Cupola Now April 18, 2013
  News

  Ever Ahead > Devoted Alumna Establishes Business Scholarship
With considerable experience in the corporate world, Susan Nolan Palmer '67 not only found she had a skill set she could share with Mary Baldwin students, but she also decided to establish a scholarship to encourage and support those studying business.

 

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Engagement on the Road
MBC students rallied for immigration reform last week in Harrisonburg. Learn more on the college's  Facebook  page.

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Psi Chi Induction

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Recognizing Student Achievement

Leaders Earn Scholarship

Microbiology Conference

Spring Fling


Daily Announcements

  Campus > Reunion Awards Recognize Service, Success
One of the most anticipated events during Reunion Weekend is the annual awards presentation. Alumnae/i from all classes gathered to congratulate this year's recipients.

 
  Gladys > Reunion Flashback
Photographer Woods Pierce captured the highlights of Reunion 2013.

 
  Honor Society > Criminal Justice Students Welcomed into New Honor Society
Criminal justice advisor Douglas Davis welcomed eight students into Alpha Phi Sigma last week during a ceremony in Miller Chapel.

 
 
MBC in the News
 
  The Cabin
> Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre Brings Experts
Paul Menzer, an associate professor at Mary Baldwin College and director of the MLitt/MFA Program in Shakespeare and Performance, will lecture on the University of Central Arkansas campus Thursday. He will present "Shakespeare, Anecdotally" — tracing and exploring some of the most durable anecdotes to accompany Shakespeare's plays in performance across the last 400 years.
 
 
Featured Event
  MDCHS
> April 20
Health Sciences Open House
Join the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Augusta Health Community Care Building in Fishersville for an opportunity to learn more about Mary Baldwin College's developing graduate programs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and physician assistant studies. 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. Registration is required. Visit  www.mbc.edu/health_sciences/open-house/ to register.
     

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

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