Cupola Now April 11, 2013

  Ever Ahead > Young Scholars Earn Recognition
Meagan Barron '15 and Emily Carroll '16 have received the Margaret Wren de St. Aubin Leadership Scholarship — an award recognizing students who display outstanding leadership.


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Dan Stuhlsatz

Catching Up
An alumna from the Class of 2002 brought her daughter to campus on a recent visit with friend and Associate Professor of Sociology Dan Stuhlsatz. Visit the college's  Facebook page to see more.

In Other News …

MBC News online

Murphy Deming Faculty Expands

Reunion Weekend

Hungarian Visitors

Honors Convocation

Daily Announcements

  Student Leaders > College Recognizes Student Leaders
At Student Government Association Installation last week, the college recognized student leaders and those who stand out for their leadership, academic record, and commitment to the college's values.

  Cupola > Leaders Take Office
Many of the women elected to Student Government Association for 2013–14 are already rising stars within the Mary Baldwin College community. Find out what inspires them to leadership.

  Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences > Murphy Deming Open House April 20
Meet program personnel, ask questions about the admissions process, and find out more about the new state-of-the-art facility under construction in Augusta County's health care corridor.

  Invite > 'Painting the Roses Red'
This year's Spring Fling, dubbed "Queen of Hearts," celebrated graduating seniors and Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

  Deeble > College Hosts Regional Microbiology Conference
Pearce Science Center was the site of the April American Society for Microbiology regional conference, which garnered the largest attendance in the history of the Shenandoah Valley Chapter meeting.

  Induction > Students Inducted into Psi Chi
The psychology department celebrated the work of students in the Residential College for Women as well as the Adult Degree Program.

Featured Event
> April 14
Lecture: Lessons from 400 Miles
Speaker Laurel Woodworth will describe the challenges and share the insights of walking and paddling a 400-mile path she cut across Virginia. To learn more about the speaker, please visit her blog. For more information about this first event of Staunton Earth Week, call 540-887-7042.

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

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