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January 13, 2020
Angela C. Johnson, professor of educational studies, was recently awarded a $103,473 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in support of her project titled: “Centering Women of Color in STEM: Data-Driven Opportunities for Inclusion.” The two-year grant began September 2019, and will fund… Find Out More
November 26, 2019
St. Mary’s College alumna Kaitlyn (Winsiewski) Marsh ’13 has been recognized as an Archdiocese of Baltimore 2019 Teacher of the Year, along with Jennifer Karn and Becky Egan Hogg. 

 

Marsh is a social studies teacher and field hockey coach at St. Mary’s High School in Annapolis, Maryland. She is… Find Out More
September 4, 2019
On Wednesday, Sept. 25, beginning at 4:45 p.m. in Goodpaster Hall, room 195, Angela Johnson, professor of educational studies, will present “‘I Can’t Really Think of Anything I Don’t Like:’ Locating and Learning from Universities Where Women of Color are Thriving in Physics.” The event is free of… Find Out More
August 26, 2019
 St. Mary's College of Maryland has joined the Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC).  Member institutions are committed to improving the education of future physics teachers.  

 

According to Angela Johnson, professor of educational studies and director of teacher education, “At St. Mary… Find Out More
August 22, 2019
St. Mary’s College Alumna Lynsey Hayden ’08 MAT ’09 has been recognized by the Maryland Council of Teachers of Mathematics with the Outstanding Mathematics Educator Award in the Elementary Teacher category. The award is given to one mathematics teacher in each category – Beginning Teacher,… Find Out More
May 15, 2019
Shields Elementary teacher Brennan Clarke was named the Cape Region’s 2020 District Teacher of the Year. Clarke will compete for state honors in October. Shields Elementary is located in Lewes, Delaware.

 

As an English as a Second Language teacher, Clarke works closely with the school’s English… Find Out More
August 3, 2018
Two St. Mary’s College of Maryland faculty members, Karen Leona Anderson, associate professor of English, and Liza Gijanto, associate professor of anthropology, have been honored with the college’s Aldom-Plansoen Honors College Professorship. One faculty member, Angela Johnson, professor of… Find Out More