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    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.
  • In this role, Jennifer Yang provides instruction and business strategy advice to students in the Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, formerly The Encompass Distinction.

    Jennifer Yang selected as Entrepreneur-in-Residence for newly named Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    Jennifer Yang has been named the entrepreneur-in-residence for McDaniel College’s newly named Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, formerly known as The Encompass Distinction. As the entrepreneur-in-residence, Yang provides instruction and business strategy advice to students in the program. Yang is an entrepreneur with more than 23 years of strategy, management, and technology consulting experience working with CXO-level stakeholders at Fortune 50 companies, start-up ventures, and federal agencies.
  • McDaniel’s Model UN team found time for touring while participating the event in China in 2018.

    New National Security Fellows Program expands students’ career opportunities

    Cyber attacks. Pandemics. Hurricanes. Terrorism. Wildfires. Civil unrest. As threats to national security increasingly invade American lives, the need has never been greater for professionals in every field with the knowledge and analytical skills to respond to these risks. McDaniel’s new National Security Fellows Program meets this need head on, giving graduates an edge in a surging market of high-paying jobs in private corporations, non-profit organizations, and government agencies alike.
  • McDaniel College campus in Fall with Keep the World Moving banner

    McDaniel offers new majors in American Sign Language and International Business

    McDaniel recently launched two new majors offering expanded opportunities to students interested in American Sign Language (ASL) and International Business. Earlier in the year, an additional eight majors were added, including Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Biochemistry, Biomedical Science, Criminal Justice, Health Sciences, Marketing, and Writing and Publishing.
  • Army ROTC has been a tradition at the college since 1919, and the Green Terror Battalion is one of the oldest ROTC programs in the nation.

    Nine McDaniel College students receive Army ROTC Scholarships

    Nine students have earned Army ROTC Scholarships. The scholarships, which are awarded based on scholastic, athletic and leadership attributes, cover full tuition and fees, plus additional funds for books, as well as a monthly living stipend. The students will be commissioned as second lieutenants and will be required to serve on active duty in the Army Reserve or National Guard upon graduating from McDaniel.