What’s new at Marymount for Fall 2024?

What’s new at Marymount for Fall 2024?

Marymount University is undergoing exciting new developments for the upcoming fall semester. These include introducing an innovative program in artificial intelligence, expanding facilities, adding a pep band and forming a women’s flag football team — all set to enhance the overall Marymount experience.  Expanding knowledge of artificial intelligence Marymount now offers a Bachelor of Science […]

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Marymount Honors students research AI, mental health, heart disease and more for 2024 VCHC Conference

Marymount Honors students research AI, mental health, heart disease and more for 2024 VCHC Conference

Last month, honors program students and faculty from higher education institutions across Virginia and West Virginia traveled to Radford University to attend the 2024 Virginias Collegiate Honors Council (VCHC) Conference. With the theme ‘Into the Wilderness,’ attendees were asked to explore the boundaries of their visions for a sustainable future. While there, six Marymount honors […]

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Marymount professor helps build a new future through University’s Engineering program

Marymount professor helps build a new future through University's Engineering program

In this episode of “Faculty in Focus,” we spotlight Dr. Harish Aryal, Assistant Professor of Engineering within the College of Science and Humanities. He highlights his effective teaching style, why engineering is so crucial in today’s world and his ambitious ideas for the University’s engineering programs.  What are your current areas of focus within engineering, both […]

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Intelligence field panelists champion self-worth, diversity in ‘See Her, Be Her’ event

Intelligence field panelists champion self-worth, diversity in ‘See Her, Be Her’ event

Highlighting the remarkable contributions of three Latinas in the intelligence field, Marymount University’s student-run Intelligence Club hosted an informative ‘See Her, Be Her’ panel event in the Reinsch Auditorium last month.   All three featured speakers — Carmen Medina (former CIA Deputy Director of Intelligence), Arlene Gaylord (FBI Executive Assistant Director for Information and Technology) and Stephanie […]

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Marymount’s Sr. Patricia Helene Earl retiring after 26 years of service

Marymount’s Sr. Patricia Helene Earl retiring after 26 years of service

After 26 years of dedicated service, primarily as the Director of Marymount University’s Catholic School Leadership Program (CSLP), Sr. Patricia Helene Earl will retire from the institution this month.  Sr. Patricia’s Marymount journey began not as a faculty member but as a student. During her youth, she attended Marymount’s Junior School for eight years. After […]

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SGA president-elect Nick Blose speaks on hopes for upcoming year

SGA president-elect Nick Blose speaks on hopes for upcoming year

  On April 25, Marymount University’s Student Government Association will hold a swearing-in ceremony for its newly elected student executive board. Among the new executives is president-elect Nick Blose, who will succeed current SGA president and graduating senior Nicholas Mariel. Blose, a Criminal Justice major from Emmaus, Pa. who plans to attend law school after […]

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Professor’s new accreditation shines spotlight on sustainability at Marymount

Professor's new accreditation shines spotlight on sustainability at Marymount

  Dr. Julia Doto, Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance at Marymount University, has received certification as a Climate for Health Ambassador through ecoAmerica, which empowers health care leaders to advocate for climate solutions. In this role, she will serve as a resource for companies, legislators and members of the general public who want […]

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Marymount junior selected for prestigious political science fellowship

Marymount junior selected for prestigious political science fellowship

  The story of Elene Japaridze, a junior political science and international relations major at Marymount University, is a narrative woven from the threads of her personal experiences with conflict and occupation in her homeland of Georgia. Growing up amidst the complexities of war and her father’s involvement as a soldier during the 2008 Russia […]

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Annual Marymount 5K raises money for patient care abroad

Annual Marymount 5K raises money for patient care abroad

  This Saturday, April 20, Marymount University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program will host its ninth annual Marymount 5K. Attracting nearly 250 runners every year, the event raises funds to support patient care during the program’s yearly service learning trips. Proceeds are used to purchase medical supplies, expensive tests and screenings and patient education […]

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Graduating SGA president reflects on time at Marymount, importance of student leadership

Graduating SGA president reflects on time at Marymount, importance of student leadership

  On April 3, Marymount University’s Student Government Association (SGA) announced election results for the 2024-25 academic year. Rising senior Nickolas Blose, currently the SGA treasurer, will succeed graduating senior Nicholas Mariel as SGA president. With his time as SGA president drawing to a close, Mariel reflects on how serving the Marymount community has shaped […]

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