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Mount St. Mary's University is hosting it's Inaugural Master of Health Administration Commencement on Sunday, October 6 at 2 pm, at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick. This first graduating class of health care professionals earned their degree as a cohort by attending classes for two years. The Mount's MHA program prepares health services managers to integrate health care delivery systems and technological innovation by providing leadership and ethical decision-making skills for the intensely competitve health sciences field. It is Maryland's only accelerated MHA program and the classes are held on Monday nights at the Frederick Campus.

The event is by invitation only. The Delaplaine Center is located at 40 South Carroll Street, Frederick, MD 21701 There is free parking on Sunday in the garage adjacent to Center. Directions

Community Ambassadors 2013

The Community Ambassadors for the Frederick Campus were out in full force at Celebrate Frederick's In The Streets on Saturday, Sept. 14. We had a beautiful fall day and the crowd was mighty. Thanks to all who volunteered their time to promote the graduate & adult studies programs.

Emerging Leaders MBA class
Dr. Sandra Van Fossen, left, stands with the first cohort of the Mount's new Emerging Leaders MBA program. Ms. Van Fossen teaches the first course on Managerial Skills Development.

On Friday, September 6, 2013, Dr. Karl Einolf, Dean of the Bolte School of Business, hosted a luncheon for the students and faculty of the Emerging Leaders MBA program at the University's Frederick Campus. The event was a kick-off for the first cohort of students attending the intensive weekend program. Nine students will spend the next twelve months learning leadership skills, strategic decision-making, and effective problem-solving. More photos

Alpha Sigma Lambda Society Inductees 2013

2013 Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society Inductees
From left to right: Ira Kest, Sr., Sarah Moore, Anthony Hawley, Heather Eagle, Philip Helmer, and Robert Crawson. Also inducted but not in attendance: Mark Devilbiss, Michael Davidson, Robert Gamble, Dawit Gebreyesus, and Brandon Warrenfeltz.

The Mount's Frederick Campus hosted its annual Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) Honor Society Induction Ceremony on Sunday, April 14, 2013. 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 Dr. Gregory S. Ochoa, Academic Dean of the Frederick Campus. Dr. Ochoa shared his personal story of being an adult student with three small children at home. He recognized that without the support of his wife and other family members, he would have not been able to complete his degree.

The closing remarks were given by Tish Shirey, a 2012 ASL inductee. Her heartfelt message assured the newest inductees that their journey has just begun and they should continue to dream big.

Dr. Ochoa presented the official certificates and Janene Horne, Student Services Coordinator for these adult undergraduate students, proudly handed them their society pins and honor cords.

Professor Shabalina and her MBA students

Professor Olga Shabalina (center) stands next to Gregory Ochoa, Academic Dean, The Mount's
Frederick Campus, at the beginning of her last MBA class in December 2012.

Mount St. Mary's University first Fulbright Scholar-in-residence, Olga Shabalina, from South Ural State University in Chelyabinsk, Russia, is scheduled to return home after spending six months teaching marketing at both the Emmitsburg and Frederick campuses. Professor Shabalina lived in Frederick during her stay and spent her free time exploring the area. Light refreshments were served as the Frederick Campus Academic Dean, Gregory Ochoa, thanked her for her leadership.

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