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  • Brittany Powers, Brandy Taylor and Gina Payne Deal, alumnae of McDaniel's master's in School Librarianship program, are pictured with Mona Kerby.

    Graduate Professor and Coordinator Mona Kerby named a national service award recipient for her contribution to school librarianship

    Mona Kerby, the L. Stanley Bowlsbey Endowed Chair at McDaniel College, has been named the recipient of the 2020 American Association of School Librarians’ Distinguished Service Award. Kerby coordinates the School Librarianship program and also serves as coordinator of the Writing for Children and Young Adults and Learning Technologies Specialist certificate programs.
  • Daniel Adum, a senior at McLean High School in Potomac, Md., is involved in athletics, performing arts and student leadership. A state record holder in wrestling, he participates with his school’s government association and also dresses up as the McLean Mustang mascot

    Newest Dorsey Scholars named at McDaniel

    McDaniel College’s Admissions Office surprised five incoming Class of 2024 students by announcing them as the College’s newest Dorsey Scholars. The Dorsey Scholars Program is the highest academic honor at McDaniel and includes full tuition, room and board for all four years.
  • McDaniel College student Amanda Halcott portrayed Caroline in “The Grass is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome,” directed by McDaniel College student Patsy Zetkulic. Halcott is with Marshall, played by McDaniel student Corey Van Huff.

    Theatre Arts students receive national nominations

    McDaniel College Theatre Arts students receive national nominations for their acting work during McDaniel College’s Student-Directed Play Festival. Students must first compete at the regional level in January 2021 before potentially heading to the national competition at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in April 2021.