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  • McDaniel graduates received their celebration in a box – their own commemorative bell to ring during the Zoom bell-ringing and a McDaniel baseball cap welcoming them to the Alumni Association.

    Class of 2020 celebration echoes across the country and around the world

    Cheers, congratulations and the ceremonial ringing of bells poured in from two dozen states and eight countries in virtual celebration of the accomplishments and bright futures of the McDaniel College Class of 2020. Families and friends of the 555 graduates joined in the day-long festivities that included virtual awards ceremonies, a slide show featuring every graduate and departmental receptions — all culminating in the traditional bell ringing and welcome as the newest alumni.
  • McDaniel College seniors were recognized with academic, activity and leadership awards during a virtual Celebration Day.

    Seniors honored with academic, activity and leadership awards

    McDaniel College seniors were honored with academic, activity and leadership awards during their 2020 Celebration on May 23. The awards ceremonies were held virtually with Provost Julia Jasken presenting academic awards and Dean of Students Liz Towle presenting activity and leadership awards.
  • Carson Marshall of Brookeville, Md., is a three-year ROTC scholarship recipient who earned a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and a minor in Performance, Fitness, and Conditioning.

    Nine ROTC cadets commission as new Army officers

    Eight McDaniel graduating seniors and one graduate student from The Green Terror Battalion were commissioned as Army officers during a virtual ceremony on May 22.
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    By the Numbers: McDaniel College Class of 2020

    Wondering about the Class of 2020? What are their top choices of majors? How many states and countries are represented among the graduates? Where did they study abroad? Here is a close-up view of McDaniel’s newest alumni, by the numbers.
  • Kevin McIntyre, Professor and Program Coordinator

    Program Spotlight: M.S. in Data Analytics

    In his two decades as professor of Economics at McDaniel, Kevin McIntyre has developed courses, conducted research, advised students, run search committees and served on a variety of academic committees. McIntyre brings all that experience coupled with his expertise teaching and mentoring students to his role as coordinator of the college’s new master’s in Data Analytics program.
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    Online Graduate program in Innovations in Teaching and Learning to launch Fall 2020

    McDaniel College is launching a Master of Science degree in Innovations in Teaching and Learning beginning Fall 2020. This program is being offered completely online to provide flexible scheduling and convenience to working educators. Innovations in Teaching and Learning, formerly Curriculum and Instruction, develops master teachers, as well as addresses current classroom trends and challenges.
  • Bell in front of campus in spring

    Message from President Casey

    McDaniel will be hosting a Celebration Day for the Class of 2020 on May 23, when we will salute your achievements on what would have been your Commencement day. Virtual events will take place throughout the day, including a Class of 2020 slideshow on the McDaniel College website, virtual senior awards ceremonies, virtual receptions hosted by Academic Departments and Graduate Programs, and a virtual bell ringing ceremony to allow each of you as members of the Class of 2020 to ring-out together to conclude the day.
  • Brittany Powers, Brandy Taylor and Gina Payne Deal, alumnae of McDaniel's master's in School Librarianship program, are pictured with Mona Kerby.

    Graduate Professor and Coordinator Mona Kerby named a national service award recipient for her contribution to school librarianship

    Mona Kerby, the L. Stanley Bowlsbey Endowed Chair at McDaniel College, has been named the recipient of the 2020 American Association of School Librarians’ Distinguished Service Award. Kerby coordinates the School Librarianship program and also serves as coordinator of the Writing for Children and Young Adults and Learning Technologies Specialist certificate programs.
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    Message from President Casey for the Class of 2020

    McDaniel announces planned May 23 Commencement ceremonies for both Graduate and Undergraduate students will not take place. Although there may not be a ceremony, students who complete their degree requirements will still receive their diploma in June.
  • Kimberly Johnson, pictured with friends

    Kimberly Johnson receives Bailer Award from McDaniel College

    Bailer Award recipient Kimberly Johnson earned a master’s degree in school librarianship in 2012 and obtained administrator I certification in 2019 from McDaniel. She’s a school library media specialist for Carroll County Public Schools.