclaimed comedy-drama “Stop Kiss,” directed by McDaniel alum Zack Callis '21. Performances are Thursday, Oct. 5-Saturday, Oct. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in WMC Alumni Hall. Note: the show contains adult material and is intended for mature audiences.
  • Westminster Welcome 2023

    Welcome to the Hill, Class of 2027!

    Nearly 500 first-year and transfer students became part of the McDaniel College community during move-in and orientation events for the Class of 2027.
  • Class of 2026 move in

    McDaniel College welcomes the Class of 2027

    McDaniel College welcomes the newest class of Green Terrors to the Hill. New student orientation for the Class of 2027 kicks off at move-in on Thursday, Aug. 24.
  • Four students pose with professor Elly Engle in front of a vegetable garden at the McDaniel Environmental Center.

    Preparations begin for new Jam Garden at McDaniel Environmental Center

    Three student researchers are making their mark at McDaniel with the Jam Garden, a new edible plant garden and outdoor learning space proposed by Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Elly Engle and funded by the 2023 Ira G. Zepp Teaching Enhancement Grant.
  • Two students and a professor stand together in the lab, all three wearing white lab coats.

    In the lab: students illuminate sunscreen performance

    We wear sunscreen to prevent burns, but have you ever wondered if your go-to formula is really blocking the sun? To find out, student researchers are testing the light-blocking abilities and chemical compositions of popular sunscreens as part of the Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program.
  • Professor Farzad Ahmadi stands with student Tania Mendez-Perez in the lab.

    Physics major makes a splash in thermodynamics summer research

    Assistant Professor of Physics and Engineering Farzad Ahmadi and Tania Mendez-Perez, a senior Physics major specializing in Engineering, are studying how water droplets react to superheated surfaces, particularly those exhibiting porosity. Their project is a part of the Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program.
  • Stock Nursing

    McDaniel College receives MHEC approval to pursue launch of four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    McDaniel College has received approval from the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) to develop a comprehensive four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The development of a new four-year Nursing undergraduate program aligns with McDaniel’s current strategic plan and helps to address the nursing shortage in Carroll County and the surrounding region.
  • Allison Kerwin Biology

    Biology professor receives research grant from the National Science Foundation

    Allison Kerwin, assistant professor of Biology, has received a three-year grant of $437,393 to study the effects of insecticides on jellyfish development and survival from the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of the Building Research Capacity of New Faculty in Biology (BRC-BIO) program.
  • Lawson Mazer Seidel Trustees

    McDaniel College Board of Trustees elects three new members

    McDaniel College has named three new members to its board of trustees. Keith Lawson '79 is the deputy general counsel for tax law at the Investment Company Institute (ICI), Dr. Millard Mazer '83 is a periodontist, and Deborah Seidel '84 is a retired vice president of T. Rowe Price.
  • Student Mandy Smith painting on an easel at Baugher's local market stand.

    120 minutes with a plein-air painting research group

    In the Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program, Art students Zoe Shelby, Sarah Mendez, Lacy Newhouse, and Mandy Smith are painting en plein air with Professor of Art Steven Pearson to develop oil painting techniques and experience an art practice with a long tradition. Their work will appear this November in a campus art exhibition alongside visiting artists.