President Tuajuanda C. Jordan was recognized during Southern Maryland’s First Annual Women Inspiring Women conference, held in Solomons, Md. President Jordan was recognized with a 2017 Trailblazing Award for Outstanding Leadership in Advocating the Standards for Higher Education. The conference’s inaugural theme was “Helping Others to Rise Up.”
Dr. Tuajuanda C. Jordan was recognized as a “Woman on the Move” by the Associated Black Charities at the annual Women on the Move Empowerment & Networking event. The event was created in an effort to promote and focus on the responsibilities of women leaders, and each year recognizes women business leaders, women organizations, and Find out more »
St. Mary’s College of Maryland will waive the application fee for any first-generation student who applies to St. Mary’s College. Per www.imfirst.org, a first-generation college student is defined as a student whose parent(s) have not completed a bachelor’s degree. This means that that student is the first in his or her family to attend a four-year college to attain a bachelor’s degree. “First-generation students may Find out more »
On June 13, President Jordan sat on a panel for the International Leadership Association titled “Women, Power, and Influence.” The international panel of four distinguished women explored power and influence in politics, education, business, nonprofit and community.
On Sunday, June 4, on behalf of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, President Tuajuanda C. Jordan was given the River Champion Award by the St. Mary’s River Watershed Association during its annual “A River Affair” celebration. The celebration took place on the State House lawn overlooking the St. Mary’s River. This is the Find out more »
President Tuajuanda Jordan delivered the keynote address entitled “Leadership and Collaboration Across Boundaries” at the 2017 Capital PKAL Regional Network Conference at Morgan State University on April 14, 2017. During the conference, Dr. Jordan was awarded Morgan State University’s first annual Trailblazer Award for contributions she has made to STEM throughout her career, including creating Find out more »
Saturday, Oct. 15 Dr. Tuajuanda Jordan was presented a Talented Tenth Award on behalf of the Washington Fisk Alumni Association. The awards are presented to alumni of Fisk University who live and/or work in the Eastern Region and have made exceptional contributions in their community and profession. The award was presented during the Talented Tenth Find out more »
Dr. Tuajuanda Jordan spoke at the Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE) Annual Conference on Oct. 6, 2016, at the Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel in Ocean City, Md. Participants at the conference included State of Maryland school board members, superintendents, and other education leaders. Dr. Jordan’s keynote address was titled, “Tomorrow Belongs to Those Find out more »
Dr. Tuajuanda Jordan is featured on the cover of The Daily Journal’s Path to Excellence magazine, Sept. 2016 edition. She is featured along with 9 other female Maryland college presidents. As students returned to the classrooms, the magazine asked each president about their mission, what students need to know before they graduate, and what best Find out more »
On, Friday, July 29, in Hollywood, MD, Dr. Jordan sat on a panel discussion with local law enforcement and community leaders to discuss racism in America. The event was titled Black and Blue: A Time of Reconciliation & Understanding.