The Mount’s Frederick Campus started a yearlong campaign to provide assistance to the Frederick Food Bank. The Night Shift program gives students who attend evening classes the opportunity to donate food and necessary items to the community by dropping them off at the facility prior to class. In March, Professor Jennifer Murphy, who teaches Mount Seminar and Theology courses in the Adult Undergraduate program, initiated a challenge to her former and current students. She would match the first 100 cans of soup donated by them....Click here to read more.
News & Events: Frederick
Veterans Program in Frederick Puts Nation's Severely Wounded Vets on a New Career Path
by James Eppard
Courtesy of Frederick Magazine
Ready, Set, Disney
Mount Alum, Devin Hollenbaugh, set his sights on the land where dreams come true
Devin Hollenbaugh, C ’09, was recently hired as a program manager for the Disney Sports business unit of the Walt Disney Company, specifically for runDisney. RunDisney hosts a series of full-length and short-distance themed races on the Disney grounds, where “every mile is magic.”
“As a project-based analyst, it’s my job to prepare the tools necessary for executive management to make the right business decisions for each event, ” he said. These tools, formed from raw data, include demographics on the participating runners. The number of runners for each event is tracked, as well as their age and sex....Click here to read more.
From left to right: Letitia Ridgely Shirey, Diana Hoffman, Edward Gardner, Michelle Kinna, Cinthia Raez, and Dorothy Carbo Not pictured: Elena Bane, Julie Bondar, Katherine Gonzales, Nathan Poffenbarger, and Jennifer Swope
2012 INDUCTION CEREMONY
The Center for Professional and Continuing Studies in Frederick hosted its annual Alpha Sigma Lambda Society Induction Ceremony on Sunday, April 15, 2012. Eleven adult students were recognized for their special achievements in academic excellence while facing the competing interests of home and work. Family and friends were present to hear inspiring words from guest speaker Professor Mary Beth Graham, Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Bolte School of Business at the Mount. Janene Horne, the professional studies academic advisor, presented certificates and society pins to the inductees.
Pictured from left to right: Paul Mahata, adjunct professor; Kelly Casazza; Curtis Younkins; Christopher Elder; Drita Tibbs; and Frank Eichorn, Project Management Department Chair. Graduates not pictured: Jeffrey Green and William Naille.
On January 16, 2012, the Bolte School of Business recognized the achievement of the first group of six students to complete our fifteen graduate credit post-baccalaureate certificate program. At an evening ceremony at our Frederick Campus, the students were presented with a certificate of program completion.
Ed Nolan, Academic Advisor for the Warrior to Workforce (W2W) Program.
New Year brings New Advisor and Unique Program to the Mount
In early January, a cohort of 23 wounded veterans of the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force, began an undergraduate-level business program through a unique partnership with Mount St. Mary’s and, specifically, the University’s Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business. The University will provide instruction over three years for the Warriors to Workforce (W2W) program developed by the Acquisition Academy of the Veterans Administration. Through this program, the VA and the University will educate and prepare returning veterans for a career as acquisition, contract, and procurement specialists....Click here to read more.