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Special Opportunities

MBC President Pamela Fox and students at the Clinton Global UniversityAt Mary Baldwin, students have the opportunity to not only learn in the classroom but also to explore their fields in a local and global setting.

  • Work face-to-face with dynamic campus visitors, such as MBC artist-in-residence and human rights activist Claudia Bernardi.
  • Design a one-of-a-kind senior research project, like Laura Ashley Dean ’09, an international relations and political science major who investigated the political and social effects of North African immigration in France.
  • Get involved in the Clinton Global Initiative University, Women for Women International, or attend the Commission on the Status of Women meetings of the United Nations, like Jasmine Witmer ’11.
  • Partner with the Staunton Augusta Waynesboro Coalition to work on gang research.
  • Participate in the college’s new business honor society, Sigma Beta Delta, or the well-established sociology society Alpha Kappa Delta.
  • Get your hands dirty. The Spencer Center for Civic and Global Engagement can help you become involved in a service learning project, ranging from harvesting crops for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank to combating human trafficking by supporting the Dhamma Moli girls’ school in Kathmandu, Nepal.