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  • Becky Martin

    McDaniel mourns loss of longtime women’s basketball coach Becky Martin

    Becky Martin, a 1980 alumna of McDaniel College and for nearly four decades coach of the Green Terror women's basketball team, died Tuesday, June 8 after a long illness. She was 62. A stand-out student athlete in both volleyball and basketball, Becky took over the reins of the women's basketball program in 1981, just a year after graduating from the college, and was a staple on the Green Terror sidelines for 37 seasons prior to her medical leave in 2018. With her career 554-369 record, she is the winningest coach in Centennial Conference history.
  • Ed Singer '87

    Carroll County Health Officer Ed Singer ’87 honored with McDaniel’s Trustee Alumni Award

    Ed Singer ’87, Carroll County Health Officer and incident commander for Carroll County’s COVID-19 response, received McDaniel’s highest alumni honor, the Trustee Alumni Award, during the college’s 2021 Commencement in recognition of his career and service achievement.
  • Roger Casey

    McDaniel College holds Commencement ceremony for Class of 2020

    A year after they were supposed to cross the stage, the McDaniel College Class of 2020 was invited back to the Hill on Saturday, May 22, for a special Commencement ceremony honoring 325 bachelor’s and 230 master’s graduates. The 555 graduates, who were honored last spring with a virtual celebration due to the COVID-19 pandemic, were welcomed back to campus for their hard-earned day in the spotlight.
  • Class of 2021 senior profiles

    We are McDaniel: Class of 2021 Senior Profiles

    Here’s to McDaniel’s Class of 2021. They are distinctively McDaniel. Confident. Committed. Innovative. Curious. Genuine. Dynamic. Enthusiastic. World changing. Kind. We’re proud to call them alumni and prouder still to share a selection of their stories here – told as only they can tell them, in their own words.
  • Tag Day 2021

    McDaniel College celebrates the power of philanthropy through Thank a Giver (TAG) Day 2021

    The McDaniel College community celebrated the power of philanthropy through Thank a Giver (TAG) Day. This annual event, held by the McDaniel College Student Alumni Council on April 28, 2021, allowed the McDaniel community to recognize all of the college’s donors.
  • The Arch in Spring.

    Commencement speakers announced for McDaniel's 2020 and 2021 ceremonies on Saturday, May 22

    McDaniel College announces Commencement speakers and honorary degree recipients for both the 2020 and 2021 ceremonies to be held on Saturday, May 22. The 2020 Commencement Speaker is McDaniel College President Roger N. Casey, the college’s ninth president who is retiring at the end of the 2020-2021 academic year. The 2021 Commencement Speakers are Mary Lynn Durham and Bill Roj, both 1970 alumni, who supported the renovation of the college’s new Roj Student Center. The college also shares additional details about Commencement and Commencement-related events.
  • Investment Strategy Institute Class

    McDaniel College and Duquesne University form partnership

    A new partnership gives McDaniel undergraduate students in the Economics and Business Administration department, as well as eligible alumni, preferred admission to four master’s degree programs at Duquesne’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business.
  • Phi Beta Kappa 2021 Virtual Induction

    McDaniel alumnus and students inducted into Phi Beta Kappa national honor society

    On April 11, 24 students were inducted into McDaniel College’s Delta of Maryland Chapter of the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa national honor society. Alumnus Gerald H. Miller ‘63, who previously served as director of Michigan’s largest state agency, the Department of Social Services, was also inducted.
  • McDaniel College announces Jessica Willoughby as the new coordinator of the master’s degree program in Deaf Education at the college.

    New Graduate Program Coordinator in Deaf Education joins McDaniel

    McDaniel College announces Jessica Willoughby as the new coordinator of the master’s degree program in Deaf Education at the college. Willoughby, a 2018 alumna of the college, also serves as a lecturer in the program.
  • Scholarships will be awarded from $1,000 to a value of up to full tuition annually through the Carolyn D. McGolerick Scholarship Fund.

    Scholarship named for alumna now available for McDaniel Graduate students pursuing a Master’s in School Librarianship

    The Carolyn D. McGolerick Scholarship is now available for McDaniel College graduate students pursuing a School Librarianship master’s degree in partnership with The Community Foundation of Frederick County. The scholarship is named for a 1971 McDaniel (formerly Western Maryland) College alumna, Carolyn D. McGolerick, who served as a librarian at Fort Detrick and at St. John’s School in Emmitsburg, Md.