Join us for a free virtual information session to discover the NDMU Difference, and what makes NDMU's School of Pharmacy right for you! Hear directly from current students, alumni, and staff about available scholarships and financial aid, leadership and community engagement opportunities, and how to prepare for applications and interviews.

We will be joined by Chris Hanlon, Director of Financial Aid at NDMU, Dr. Paola Rivera Mudafort, class of 2022 graduate and current PGY-1 pharmacy resident at Anne Arundel Medical Center, and Ana Flores Santiago, a current P3 student who is actively engaged in several student organizations and serves as president of the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacist (APhA-ASP) NDMU Chapter. Opening remarks will be delivered by Dr. Matthew Shimoda, interim dean of the School of Pharmacy.

Join the English Department for a screening of The Hunger Games! Hot apple cider and fresh cookies will be available.

In today’s world, science and religious faith often seem to be at odds with each other: either one is a scientist, or one is a believer.  Must it be that way? Is that really the whole story? Join the Religious Studies department and the Morrissy Honors Program for a discussion with guest speaker Dr. Pat Fosarelli '73 M.D., D.Min.

 

A general body interest meeting that's open to interested students from all majors and current club members to learn what BES has planned for the future.

Kristyanna Erickson

Associate Professor
410-532-5711

A zine (pronounced “zeen”) is a small-batch, self-published DIY magazine made popular in the 1990s in punk subcultures as a way to share information and ideas amongst local communities. This workshop will take you through the origin of zines and zine culture and teach you the basics of zine creation. By the end of the pop up, you’ll have one “master flat” to photocopy and share with the world! 

Learn how to piece together and sew a quilt square using a geometric pattern in this hands-on class!

Learn how to use ArcGIS StoryMaps to create a virtual narrative experience for your research project! This software enables you to incorporate photos, videos, audio files, and more to create an immersive storytelling experience from your research. In this class, you’ll learn the benefits of including a StoryMap in your digital scholarship project and how to use this software.

Get started using the free geographic information system ArcGIS to create digital maps for research, teaching, and digital scholarship!

Explore programming, circuits and various DIY maker projects with the Adafruit Circuit Playground Express. Start programming right away with built-in features and sensors for sound, light, temperature, and motion sensors.