Greta Cady ’17 has been awarded the JASSO Scholarship for Study Abroad in Japan. Cady will study at Akita International University for a semester. She will receive 80,000 Japanese yen per month, approximately 785 USD, to assist with living expenses. At St. Mary’s, Cady is majoring in international languages and cultures with a concentration in Find out more »
This summer, Jordan Ashley ’17 competed in the U.S. National Baton Twirling Championships with her team, The Dynamics. The team qualified to compete in April 2015 with Team USA in the Junior Dance Twirl Team Category at the World Championships in Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy.
Randolph Larsen III, associate professor of chemistry and chair of the chemistry and biochemistry department, completed a summer fellowship with the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division at the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Larsen was a part of the 2014 Office of Naval Research Summer Faculty Research Program. His summer research included the development Find out more »
The Mathematical Association of America’s MathFest is the largest annual summer conference for mathematicians. The conference was held August 6-9, 2014 in Portland, Ore. Alex Meadows, associate professor of mathematics, and Bradley Putnam ’15 presented their paper entitled “A New Twist on Wythoff’s Game.” Putman developed this project during the St. Mary’s Undergraduate Research Program Find out more »
The Mathematical Association of America’s MathFest is the largest annual summer conference for mathematicians. The conference was held August 6-9, 2014 in Portland, Ore. Assistant Professors of Mathematics Emek Köse and Casey Douglas led panel topics entitled “Undergraduate Research in Mathematics: How, When, Why Part I-II” and “Project Based Curriculum I-II.” Alex Meadows, associate professor Find out more »
Scott Mirabile, assistant professor of psychology, published an article entitled “Parents’ inconsistent emotion socialization and children’s socioemotional adjustment” in the Sept. – Oct. 2014 issue of the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. Professor Mirabile identifies how parents may be inconsistent in their emotion socialization (e.g., by modeling emotional negativity and punishing children’s emotional negativity) and demonstrates links between Find out more »
St. Mary’s College is pleased to announce the promotions (effective Aug. 1, 2014) of the following faculty: Promoted to Full Professor Angela Johnson (educational studies) joined the St. Mary’s faculty in 2002. She earned her undergraduate degree at Bryn Mawr College and her Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. She has taught courses in multicultural education, research Find out more »
Professor of Religious Studies Katharina von Kellenbach was noted for her Holocaust research in East Berlin in an article regarding the first woman rabbi, Regina Jonas. During von Kellenbach’s research, supported by College faculty development funds, she discovered the only known existing photo of Regina Jonas. Additionally, von Kellenbach was described as a “widely respected scholar of Find out more »
Professor Julia King spoke at the 2nd annual 17th Century Domestic Material Culture Symposium in Surry, Virginia on July 12. King discussed the role of artifacts and architectural design in the understanding of religion and politics in Maryland. Earlier this summer, King along with two alumni and a current student presented an open house of Find out more »
Professor of History Christine Adams published an op-ed entitled “The Supreme Court Has Decided Women’s Rights Aren’t Human Rights” on RH Reality Check. The op-ed discusses the Supreme Court ruling on Hobby Lobby employee contraception.