November 24, 2017

CSM’s Giving Tuesday Is Nov. 28

Giving Tuesday

The College of Southern Maryland Foundation is gearing up to celebrate Giving Tuesday, a day when local residents step forward with gifts large and small to help local community college students as they work toward degrees, mastery of new skills sets, or certificates.

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Hospice Offers Compassionate Care

Hospice

With support from MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital and other medical facilities when needed, Hospice of St. Mary’s provides compassionate care for patients and families. Diane Haderly was one of those patients.

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Proctor to Serve on National Nursing Panel

Nursing

Lori Proctor, the continuing education healthcare director at the College of Southern Maryland, has been chosen by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing to serve on a standards setting panel.

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Third Hackathon Set for Nov. 30

Hackathon

The Third Congressional Hackathon has been announced by House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. The event will take place 2 to 6 pm Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, in the US Capitol in Washington, DC.

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Community Work Team Keeps County Cleaner

Community Work Team

The St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center has devised a new way to help the county deal with the problem of roadside trash, while also helping inmates get outside and contribute to the community.

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Four Inducted Into Nursing Honor Society

Nursing Honor Society

Four students were inducted into the College of Southern Maryland’s associate nursing degree honor society.

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Smokeout Promotes End to Tobacco Use

tobacco

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, making it the perfect month for the Great American Smokeout. Held the third Thursday of every November, the Smokeout is supported by MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital in Leonardtown.

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Hoyer Joins Podcast to Discuss Issues

Podcast

Congressman Steny H. Hoyer recently appeared on “The Bruce DePuyt Podcast” to discuss a number of issues currently being faced by Congress and the American people.

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CSM Robotics Team Has High Hopes for Season

The College of Southern Maryland robotics team has gone from laid back summer strategy sessions to much more intense days on the La Plata Campus as the Talons become immersed in the CSM robotics season.

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CSM Alum Starts Nonprofit for Children

Rigney

For Deb (Woolwine) Rigney, attending the College of Southern Maryland in the 1980s was a pivotal step in a life that has gone from playing collegiate volleyball to working to help children all over the world.

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