Dr. Susan Love
Dr. Love is a world-renowned breast cancer surgeon and best-selling author of the Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book, termed the “bible for women with breast cancer” by The New York Times. She is also the...
Indeed, women represent 55% of all employees in the global travel and tourism sector, but only 10% of leaders at the executive level. (World Travel and Tourism Council, 2014) “Our program, which...
Starbucks Coffee Cups
What Starbucks drinks will the NDMU café sell? The new café at NDMU will sell official Starbucks drinks including cappuccino, iced coffee, teas, Frappuccino, lattes, café Americano, macchiato...
Cast Photo
Notre Dame of Maryland University presents Iphigenia and Other Daughters, a retelling of the Greek classic tragedy about the fall of the House of Atreus​. Associate Faculty member and Director Lola...
Zakk headshot with School of Nursing seal
Across the country there is a nursing shortage. As a result, Notre Dame’s School of Nursing students are some of the most sought after in Maryland. Many of our students secure jobs before they even...
Edmond Praybe Through the Night, Oil on panel, 36”x 36”, 2017.
Image caption: Edmond Praybe Through the Night, Oil on panel, 36”x 36”, 2017. Praybe’s current work is an ongoing series dealing with the theme of suburban landscape. The series addresses a...
Gators and Greyhound models
A new Makerspace area will soon be available for Notre Dame of Maryland students to bring their creative ideas to life. The space, housed in the Loyola Notre Dame Library is part of a three-year...
Kristin Hannah's photo and the cover of her book, The Nightingale
Kristin Hannah, award-winning and bestselling author of more than 20 novels including the international blockbuster, The Nightingale will be presenting at Notre Dame of Maryland University on October...
Yesterday we learned about the White House’s official decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program—a program that works to protect young undocumented immigrants from...
Drawing of a hallway
Of his work Johnson states “I choose the figure and representation because they are objects in the human visual vocabulary that are relatable to anyone.” Through this accessibility the drawings in...