Engineering professor Dr. Eric Bubar earns VFIC Harris Family Award

Engineering professor Dr. Eric Bubar earns VFIC Harris Family Award

  Dr. Eric Bubar, the founding Associate Professor of Engineering at Marymount University who is well known for using his scientific and 3D-printing talents to support those in need locally and around the world, has been recognized by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC) with a H. Hiter Harris Family Award for his dedication […]

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MU professor promotes solutions to Arlington “hot zones”

Hot zones are measured from Heat Watch campaign data that was collected using a device like the one shown.

  Newly released data showing Northern Virginia’s extreme heat spots is prompting Dr. Susan Agolini, Assistant Professor of Biology at Marymount University, to find solutions to alleviate “hot zones” throughout Arlington. Last summer, Dr. Agolini braved one of the hottest days in July to lead the University’s efforts in collecting temperature data across Arlington County. Teams […]

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Marymount students embrace female leadership at VFIC summit

Ten Marymount students embrace female leadership at annual VFIC development summit

  Leadership lessons, creating your brand and empowering your career – these are just a few examples of what close to 70 women learned firsthand during October’s three-day Women’s Leadership Development Summit in Glen Allen, Va., hosted by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC). The overall group, consisting of juniors and seniors at higher […]

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Marymount history professor earns Rising Star Award from VFIC

  Dr. Cassandra Good, Assistant Professor of History at Marymount University and an accomplished researcher of early American history and George Washington, has been recognized by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC) with a H. Hiter Harris Family Award for her dedication to higher education and student success. The special meeting and awards presentation, […]

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MU leads local Heat Watch project to detect extreme temperatures

Heat Watch project volunteers Maureen Dour, Learning Specialist at Marymount University, and her daughter, Patrice

  During one of the hottest days of the year, Dr. Susan Agolini, Assistant Professor of Biology at Marymount University, and more than 20 “community scientists” set out across Northern Virginia to understand where residents are most at risk during extreme heat waves. “The Heat Watch project is a way to measure the heat that […]

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