Strategic Opportunities Funding Update

In May, the College Budget Committee received 10 requests to fund initiatives that support the college’s Regaining Momentum Agenda. In June, the committee reviewed these requests and made funding recommendations. Seven of the 10 proposals will be funded with temporary funds totaling $286,781. More information regarding the proposals received and those funded can be found on … Continue reading Strategic Opportunities Funding Update

Dr. Mandeep Virk-Baker Receives IDEA Scholarship

Dr. Mandeep Virk-Baker received the 2022 Public Health and Community Nutrition IDEA Scholarship and was recently appointed to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics IDEA Committee. Inclusion, diversity, equity, and access are among the top priority items in the field of Dietetics and public health. Dr. Virk-Baker’s scholarship and selection to the IDEA committee will be a … Continue reading Dr. Mandeep Virk-Baker Receives IDEA Scholarship

Dr. Mandeep Virk-Baker Invited Speaker at the NIH

Dr. Mandeep Virk-Baker was an invited speaker at the NIH for the Annual Sallie Rosen Kaplan (SRK)Career Day 2022. The SRK is a highly competitive and specialized postdoctoral fellowship program for women scientists in cancer research at the NIH. As an Alumane of the SRK program, it was an amazing opportunity for Dr. Virk-Baker to continue to … Continue reading Dr. Mandeep Virk-Baker Invited Speaker at the NIH

bill harcleroad Quoted in Chronicle of Higher Ed

bill harcleroad, Director of Campus Activities and Leadership, was quoted in an article, "Why One College Is Hiring a ‘Vibrant-Campus-Community Coordinator’" posted on August 2nd on how campuses are working to "restore student life." The article focuses on the work to be done on campuses but bill was asked to contribute due to his work in Summer … Continue reading bill harcleroad Quoted in Chronicle of Higher Ed

GSRC Safe Space Facilitator Call

The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center is looking for professionals interested in being trained as Safe Space (LGBTQIA+ education, awareness, and advocacy) training facilitators. Facilitators co-lead Safe Space Training sessions throughout the year for the campus community. Prior experience/training is encouraged but not required. If interested, please contact Emily Phelps.Emily Phelps, Equity and Inclusion

“The Maroons: Rebellion” by Ainsley Burrows – Aug. 30 – Oct. 14,  Reception – Sept. 1, 5-7 p.m.

Ainsley Burrows l "The Maroons: Rebellion" August 30 - October 14, 2022 Reception: Thurs, September 1, 5-7pm Martin-Mullen Art Gallery Ainsley Burrows is a Jamaican-born artist currently working in Baltimore, MD, and Brooklyn, NY. His work explores unwritten histories and the emotional expression of ancestry and contemporary experiences. "The Maroons: Rebellion", is his most prolific … Continue reading “The Maroons: Rebellion” by Ainsley Burrows – Aug. 30 – Oct. 14,  Reception – Sept. 1, 5-7 p.m.

“Time and Again” exhibition by Rhea Nowak – Aug. 15 – Oct. 1. Reception – Sept.8, 4-6p.m.

"Time and Again" is an exhibition of prints by Rhea Nowak, Professor of Art and Director of the Faculty Center in the Project Space Gallery. Showing work created over the course of the past several years, "Time and Again" is an exploration of memory, interrupted and restarted flow, questioning the relationships between mark and intention, and creating … Continue reading “Time and Again” exhibition by Rhea Nowak – Aug. 15 – Oct. 1. Reception – Sept.8, 4-6p.m.