February 8, 2019
On Thursday, February 7, a faculty, staff, and student team representing the Heirloom Garden Project – a new partnership between the environmental studies program at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and Historic St. Mary’s City – received a grant award from the Maryland Agricultural Council during… Find Out More
February 4, 2019
Andrew Cognard-Black of the St. Mary’s College department of sociology recently was elected by the National Collegiate Honors Council membership to serve on the board of directors. Selected from a slate of 10 nominees, he will fill one of three vacant seats on the Council’s board beginning this… Find Out More
January 14, 2019
Professor of Music David Froom's "Before the Dawn" for saxophone and piano was performed by Tim Powell (saxophone) and Molly Orlando (piano) at the 41st International Saxophone Symposium, sponsored by the United States Navy Band, this year taking place at George Mason University in Fairfax,… Find Out More
November 20, 2018
St. Mary’s College of Maryland Visiting Professor of Biology Seabird McKeon has released the first episodes of “The Naturalist Podcast” (www.naturalistpodcast.com) from the new Maryland location. Covering all aspects of local and distant natural history, the podcast is a conversational adventure in… Find Out More
November 14, 2018
Seabird McKeon, a visiting faculty member with St. Mary's College department of biology, has been named the natural history special initiatives coordinator for the Ecological Society of America. In this national role, McKeon will be championing the role of natural history clubs and organizations on… Find Out More
October 3, 2018
Professor of Music David Froom's latest composition, "Hidden Motives," has just been published by American Composers Edition. He has been invited to speak about his new work at the University of Maryland, College Park on Oct. 11. The premiere performance of this work will take place on Saturday,… Find Out More
August 13, 2018
This summer, seven St. Mary’s College students, faculty, and staff participated in the national meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in Washington, D.C., along with affiliated conferences: Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year and the Physics Education Research Conference… Find Out More
August 8, 2018
On November 12 and 13, 2018, David Froom will be the Maurcie Abravanel Visiting Distinguished Composer at the University of Utah's School of Music. During his residency, he will give a public lecture, interact with composition students, and be honored at a concert featuring his work. 
July 17, 2018
Barry Muchnick, assistant professor of environmental studies, published an article in June 2018 in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. In “The Challenge of Coordinated Climate Change Education,” Muchnick and his co-authors highlight how sustainability educators can more effectively… Find Out More
May 1, 2018
Josh Grossman, associate professor and chair of the physics department at St. Mary's College of Maryland, has had a letter published in Physics Today, the magazine of the American Institute of Physics (AIP).  Titled, "Broad Academic Experience is Best," the letter rebuts a critique of broad… Find Out More
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