Less than 100 feet from the admissions office parking lot is the new St. John’s Site Archaeological Museum, which allows visitors to explore the historical and archaeological significance of St. Mary’s City. Admission to the museum is free and it is open 10am-5pm Wednesday through Sunday.
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Washington Post photographer James Parcell came down to campus on a blustery February 13th and captured St. Mary’s College windsurfers in action.
St. Mary’s alum, Rebecca Pineo, created and launched a sustainable landscape website as part of her internship with the University of Delaware Botanic Gardens. The website explores and explains the benefits of sustainable landscapes. They are promoted for maintaining soil integrity, hydrological function, plant and animal diversity, and contributing to human wellness.
A Baltimore Examiner article about how St. Mary’s alum Jeff Shepherd has received $75,000 from the Maryland Technology Development Corporation to fund his start-up company focused on helping college students land their first job after college. His program uses a web-based application that allows students to post information such as transcripts, video interviews, and resumes to a targeted database that will be made available to employers in the Baltimore area.
The American Association of Science recently profiled St. Mary’s alum Alasdair Brooks in their publication Science Careers, for an article on commercial archaeology. After graduating from St. Mary’s he went on to earn a master’s degree from the University of York in England. Brooks now works for Oxford Archaeology East.
NPR’s Bryant Park Project did a really great story last February on St. Mary’s second annual Polar Bear Splash to raise awareness about climate change. The story also includes an audio slideshow narrated by St. Mary’s student, Shane Hall.
SMCM Awarded Audubon Certification in Environmental Planning