Students graduating from the third cohort of Maryland’s only master’s degree program in art therapy present their thesis work and accept questions from the audience.

Julia Andersen

Julia Andersen

Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director

A reception in Doyle Formal will follow the ceremony.

Amy Rohrs

Amy Rohrs

Dean's Office Assistant/Coordinator of Clinical Placement

Phi Sigma lota Induction is a international foreign language honor society, member of the association of college honor societies. 

Phi Sigma lota recognizes outstanding accomplishment in the study or teaching of any of the academic fields related to foreign language, literature, or culture. These fields include not only modern foreign languages, but also classics, linguistics, philology, comparative literature, bilingual education, second language acquisition and other interdisciplinary programs with a significant foreign language component. Phi Sigma lota is the highest academic honor in the filed of foreign languages. There are approximately 180 chapters of Phi Sigma lota at institutions of higher learning in the US and at American University in Paris, France.

The Elizabeth Morrissy Honors Program and The Political Science Department Present:

UKRAINE PANEL, A Discussion of Energy Security, Foreign Policy, Domestic Conditions and Disinformation!

Featured Panelists

Martin Jirusek, Fulbright Scholar
Adam Knight, Assistant Professor of Political Science
Anne Henderson, Associate Professor of Political Science
Andrew Langer, President of the Institute for Liberty
Jolisse Gray, International Relations Student '22

Evelyn Spratt headshot

Evelyn Spratt

Director of the Morrissy Honors Program, Associate Professor


Join Omega Phi Alpha and SANND for Overdose Response Training with Dr. Moody from the School of Pharmacy as a part of our Opioid Epidemic Awareness Week. Together, we will be learning how to administer Narcan.

Join Omega Phi Alpha and SANND for our last day of the Opioid Epidemic Awareness Week. Together, with Dr. Moody from the School of Pharmacy, we will end the week discussing how we can improve access to Narcan in our community and what public health officials can do to improve the opioid epidemic. 

NDMU Juniors & Seniors are invited to explore the many graduate degrees and certificate programs offered at Notre Dame of Maryland University. Stop by to speak with faculty in areas that interest you and enjoy the pizza and drinks provided.

Program Areas

  • Alcohol & Drug Counseling
  • Art Therapy
  • Business & Communication
  • Education & Teaching
  • English
  • Healthcare (Nursing/Occupational Therapy/Pharmacy)

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