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  • Group photo of 2023 Arabic house students.

    Meet the international students leading language houses on the Hill

    Students of French, Spanish, and Arabic get the study abroad experience while living in language houses on the Hill. Meet the international students who are serving as house directors and studying at McDaniel for the 2022-2023 year.
  • McDaniel Environmental Center

    McDaniel College introduces new environmental center

    McDaniel College hosted the official unveiling of the McDaniel Environmental Center, an outdoor learning lab developed by students to engage in hands-on educational opportunities in agriculture, conservation, and environmental sciences, as well as community building. Additionally, McDaniel has received $2.3 million from the State of Maryland to fund educational environmental spaces and the college has introduced a new bachelor's degree in Food Studies this fall.
  • Clare Hoerl in the classroom with her students while they learn to use measuring tapes.

    McDaniel certificate program turns alum into a STEM leader

    The STEM Instructional Leader certificate program, developed in collaboration with the National Institute of Aerospace, is an opportunity for educators to become leaders in STEM. Clare Hoerl, a 2021 program graduate, discovered this firsthand when her new approach to teaching STEM earned her school — and McDaniel — a downlink with NASA astronauts.
  • Maryland Student Legislature Spring 2022

    McDaniel students win awards while participating in immersive, real-world learning experiences

    During the Spring 2022 semester, six students participated in the Maryland Student Legislature annual session in Annapolis, Maryland, and 19 students attended the National Model United Nations in New York City. Additionally, 13 students were newly named National Security Fellows.
  • 2022 Innovation Challenge HiQ Basketball Josh Arruda

    HiQ Basketball wins $5K top prize at McDaniel's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Challenge

    UPDATE: HiQ Basketball presented by senior Joshua Arruda, Accounting, Economics, and Business Administration triple major from Morrisville, Pa., earned the $5,000 top prize as the first place winner of McDaniel’s sixth annual Innovation and Entrepreneurship Challenge and got $1,000 as the People’s Choice winner.
  • Hood College

    McDaniel and Hood College establish accelerated Environmental Science degree

    McDaniel College students can now work concurrently towards a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies at McDaniel and master’s degree in Environmental Biology at Hood College.
  • Ben Smith STEM Center Director

    Ben Smith leads McDaniel College's new STEM Center

    As director of the college's new STEM Center, Ben Smith supports the recruitment, retention, and success of McDaniel students studying STEM. The Center is a comprehensive, college-wide resource for the sciences and quantitatively rich disciplines.
  • B. Sharise Moore and Jared Reck

    Two former Writing for Children and Young Adults graduate students find success in the publishing world

    Two former students in McDaniel’s Writing for Children and Young Adults (WCYA) graduate certificate program have found success in the publishing world. B. Sharise Moore, who specialized in WCYA while pursuing her master’s degree from McDaniel’s Innovations in Teaching and Learning (formerly Curriculum and Instruction) graduate program, had a debut fantasy novel, “Dr. Marvellus Djinn’s Odd Scholars,” released at the end of May. Jared Reck, who completed coursework in WCYA and currently teaches as an online adjunct lecturer in the program, has had “Donuts and Other Proclamations of Love” published with Knopf Books for Young Readers by Penguin Random House.
  • National Security Fellows

    McDaniel selects inaugural class of National Security Fellows

    McDaniel College selects 21 students into the inaugural class of the National Security Fellows Program. The National Security Fellows Program pairs with any program of study and provides McDaniel students with robust knowledge, skills, and experience in national security as well as the ability to specialize in an area of interest, such as interstate conflict, intra-state political violence, cybersecurity, ethics, and human rights.
  • McDaniel undergraduate students who decide to pursue these new degree options would apply in their junior year and would complete two graduate courses during their senior year.

    McDaniel and Johns Hopkins Carey Business School unveil joint degree program

    McDaniel College and Johns Hopkins Carey Business School have announced a collaboration to offer a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree program, starting in fall 2021. The new 4+1 program will include a bachelor’s degree from McDaniel and a master of science degree in either Finance or Marketing from Carey Business School, which has campuses in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.