Recent Marymount graduate talks COVID-19 perspectives on Arlington radio

Makayla Andrews, MS, a certified health education specialist and a recent Marymount University graduate in Health Education and Promotion, was a featured guest this week on “Aging Matters,” a weekly hour-long radio program on WERA-LP 96.7 FM. Andrews, along with host Cheryl Beversdorf and Arlington resident Carol Burnett, spoke on “COVID-19: Perspectives Across Generations.” In […]

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Marymount Board Chairman, Dr. Ed Bersoff, named a 2020 Laureate for the Washington Business Hall of Fame

Dr. Ed Bersoff, Chairman of Marymount University’s Board of Trustees, has been recognized as a 2020 Laureate for the Washington Business Hall of Fame, a signature lifetime achievement award that honors individuals who have made a lasting and significant impact on the greater Washington region through the private sector economy and serve as role models […]

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Marymount ready to accommodate first-year international students affected by new ICE guidance

On Friday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued its most recent guidance regarding international students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities for the Fall 2020 semester. Most notably, it clarifies that new foreign students will not be allowed to enter the country if their school is operating entirely online, with the recently-announced flexibility for […]

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WDVM: ICE blocks new international college students

United States Immigration just released new guidance regarding visas for new international college students that effectively bars them from entering the country if their institution is fully online.   Back in March, ICE and the Department of State announced legislation that all international students whose institution was fully online for the fall semester would not […]

Read More… Marymount signs on to national mutual-aid accord

Marymount University has become a member of the National Intercollegiate Mutual Aid Agreement (NIMAA), one of more than 100 signatory institutions across the nation that pledge to support each other in the event of a natural disaster or civil emergency.   Marymount joins Georgetown University and the George Washington University as members of the five-year-old […]

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Saints stay globally engaged through virtual global internships

While COVID-19 has unfortunately brought most summer travel to a halt, Marymount Saints are not letting this stop them from staying globally engaged. Throughout the spring semester, the Center for Global Education (CGE) worked with students to help them plan their international internships in global cities like London, San José and Toronto. When the pandemic […]

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Dr. Kenneth Harwood receives physical therapy field’s highest honor

Dr. Kenneth Harwood, the newly appointed Dean of Marymount University’s Malek School of Health Professions, has been named a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). This is the Association’s highest membership category honoring physical therapists that attain the greatest level of professional excellence and impact in terms of advancing the profession. […]

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