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Maryland Board of Nursing Appointee
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Student

Jenell Steele, BSN, RN

Student, NDMU Class of 2018 MSN - Leadership in Nursing Education

Governor Larry Hogan appointed Jenell to the Maryland Board of Nursing as the Registered Nurse-At-Large member. She began her term in February 2018 and will serve for four years by bringing a firsthand perspective of the issues and trends impacting nursing care in Maryland. Jenell has been a registered nurse for five years and works at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

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An Internship that Turned into a Job
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Alum

Emily Harman

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017 Teaching (MAT in 10 Months)

I feel fortunate to now be teaching at the same school where I interned. The cohort experience provides an invaluable, built-in support-system of faculty and classmates. The structure of the GEI program met all of my expectations and I graduated feeling confident and well-prepared to begin my career in teaching.

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A Well-Deserved Scholarship
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Student

Kyle Gundlach

Student, NDMU Class of 2018 Doctor of Pharmacy

Kyle is the recipient of the National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation Presidential Scholarship. As a recipient of this scholarship, Kyle demonstrated a strong interest in independent pharmacy practice, leadership qualities and accomplishments, involvement in extracurricular activities and academic achievement.

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Upcoming Admissions Events

Recent News & Events

June 25, 2019

NDMU’s Common Read Announced, Dr. Valeria Luiselli to Lead Discussion on Campus

Notre Dame of Maryland University will welcome award-winning author, Dr. Valeria Luiselli to campus on October 3 as part of the University’s Common Read program.

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June 3, 2019 WYPR

Finding Healing through the Arts

Mallory Van Fossen, Associate Professor for the NDMU Art Therapy program and trauma informed therapist weighs in on the power of art and how it is being used for healing in Baltimore communities.

Sep 06
Sep 19

Graduate and Professional Student Networking Event

5:00pm to 7:00pm University of Baltimore
Oct 03

Common Read Author Presentation: Dr. Valeria Luiselli

6:00pm to 8:00pm LeClerc Auditorium
Oct 17

Reading and Discussion with Sandra Cisneros

7:00pm to 8:00pm LeClerc Auditorium