NDMU continues to closely monitor the latest COVID-19 health and safety guidance from the CDC, as well as State and local partners, including on the ground metrics in Baltimore, Maryland, and across the country. We are closely tracking information regarding the recently identified COVID-19 Omicron variant. At this time, our high vaccination rate and continued compliance with safety protocols are our best resources for protecting our community.
As we begin the spring semester, all eligible students, faculty, and staff who will be learning, working, or living on the NDMU campus and/or all off-campus sites/locations will be required to get a COVID-19 booster shot by January 31, 2022. Individuals that are 100% remote will remain exempt from the University’s vaccine requirement.
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NDMU Publication Wins International Honors
A publication introducing Notre Dame of Maryland University’s new brand launch won an international 2021 NYX Marcom Award recognizing excellence in marketing and communications. The 2020 issue of Universitas, NDMU’s annual publication celebrating the University’s accomplishments and donors, received a Silver award in the annual report category from the International Awards Associate, which administers the annual NYX Marcom Awards. Learn more about the publication.
NDMU Education Scholar Selected for Fulbright Specialist Program
A Notre Dame of Maryland University education scholar and professor was selected for the highly competitive Fulbright Specialist Program, which connects professionals to host organizations from nearly 160 countries to advance innovative projects.
Dr. Molly Dunn, assistant professor in the NDMU School of Education, will serve as a Fulbright Specialist through 2025 and share her expertise as an educator, researcher, and education reform leader. Her experience teaching advanced courses in NDMU’s graduate education programs, coupled with her diverse research interests and work abroad, align with the program’s goal to build institutional connections and enhance the capacity of the host institutions. Learn more about the Fulbright Specialist Program.
NDMU Grad Wins 2nd Place in Bilingual Educators Dissertation Awards
A Notre Dame of Maryland University graduate placed second in the 2022 Outstanding Dissertation Awards from the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) for her examination of how education policies impact English learners’ success.
Dr. Xiomara Rivera Pagán D‘21 will receive honors at a Feb. 9 awards luncheon at NABE’s 51st Annual International Conference, held in New York City by the only national organization devoted to representing bilingual learners and bilingual education professionals. Learn more about her dissertation.
NDMU Nursing Faculty Selected for Digital Academy
A Notre Dame of Maryland University nursing professor and a leading voice in public health nursing was selected to join the inaugural Digital Academy by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN). The highly competitive academy connected innovative nurse educators with Apple Distinguished Educators to sharpen their skills as digital content creators.
Dr. Sabita Persaud, associate professor in the NDMU School of Nursing, was one of 30 nursing faculty selected for AACN’s Digital Academy: Building the Essentials Tool Kit with Digital Innovation, which took place from Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2021, in Dallas, Texas. Learn more about her academy experience.
NDMU Basketball Wins Fourth Straight
The Notre Dame of Maryland basketball team held its second straight conference opponent scoreless for nearly an entire quarter of play in Saturday's 67-46 win over Cedar Crest. The Gators collect their fourth-consecutive victory and move to 7-4 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference. NDMU is currently third in the CSAC standings. Read more about last weekend's victory.
In response to rising levels of the highly transmissible Omicron variant of COVID-19, the CSAC has made the decision to temporarily prohibit spectators at all athletic contests. This will remain in place through January 31, at which time the conference will review the policy.
Faculty, staff, and students with a current Notre Dame ID will be able to swipe into the library building during our regular hours. See our alerts page for current information.
Spring Semester Building Hours
- Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – Midnight
- Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Sunday: Noon – Midnight
Spring Copyright Workshops
The library will hold seven virtual workshops throughout the spring semester, beginning with a one-hour session on Wednesday, February 9! A full schedule is available below, click the links for registration and additional information on each individual workshop.
Interested in an Intelligence Career? Register to listen to a Zoom panel of professionals from the FBI, NSA, the State Department, and the Department of Defense on Tuesday, Feb 22 from 7 to 8 pm.
The Spring 2022 Nursing/Health Professionals Career Fair will be held on Thursday, Feb 24, 4:00-6:30 pm. Meet employers in group sessions via Zoom. Register at ndm.edu/nursingfair. Open to Nursing, Radiography, and other allied health professions.