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  • Mackenzie McBride

    Elementary Education major recognized as Distinguished Teacher lands first job

    Not only did Elementary Education major Mackenzie McBride land a full-time teaching position as a fourth-grade teacher for this fall, she also was honored as both a Distinguished Teacher Candidate by the Maryland Association of Teacher Educators and a Teacher of Promise by the Maryland State Department of Education.
  • Roger Isom

    Roger Isom ’16 gets involved as an advocate for DEI at McDaniel

    When presented with the opportunity to join a DEI Advisory Committee at McDaniel, Roger Isom '16 realized it was a unique chance to support the current students as an alum by providing his perspective on the future of the college. From his involvement, the DEI Dashboard was born. The DEI Dashboard will serve as a monitoring tool for ongoing projects related to matters of diversity, equity, and inclusion at McDaniel.
  • 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.
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    We are McDaniel: Class of 2022 Senior Profiles

    McDaniel’s Class of 2022 are trailblazers and change-makers. They invite new challenges and use every discipline to find innovative solutions. Bold and adventurous, passionate and caring, they’ve left their mark on McDaniel and will make an impact in all that they do.
  • Don Mohler TAA

    Former Baltimore County Executive receives highest alumni honor

    Don Mohler, former Baltimore County Executive who spent his entire career in public service, received the Trustee Alumni Award, the highest alumni honor given at McDaniel. He earned both a bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 1972 and Master of Liberal Arts degree in 1977 from the college.
  • staff pose for One Hill One Day

    First-ever One Hill, One Day, exceeds donor goal and raises record-breaking donations

    The first-ever One Hill, One Day, was a resounding success due to the overwhelming support of alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students, and friends. The entire McDaniel community came together to exceed the donor goal of 1,000 donors with 1,429 total and raised $228,136—the most ever on a single day of giving.
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    McDaniel College honors Charter Day with One Hill, One Day

    On Wednesday, March 30, the McDaniel community and friends have the chance to come together for one day during One Hill, One Day to give in support of current and future McDaniel students.
  • Alumna Amy Latta poses in front of bookshelves.

    The mess and joy of creativity

    Amy Davidson '02 Latta is sharing the art of hand lettering and the path to creative discovery, one lesson at a time. We asked her about her newest book and her advice on all things creative.
  • Aaron Slaughter '13

    Alumni honored as 40 Under 40 professionals

    Several McDaniel alumni were recently named 40 Under 40 professionals for exceptional contributions to their professions and communities. Aaron Slaughter ’10 was nationally recognized as a 40 Under 40 Black CPA, and Ashley Day-Gibbs ’12 and Bryan Hamper ’06 were recognized by Baltimore Business Journal as 40 Under 40 Baltimore professionals. Baltimore Business Journal also recognized Joe Dominick, a partner in Gauge Digital Media, who attended McDaniel while launching his first business.
  • Board President Bruce Preston

    Alumnus Bruce H. Preston '75 selected chair of the McDaniel College Board of Trustees

    Bruce H. Preston, a longtime real estate executive, has been chosen to serve as chair of the McDaniel College Board of Trustees. Preston is a 1975 alumnus and has served on the college’s Board of Trustees since 1995.