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Diversity of BOT Scholars Defines What It Means to “Be MC”

A volunteer firefighter and EMT, a trailblazing Latina woman in the STEM field, an immigrant from Vietnam who earned a…

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Maryland Gubernatorial Hopefuls Discuss Education and Student Debt at MC

Five candidates aspiring to the unified Democratic ticket after the June primary and to the Maryland Governor’s seat in November…

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MC Student Receives Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship to Study Computer Engineering

After finishing high school, moving to the United States, working, and being a full-time missionary in Utah for six months,…

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Detecting Fake News: MC Professor Promotes Media Literacy

The term ‘fake news’ has been talked about nonstop in the media and in the national political sphere for the…

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Mentoring a New Wave of STEM Teachers

For those interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and in an academic career, the Learning Assistant Program at…

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A Life Well Lived: Remembering Cliff Kendall

The legacy of Cliff Kendall is of an individual who changed hundreds of lives. He developed the philanthropic model of…

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