The Baltimore Banner

Three NDMU students Jensen Armstrong '26, Anna Choudhary '25, and Eliza Davis '25, along with alumna Amy Rosenkrans '93, D'17, are helping to tell the history of the Woman's Industrial Exchange in Baltimore. The research team is bringing to life the stories of the women entrepreneurs in a project led by the Maryland Women's Heritage Center.

Global Sisters Report

Sr. Kathleen Feeley shares reflections from her third book, How Beautiful!: School Sisters of Notre Dame in Africa: 1970-2020, which recounts the 50-year history of the School Sisters of Notre Dame on the continent.

Colorful watercolor artwork for Alice in Wonderland production

Family-friendly, Interactive Production Showcases Artistic Talents of NDMU Community Members

Marti Tirinnanzi headshot with event details

Marti Tirinnanzi ‘82 Serves on the Board of Directors for a Fortune 500 Company

Rosie Rios Headshot

Rios Most Known For Initiative to Place a Woman on U.S. Paper Currency For the First Time in Over a Century

Molly Dunn stands between two professors from Malawi

Dr. Molly Dunn Shares Personal and Professional Impact of Her Four-week Trip Abroad

Catholic Review

The Notre Dame of Maryland University women’s basketball team is going dancing, heralding a new era for the athletics program at the North Baltimore school.

NDMU women's basketball celebrates its CSAC championship

Gators Will Enter NCAA Division III Tournament with 23-4 Record, Seven-Game Winning Streak

The Baltimore Banner

An in-depth look at the creation of the Gormley Gallery exhibition "Life on Hold," which features work created by incarcerated women.

Allison Lawrence

Allison Lawrence from Stanley Black & Decker Kicks off Women’s History Month at NDMU