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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.
  • Homecoming 2023

    McDaniel hosts Homecoming 2023

    McDaniel College alumni, students, families, and community members celebrate Homecoming 2023, Sept. 29 and 30, with Homecoming traditions along with a celebration of the Green Terror mascot’s 100th birthday and athletic events, including tailgating at Kenneth R. Gill Stadium. Additionally, the Green & Gold Challenge, a weeklong competition to support McDaniel's student-athletes, runs Sept. 25 through Oct. 2.
  • Mary Kay Connerton

    Four Maryland Teachers of the Year have ties to McDaniel

    Update as of 09.11.23: Anne Arundel County Teacher of the Year Mary Kay Connerton has been named a finalist for the 2023-24 Maryland Teacher of the Year. Originally posted 07.25.23: Graduate alumni Lauren Stevens M.S. ’09, who graduated with a master’s in Curriculum and Instruction; Mary Kay Connerton, who earned an Administrator 1 Certificate; and Alisha Swann M.S. ’20, who graduated with a master’s in Curriculum and Instruction, along with current Graduate student Laura Moore, who is currently enrolled in the Administrator I Certificate program are Maryland Teachers of the Year for 2023-2024. They are all eligible to be chosen as the 2023 Maryland Teacher of the Year.
  • Photo of Tracy Imm.

    Nora Roberts Faculty Award goes to adjunct lecturer Tracy Imm '87 for Social Impact Storytelling course

    Tracy Imm is an adjunct lecturer in the Communication and Cinema and Economics and Business Administration departments and a 1987 alum of the college. She received the college’s Nora Roberts Faculty Award, which provides financial support for a faculty member to establish or build upon a social justice, service learning, or community engagement project.
  • 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.
  • McDaniel Teachers of Promise for 2023

    Education graduates recognized as rising stars

    Eight graduates who majored in Elementary Education or minored in PreK-12 or Secondary Education were recognized as rising stars in education. Kate Cramer, Emma Lindell, Brittany Mitchell, Jessica Raver, Carlena Sheeto, Heather Shockley, and Jada Stump were named Teachers of Promise by the Maryland State Department of Education, while Carly Ludwig was selected as a 2023 Distinguished Teacher Candidate by the Maryland Association of Teacher Educators (MATE).
  • Headshot of alum Yelli Coulibaly.

    Alum earns prestigious Boren Fellowship to study in Senegal

    Yelli Coulibaly ’20, who majored in Political Science with a specialization in International Studies and minored in French, was awarded a Boren Fellowship to travel to Senegal, where she will intern with the National Democratic Institute and study the Wolof language for a six-month term.
  • Coley and Hodge Award Winners

    Student and faculty awards presented at Graduate Commencement

    Three special awards were presented during the May 20 Graduate Commencement ceremony. Two student awards were given to master’s degree recipients in McDaniel’s Reading Specialist: Literacy Leadership and Deaf Education programs, while a faculty award was presented to an online adjunct lecturer in the School Librarianship program.
  • Hollywood producer Jim Wilberger ’72 (left) with his former intern and production assistant Tricia Meola ’15 (right) and Communication & Cinema professor Jonathan Slade ’88 (center) during a tour of his studio in L.A. in 2016.

    Hollywood Producer Jim Wilberger '72 receives highest alumni honor

    Jim Wilberger, who is currently executive producer of Hallmark Crown Media and has more than 101 producing credits for movies, mini-series, and television movies, received the Trustee Alumni Award, the highest alumni honor given at McDaniel. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts in 1972 and regularly hosts McDaniel students in Los Angeles for film internships, assists the McDaniel Cinema Department with mentoring programs for current students, speaks on campus, and donates instructional materials to the department.
  • McDaniel College students performing at Jazz Night.

    McDaniel College students perform in annual spring music concerts

    April and May are filled with musical performances featuring McDaniel students. For more information about the performances, which are free and open to the public, call 410-857-2599.