The Bulletin is published every month for faculty, staff, and students.

Submit a News Story

March 2019 Contents



students in gator alleyMid-term exams are just around the corner and that means registration for the Summer and Fall semesters isn’t too far behind. Beginning March 11, students will be able to log onto WebAdvisor and begin making their class selections.

However, before registration there are a few things you need to make sure are in order. You will need to make sure your account is up to date, meaning there is no balance or holds. If you have any questions, contact the Business Office or log onto WebAdvisor for an overview of your account.

Once everything is up to date, you will need to meet with your advisor. Once these things have been completed, you will be able to register.

As for financial aid, now is the time to complete your 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid - FAFSA, and it’s not too late to apply for financial aid for the current aid year to include summer term.

Busta Forum

Busta Forum speakersEvery year the Charles J. Busta III Business Forum brings women leaders to campus to discuss their inspirational and relatable journeys. This year’s forum (formerly known as lecture) took place on Tuesday, March 5.

This year’s theme focused on growth, connections, and access. And thanks to the honesty, vulnerability, and humor of our panelists, 150 attendees enjoyed an engaging discussion with truly fantastic leaders:

  • India Gary-Martin, CEO of Leadership for Life
  • Kate Bowers, Vice President of Public Relations Client Services at Weinberg Harris & Associates
  • Janese Murray, Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Exelon Corporation (Ret.)
  • Linda Singh, Major General of the Maryland Army National Guard

The Busta Forum is presented by the Women’s Leadership Institute of Baltimore.

Morrissy Presentations

Earlier this month, 11 Morrissy Honors students presented a variety of papers at the Maryland Collegiate Honors Council Annual Conference at Morgan State University.

Topics for our students ranged from literary analysis to biology, economics and sociology. Congratulations to the following students for proudly representing NDMU:

  • Christine Roa                                                              
    • A Celebration of Existentialist Freedom in Sartre’s The Flies
  • Uloaku  Onwumelu     
    • Development of In Vitro Species-Specific Environmental DNA (eDNA) Markers for Kichulchoia brevifasciata (Cobitidae), South Korean Endangered Freshwater Fish
  • Ashley Anderson         
    • The Effect of One’s Perceived Influence as a Voter on One’s Likelihood to Vote
  • Myra Beyene, Ciarese DeTorres, Diana Liz-Cabrera, and Jessie Willinghan            
    • The DJ-MC Equation for Measuring Income Inequality
  • Lorelie Soriano                                                           
    • RacismandTrauma:ImplicationsforPublicHealthofUrbanMinorityCommunities
  • Kristina Pickering                                                 
    • DNA Adversity: The Role of Rosalind Franklin in Discovering its Structure
  • Katherine Martínez                                              
    • Men Hollering Creek: Dismantling Machismo in the Borderlands of Sandra Cisneros’s Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories
  • Keira Mull                                                                   
    • One Identity For Another: Life in the System

In addition to students, Dr. Burk and Dr. Sossa attended the event.

Group shot from MCHC  Group shot of students at MCHC

2018 research day

Nancy Kreiter Research Day 2018

Research Day Submission Deadline 

NDMU’s annual Nancy Kreiter research day is steadily approaching with the deadline to submit proposals on March 15th. During this time, Graduate and Undergraduates from all fields present their work in research, display original art and discuss projects that they have worked on, to their NDMU community. Now is the time to talk to your professors and see how projects from past semesters can be showcased on Research Day.

To learn more or submit your work check out the Research Day website.


Notre Dame Day

The campus came together on February 6 to celebrate Notre Dame Day! The day recognizes the accomplishments of our students and our rich history.

Dawn Bradshaw receives Distinguished staff award

Dawn Bradshaw accepts the Distinguished Staff Award

This year’s award recipients included:

  • Distinguished Staff Award – Dawn Bradshaw
  • SSND Mission and Ministry Award – Mary Alice Adams
  • Service-Learning Faculty Award – Juliann Dupuis
  • Student Service Award – Nia Willis
  • Mary Ann O’Donnell Team Academic Achievement Award – 2017-2018 Lacrosse Team with cumulative team GPA of 3.391

Departmental Awards:

  • Art- Caroline O'Donnell
  • Biology- Keira Mull
  • Business and Economics- Megan Morales
  • Chemistry- Lilly Gordon
  • Communication Arts- Darian Barton
  • Criminology- Alexandra Guerrero
  • Education- Sierra Vancek
  • English- Katie Cardinal
  • History/Political Science- Tavia Williams
  • Mathematics- Marion Smedberg
  • Modern Foreign Language- Christine Roa
  • Nursing- Heather Barry
  • Philosophy- Tavia Williams
  • Physics- Sarah Hasnain
  • Psychology- Chinwendu Nwokeabia

Originally on March 25, Notre Dame Day was created to celebrate the two cores of our school: Mary, and our state of Maryland. Time has augmented several elements of this as well as its date. However, the sentiment of the day still stands.

To see more of the day's celebration, check out NDMU's Flickr page.

Busy Person’s Retreat

This year’s Busy Person’s Retreat is set for March 10 through the 14. The event is an on-campus guided prayer retreat that provides an opportunity for prayer and reflection in the midst of busy school activities. 

Participants commit to spending some time in prayer and/or reflection and meeting with an SSND spiritual companion each day.

The retreat begins March 10 with dinner at 5:30 p.m. and closes with dinner at 6 p.m. on March 14.

NDMU Hosts Japanese StudentsJapanese students visit campus

NDMU will play host to several students from Aoyama Gakuin Women’s Junior College and Kyoto Notre Dame High School.

The students from Aoyama will be on campus through March 12. Morrissy students will be returning the hospitality they enjoyed from their Aoyama hosts when they visited Tokyo. This will be the final exchange with Aoyama, as the women’s college is being absorbed into the university.

Additionally, 36 students from Kyoto Notre Dame High School will experience a taste of American college life during their campus visit on Thursday, Mar. 7. They will learn about the English language program at the ELI, dine in the cafeteria, and participate in several other academic and social activities.

Career Center News

Spring Career Fair

Get your resume in order. On Wednesday, Apr. 17 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. dozens of employers will be on campus for the Spring Career Fair. The event is designed to connect students to employers in specific areas. However, many employers recruit from across all majors and train college students for a variety of internships or careers.

Employers represent business, government, non-profit, technical, healthcare and social services and local Baltimore sectors. Even if you are not ready to apply, you can start preparing by networking with recruiters and learning about upcoming opportunities and requirements. Some employers scheduled to attend include the Baltimore Orioles, Howard County Police Department and Baltimore City Public Schools! Don’t forget to stop by the Career Center to make sure you are prepared!

World of Workshops Series

The Career Center will be hosting a World of Workshops Series throughout March and April! The workshops will cover a variety of tools and skills like resume editing, virtual interviewing practices, intersectionality in the workplace, how to brand yourself professionally, and more. Check out their workshops on the page for more details!

Handshake Social Media Campaign

Get ready to win some prizes! The Career Center is hosting a social media contest.

Here is what you will need to do to take part:

  • find the Yellow Handshake Chair in its secret spot on campus
  • take a creative photo and tag us @career_ndmu on social media 
  • nominate another student, club/org, or department/office to find the chair next!

Each week there will be a winner. Prizes will include Career Center tumblers, business card holders, Padfolios, web privacy screens, gift cards and more!

Coming Soon: StandOut! 

  • StandOut is the Career Center’s newest tool for improving interviewing skills! It is an interactive website that allows free practice interviewing via real life video questions. Stop by the Career Center to learn more about any of our newest tools and resources in Theresa Hall 120, 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Registration Underway for A Child’s Place Preschool Programs for 2019-2020

A Child’s Place offers a Preschool for Threes program as well as Prekindergarten classes for four-year-olds. In addition, ACP has a State-approved Kindergarten program for five-year-olds and an “Early Kindergarten” for children whose birthday just misses the cut-off date for kindergarten!

At ACP, each child’s emotional, social, cognitive, and physical development is promoted through a holistic approach to learning for young children.

Ask the early bird discount as well as faculty, staff, student and alumna discounts!

Summer Camp at A Child’s Place

Staffed by our experienced preschool teachers, A Child’s Place offers ten weeks of fun-filled theme-oriented camp sessions to excite our young campers. Entertaining age-appropriate activities for children from 3 to 6 years old (entering first grade) provide opportunities to stimulate curiosity, creativity, and imagination!

Check out the early bird discount as well as faculty, staff, student and alumna discounts!

NDMU Athletics

The NDMU spring sports will get their season started in early March.

Lacrosse opened the spring schedules last Saturday, falling to Wilkes University, 15-16.

The inconsistent weather has delayed the start of tennis and softball. Both teams were slated to start this weekend, but will face some cancelations and rescheduled games.

Tennis will host its first home match on March 12 against McDaniel and softball will host its first home double-header on March 15 (location TBD) against Valley Forge. Track will open its inaugural season on March 16 at Mary Washington University.

All up-to-date schedules can be found on the athletics website.  Follow the Notre Dame Gators on TwitterInstagramFacebook and YouTube.

Gator Rallies

  • March 12 - Lacrosse
  • March 26 - Track
  • April 4 - Softball
  • April 16 - Tennis

All Gator Rallies will be held in Doyle Dining at 12:15 p.m.

Loyola Notre Dame Library News

Common Read Event: “The Price of Sex” Film Screening

When: Thursday, March 28, from 6-8 p.m.

Where: Library Auditorium

Please join us for a screening of the Emmy-nominated “The Price of Sex,” followed by a guided discussion. This film will enrich campus awareness of issues related to human trafficking that were raised in this year’s Common Read text, Girls Like Us. From the publisher:

An unprecedented and compelling inquiry, “The Price of Sex” sheds light on the underground criminal network of human trafficking and experiences of trafficked Eastern European women forced into prostitution abroad. Photojournalist Mimi Chakarova’s feature documentary caps years of painstaking, on-the-ground reporting that aired on Frontline (PBS) and 60 Minutes (CBS) and earned her an Emmy nomination and a Webby for Internet excellence.

Filming undercover with extraordinary access, even posing as a prostitute to gather her material, Bulgarian-born Chakarova travels from impoverished rural areas in post-Communist Eastern Europe, including her grandmother’s village, to Turkey, Greece, and Dubai. This dangerous investigative journey brings Chakarova face to face with trafficked women willing to trust her and appear on film undisguised. Their harrowing first-person accounts, as well as interviews with traffickers, clients, and anti-trafficking activists, expose the root causes, complex connections, and stark significance of sexual slavery today. Winner of a Nestor Almendros Award for courage in filmmaking at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

Library Workshop for Faculty, Students, and Staff: “Copyright or Copyleft? Making Sense of Creative Commons”

When: March 13, 3-4 p.m.

Where: Library Collaboratory

This workshop will take an in depth look at questions about Creative Commons licenses. What are Creative Commons licenses and how do they work? What are the implications for licensing your work under a Creative Commons license? Where can you find works licensed under Creative Commons?

Upcoming Library Pop-Up Classes for Students, Faculty, and Staff

  • “3D Printing: New Dimensions for Teaching and Learning” (March 13, 3-5 p.m., in the LNDL IdeaSpace and Innovation Station)
  • “Internet of Things Workshop” (March 16, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., in the LNDL IdeaSpace)
  • "Explore the Universe with Virtual Reality” (March 21, 6-8 p.m., in the LNDL IdeaSpace and Innovation Station)
  • "Learning LabVIEW: An Introduction” (March 22, 3-5 p.m., in Loyola University’s Donnelly Science Center, Room 155)
  • "Paper Engineering” (March 28, 6-8 p.m., in the LNDL IdeaSpace)
  • "Learning LabVIEW: Working with Arduino Microcontrollers” (April 5, 3-5 p.m., in Loyola University’s Donnelly Science Center, Room 155)
  • "Getting Started with Cricut Design Space and Cricut Maker” (April 11, 5-7 p.m., LNDL IdeaSpace and Innovation Station)

For more information and to RSVP.

Library Roadshows for Faculty

When: March 12 and March 26, 4-4:45 p.m.

Where: Library Collaboratory

Faculty are invited to join librarians to experience active learning technologies and spaces, learn about consults on copyright, and to hear faculty-librarian partnership success stories. If you’d like to host a Roadshow for your department at a different time, please contact Cat Staley.

School of Arts, Sciences, and Business

Faculty Accomplishments

NDMU Art Therapy Program Director, Cathy Goucher, will be presenting at this upcoming free, open to all, half-day workshop in Anne Arundel County, hosted by Pathfinders for Autism.

Art therapy associate faculty Elizabeth Hlavek was appointed to the American Art Therapy Association's Board of Directors in November 2018. Elizabeth will serve as the speaker to the association's assembly of chapters, and sit on additional board committees.

Ashley Fundack, Assistant Professor in the Criminology Department, has been chosen to be one of the first educators in the city appointed to the Baltimore City Human Trafficking Collaborative.

This collaboration currently includes law enforcement, prosecutors, city and state agencies as well as victim service providers. Its focus is being able to work in a collaborative effort by using education, training and awareness to combat human trafficking in the Baltimore City area.

Dr. Rachel Burk, Assistant professor of Spanish here at NDMU as well as Chair of the Department of Classic and Modern Foreign Languages, was invited to share her paper “Gender and Gore: Staging Blood Purity in Early Modern Spanish Theater” at an international conference in Madrid this past February. Her paper discuses early modern theater in relation to both the gendering of purity and how staged- bloodshed had an evolving association among purity, women’s bodies, and race.

Twenty-one of the most accomplished historians of early modern Europe were in attendance during the presentation. The conference, “Of Blood and Milk: Race and religion in the late medieval and early modern Iberian worlds,” was held at the Residencia de Estudiantes in Madrid, a historic cultural center which once housed intellectual and artisan greats Federico García Lorca, Luis Buñuel, and Salvador Dalí.

Dr. Burk, who specializes in early modern Spain and Portugal, is also currently working on a book called Con sangre entra: Blood and Purity in Early Modern Iberia, which examines the portrayal of blood in literature and art in relation to early race laws in 16th century Iberia.


School of Education

Principals' Test

Anyone who has Level I Administration Certification for the State of Maryland and is interested in taking the “Principals’ Test” (School Leaders Licensure Assessment) to achieve Level II Certification, may be interested in a review course here at Notre Dame of Maryland University. The course will be offered on Monday, Mar. 18, and Wednesday, Mar. 20, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. On the first night, we work on strategies for answering the multiple choice section of the test; on the second night, we work on strategies for answering the constructed response section. The cost for both nights is $60.00. Contact Sister Mary Fitzgerald before Monday, March 11 for more information.

Faculty Accomplishments

Presentation for SOE Honor Society

Baltimore County Public Schools Assistant Principal Jennifer Pilarski recently presented “From Stickers to Celebrations” to a group of our School of Education students. Pilarski spoke to the school’s new members of the Phi Xi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the International Honors Society in Education. She spoke about restorative practices in the classroom.

Faculty Accomplishments

Dr. Angelo Letizia was offered a contract by Palgrave-Macmillan to publish a book titled Graphic Novels as Pedagogy in Social Studies - How to Draw Citizenship. The book will examine how to use graphic novels in the social studies classroom as well as other related courses in an effort grapple with the ideas of citizenship in the Information Age. The book will also show how students can employ visual literacy in the social studies and citizenship education by drawing their own historical comics. The book will be out sometime in 2020.

Patty Silver was recently been approved to serve as a national scorer for edTPA in the TESOL content area. Three months ago, Patty agreed to help the SOE expand our expertise in edTPA by pursuing this challenge and now she has succeeded.

Donielle in GhanaStudent/Alum Accomplishments

Donielle DeToyis in the process of completing her student teaching internship at the Mary Queen of Peace Catholic school in Cape Coast, Ghana. Donielle is teaching kindergarten and she reports that the students are absolutely adorable. She is also working with the reading specialist for grades 1-4 two mornings a week. To follow along with Donielle’s journey, check out her blog.

NDMU STEM leadership program graduate Tracey Tokarskiwho is currently finishing the administration certification along with Ashley Demski, another NDMU SOE graduate will be joining Dr. Juliann Dupuis in San Diego for the 2019 Teacher Forum. Tracey and Ashley were nominated to participate in the forum by Dr. Dupuis. The two stood out for their “leadership, commitment to advancing STEM teaching, and passion to raise up the voices of teachers and help shape the national conversation around STEM.” Tracey and Ashley will participate in a virtual Teacher Forum Kick-off where they will learn more directly what it means to be a member of the Teacher Forum and also learn how to hold a Listening Session with our local STEM teaching community.  Then they will attend the Annual Partner Summit which will take place on Tuesday, March 26 at the San Diego Zoo.

MA in Leadership in Teaching student David Quinton-Schein will soon be helping run a STEM workshop in Detroit. The workshop, titled Car Hacking as Career Exploration will look at a vehicle’s complex infrastructure and connect it to trends in engineering. The workshop is part of the CyberAuto Challenge which brings together high school students, college students, STEAM educators, automotive industry professionals, government employees, computer security professionals and independent researchers for a week-long workshop of instruction and computer hacking on modern vehicle platforms. For more information email David.


School of Nursing

Faculty Accomplishments

Dr. Sabita Persaud presented at the 2018 Sigma Leadership Conference in Indianapolis, IN. The presentation titled Project PLAN: Preparing Leaders to Advance Nursing, showcased School of Nursing activities supported by a 2018 Nurse Support Program II Grant from the Maryland Higher Education Commission.

Drs. Marleen Thornton and Sabita Persaud recently published “Preparing Today’s Nurses: Social Determinants of Health and Nursing Education” in The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing.

Student Accomplishments

Emma Durham pictureSenior nursing student, Emma Durham of Millville, NJ was the recipient of the Daily Record 2018 Leading Woman scholarship award. The Daily Record has partnered with Keswick Multi-Care Center to create a Leading Woman scholarship to honor a student who is majoring in/pursuing a degree in public health, nursing, geriatrics or a health-related major/degree. On behalf of the University, the School of Nursing nominated Emma for demonstrating academic success as a student, consistently participating in University and School of Nursing activities and exhibiting a commitment to inspiring change in nursing, specifically gerontological nursing.

You can read more about Emma in The Daily Record's program. The Leading Women of Maryland’s Future awards were created in 2010 to celebrate successful women who are 40 years of age or younger. The Leading Woman scholarship in partnership with Keswick, was established two years ago.

Three students in the Master of Science in Nursing Program were supported by the School of Nursing to present their work as posters at the 2018 Sigma Leadership Conference in Indianapolis, IN.  

  • Michelle Atherton presented Pursuing Pathway to Excellence and Approaches to Nursing Education
  • Natasha Maith presented Competence in Caring for Patients with Opioid Addiction: A Phenomenological Approach
  • Carrie Ann Roberts presented compassion Fatigue in the Presence of Employee Engagement

On November 18th, 2018, the Mu Eta Chapter of Sigma inducted 36 new members. Sigma is the international honor society of nursing and the Mu Eta Chapter is located here at NDMU.  Inductees included 18 BSN students, 16 MSN students and 1 Nurse Leader.


School of Pharmacy

Faculty News

Dr. Jennifer Bailey, Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences  - appointed to the Bylaws and Policy Committee, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Dr. Asish Dutta, Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences – elected Chair-Elect, Section of Pharmaceutics, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Dr. Asish Dutta, Ellison Park ‘20 – “Development of an Improved Reversed-Phase HPLC Stability Indicating Method and Forced Degradation Studies of Curcuminoids” –poster presentation at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Chinyere Onyirimba ’20 , Anjali Patel ’19 , Zoya Ramzan ’19, Dr. Payal Agarwal (Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences) “Self-Emulsifying Drug Delivery System (SNEDDS): An Attempt to Develop an Incomplete SNEDDS Formulation for Oral Delivery of Exendin-4 for Treatment of Type-2 Diabetes – poster presentation at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Dr. Prashant Mandela, Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences presented a poster presentation at the KGI Symposium ‘Use of Rituximab Biosimilars in the Treatment of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia’ along with colleagues from Marshall B. Ketchum College of Pharmacy.

Dr. Jonathan Thigpen, appointed Dawson Award Committee, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Student News

The following students presented poster presentations at the American Society of Health System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting in December 2018.

Olivia Akah ’19 “Incidence of antibacterial prescribing for upper respiratory tract infections and bronchitis in a rural outpatient setting”

Cynthia Clark ‘20 “Characterization of clinical metrics associated with a medication history program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital”

Patricia Dieso ‘19 “Effects of probiotic supplementation on inflammatory bowel disease: a systematic review”

Danielle DiFalco ‘19 “Medication use evaluation of prothrombin complex concentration in a small community hospital”

Labasse Doumbia  ’20 “Evaluation of pharmacy technician workload in an inpatient satellite pharmacy at a large academic medical center”

Aara Hall ‘19 “Evaluation of delay in the second dose of antibiotics in patients admitted to The Johns Hopkins Hospital from the emergency department”

Samantha Hartig ’19  “Incidence of recidivism for opiate overdose in the absence of naloxone discharge prescription in a rural hospital setting”

Tyffani Howard  ’19 “Identifying potential cost savings with industry sponsored patient assistant programs for patients receiving immunotherapy agents in an outpatient oncology clinic”

Daniel Lee ’19 “Patients’ acceptance of influence vaccination during influenza season of low vaccine match”

Rachel Marrone ’19 “Use of acupuncture in the prevention and treatment of dementia”

Ayesha Nasir ’19 “Effects of probiotic supplementation on hyperlipidemia: a systematic review”

My Nguyen ’19 “Time to attaining therapeutic vancomycin trough in pharmacist pharmacokinetic service”

Amura Ama Oduro ‘19 “Liraglutide as an adjuvant therapy to regular U-500 insulin in a morbidly obese patient with type-2 diabetes mellitus”

Richie Onwuchekwa Uba ‘19 “Assessing risk of medication errors due to non-standardized investigational drug labels in two large academic hospitals”

Anjali Patel ‘19 “Association between prenatal acetaminophen exposure and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children: A systematic review”

Mateo Pelja ‘20 “To Ignore or Not to Ignore: An Analysis of Drug Utilization Review in an Outpatient Pharmacy Setting”

Zoya Razman ‘19 “Evaluating the most common initial empiric therapy for skin and soft tissue infections”

Sulaiman Sesay ‘19 “Cost-avoidance through redistribution of short-dated emergency drug box medications”

Christiana Showunmi ‘19 “Probiotic effects in incidence reduction in clostridium difficile infection”

Arlene Velez-Bartolomei ‘19 “Evaluation of the appropriate use of antibiotics in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbations”

Kelly Ward ‘19 “Incidence of continued tobacco abuse in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease after smoking cessation education”



March 8

Silent Sky

Kathleen Price Bryan Planetarium, 8 p.m.

A staged reading of Silent Sky followed by a presentation with Dr. Brian Christy, Assistant Professor of Physics. 

General Admission is $15 or $9 for students with code NDMUSTU

March 10

Silent Sky

Kathleen Price Bryan Planetarium, 2 p.m.

A staged reading of Silent Sky followed by a presentation with Dr. Brian Christy, Assistant Professor of Physics. 

General Admission is $15 or $9 for students with code NDMUSTU

March 11

Campus Activities Board (CAB) Gator Live!

Doyle Hall, Lower Level, Gator Alley, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

March 12

SWE Membership Event

Knott 121, 2-3 p.m.

Hosted by NDMU Society of Women Engineers 

Bob Ross Paint Night

Doyle Hall, Lower Level, Gator Alley, 5-7 p.m.

Hosted by the Psychology Club 

NDMU Tennis vs McDaniel College

3:30 p.m.

Interviewing 101

Career Center, 4:30-5:30 p.m.

March 13

WLAX vs Chatham University

4:15 p.m.

March 14

Your Major Your Future

Feeley International Center (FIC) 003, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Join the Trailblazers to find out which academic program is right for you.

March 15

NDMU Softball vs University of Valley Forge

3 p.m.

HOSA general Meeting

Roland Park Elementary, 3-4 p.m.

Women’s Empowerment Sleepover 

Meletia 2nd Floor Lounge, 7-11:45 p.m.

Event will consist of movies, trivia, games and free health and beauty supplies. 

UN Club Women of the World Trivia

Meletia Hall Lounge, 7-8 p.m.

March 16

NDMU Lacrosse vs Lancaster Bible College

1 p.m.

March 18

Branding like a Boss Workshop

Career center, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Discuss developing and promoting your brand and online activities into your job search.

March 19

Class of 2020 Meeting

Doyle Hall, lower level, Gator Alley, 1-1:30 p.m.

Care Package Making for the Homeless

Doyle Formal, 12:15-1:30 p.m.

Hosted by Class of 2022

Copyright or Copyleft? Making Sense of Creative Commons

LNDL, 3-4 p.m.

Girls Night

Doyle Hall, Lower Lever, Gator Alley, 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Hosted by Class of 2021

March 20

Author’s Rights and Publication Contracts: What to Know Before You Sign

LNDL, 3-4:15 p.m.

NDMU Softball vs The College at Old Westbury

3 p.m.

Movie Night: My Friend Dahmer

Knott Auditorium, 6-8:30 p.m.

Hosted by the Women for Justice Club

March 21

Get to Know Road Scholars

Gator Alley, 12:15-1:15 p.m.

NDMU Tennis vs Trinity (DC)

3:30 p.m.

March 21

Branding Like Boss Workshop

Career Center, 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Save the Turtles Run

Softball Field, 3-4 p.m.

Hosted by the Track and Field Club

Movie Night: Pop Culture Icon

Feeley International Center, 003, 7- 9 p.m.

Hosted by the Hispanic Culture Club

Life Skills: Photoshop Class

Gibbons Hall, Room 430A, 7-9 p.m.

Hosted by Class of 2020

March 22

Tips for Finding Federal Jobs and Internships

Feeley International Center (FIC) 003, 10-11 a.m.

School of Pharmacy Panel Event

Knott Auditorium, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Hosted by the Pre- Pharmacy Club

March 23

NDMU Lacrosse vs Centenary University

1 p.m.

NDMU Softball vs Cairn University

1 p.m.

March 25

Campus Activities Board (CAB) Gator Live!

Doyle Hall, Lower Level, Gator Alley, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

March 26

Financial Literacy

Fourier Hall, Room 214, 12:15-1:15 p.m.

Hosted by the Business and Economics Club

Becoming: Intersectionality in the Work Place Workshop

Career Center, 4:30-5:30 p.m.

March 28

TED Talk Marathon

LNDL, 4:30-6 p.m.

Hosted by NDMU Society of Women Engineers

HCC Movie Night

Feeley, 001, 6:30-8 p.m.

Hosted by the Hispanic Culture Club

March 29

NDMU Lacrosse vs Cedar Crest College

1 p.m.

NDMU Tennis vs Cedar Crest College

4 p.m.

HOSA General Meeting

Roland Park Elementary, 3-4 p.m.

March 30

Spring Open House

Knott Science Center Lobby, 9:30-12:30 p.m.

April 2

SGA Senate Meeting

Bunting Hall, Room 220, 12:15-1:30 p.m.

April 3

ACSA General Meeting

Doyle Hall, Lower Level, Gator Alley, 5-6 p.m.

April 4

Pre- Pharmacy Club General Meeting

Knott 218, 12:15-1:15 p.m.