Cupola Now December 12, 2013
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  CAPTE > MBC Physical Therapy Program Meets Key Benchmark
The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences reached a crucial benchmark in pursuit of full accreditation by the internationally recognized Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education, allowing students to be accepted into Mary Baldwin’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program.

 

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  VWIL marching in Richmond > VWIL to March in Governor’s Inaugural Parade
Mary Baldwin College’s Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership Corps of Cadets has been selected to march in Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe’s inaugural parade on January 11, 2014.

 
  Window display > Downtown Store Showcases MBC
Mary Baldwin College is one of several Staunton landmarks featured in the holiday 2013 window display of Grandma’s Bait, a children’s toy and clothing store on East Beverley Street.

 
  Faculty Achievements > Scholarly Achievements
From the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences; the School of Social Sciences, Business, and Global Studies; the School of Education, Health, and Social Work; and the Spencer Center.

 
 
MBC in the News
  News Leader
> Mary Baldwin College health sciences building half-way done
The construction of Mary Baldwin College’s new health science building in Fishersville is about halfway done and on track to be completed in May 2014, just in time for students to start in June.
  WHSV
> Remembering Nelson Mandela
Jim Gilman, who teaches philosophy and religion at Mary Baldwin College, said Mandela lived and impacted the world with integrity.
  News Leader
> AME church looks back with ‘praise house’ service
The Praise House Service at Allen Chapel AME Church on Sunday was part of the Rev. Andrea Cornett-Scott's African-American Religious Studies class at Mary Baldwin College. A big part of her class is centered around the birth of the black church.
 
Happy Holidays: Featured Events
 
> TODAY
Holiday Luncheon
As exam week winds down and winter settles into the Shenandoah Valley, faculty and staff gather in Hunt Dining Hall for the college’s annual holiday celebration. Featuring a greeting by President Pamela Fox, a blessing by College Chaplain The Rev. Katie Low, a special meal provided by Dining Services, and a holiday carol sing-along, the event is a festive end to the fall semester.
 
> DECEMBER 24–JANUARY 1
College closed for winter break.
     

Visit the college calendar for a full listing of MBC events.

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