Cupola Now October 25, 2012
  News

  live election > Students Transform Election Night
The MBC Live Election is the ultimate simulation for political science, communication, and film students. And it could become a model for other colleges throughout Virginia.

 

In Other News …

MBC News online

Students Walk to Address Hunger

Students and Senator Mingle

MBC Receives USA South Sportsmanship Award


Daily Announcements

  ever ahead the campaign for mary baldwin college > MBC Moves 'Ever Ahead' with Public Phase of Campaign
Mary Baldwin College kicked off the public phase of its largest fundraising effort in history last week with a gala and news of $1 million in gifts and pledges.

 
  groundbreaking > MBC Marks New Chapter with Health Sciences Groundbreaking
Local, state, and federal officials hailed the project as a public-private partnership that will provide stimulus to the economy and create hundreds of local jobs.

 
  Cupola > Faculty Achievements
The latest faculty accomplishments for the School of Education, Health, and Social Work.

 
MBC in the News
  News Leader > MBC prof chips away at a new technology
Ever wonder why computer chips work? Mary Baldwin College physics professor Nadine Gergel-Hackett has, too — and she's working to create more efficient, less expensive parts for them.

  Richmond Times Dispatch > Mary Baldwin College breaks ground for new health sciences campus
Mary Baldwin President Pamela Fox said the newest transformation did not come easily: "We analyzed and anticipated, conceptualized and reconceptualized. We questioned and suffered pause on more than one occasion."

  News Virginian > Mary Baldwin College breaks ground for new health sciences campus
A dream of Mary Baldwin College became reality Thursday as the institution broke ground on the future site of the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences off Goose Creek Road.

  News Leader > MBC health campus work shifts into high gear
Having future health-care providers work together from the start creates a cooperative attitude that will benefit them and patients … especially in the fields of physical and occupational therapy.

  WHSV > Construction Starts on New Health Science College
School leaders plan to have programs in physical and occupational therapy and a physician assistant program. The new college will be built off of Interstate 64 near Augusta Health.

  NBC 29 > Mary Baldwin College Breaks Ground on Second Campus
Mary Baldwin unveiled designs for the new college buildings that will have classrooms, labs and collaborative workspace.

  WHSV > Students Discuss Paying Student Loans
"They basically helped build a future for me, because if I hadn't had that, I wouldn't have been able to come at all," said MBC senior Salome Choi.

 
Featured Event
  Global Rhythms > November 3
Global Rhythms Concert
Performance by the world music ensemble with master percussionist and MBC Artist-in-Residence Srinivas Krishnan, MBC students, and special guests. Global Rhythms' mission is to perform ethnic music from non-western cultures using Western instruments. Free and open to the public. 7:30 p.m., Francis Auditorium in the Pearce Science Center. Also join us at the International Cafe with Srinivas Krishnan at noon on October 31 in the Spencer Center.
     

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

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