August 15, 2018

Lilly Family Recognized for Legacy Gift

CSM Legacy Gift

A ceremony at the College of Southern Maryland recently named the lobby, wing, and conference room in the Community Education Building at the La Plata Campus in recognition of the Lilly family and their recent legacy gift to CSM.

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Crippen to Speak on Federal Budget, Deficit

Federal Budget

Learn from an expert about the federal budget and implications of long deficits. Through a partnership with the Center for the Study of Democracy at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Dr. Dan Crippen, former director of the Congressional Budget Office, will speak Thursday, Sept. 6, at the college.

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Patriot Springs Plans Inaugural Gala

Patriot Springs

Patriot Springs, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping veterans, is planning its Inaugural Gala on Aug. 24, 2018, at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center in California. 

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Auxiliary Is at the Heart of MedStar

Auxiliary

Without the MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital Auxiliary, it’s hard to know where the Leonardtown hospital would be today.

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Americans with Disabilities Act Turns 28

Americans with Disabilities

In late July, House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer addressed Congress to commemorate the 28th anniversary of the signing of the bipartisan Americans with Disabilities Act into law.

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CSM Earns Workplace Excellence Awards

Workplace Excellence Awards

The College of Southern Maryland has received several Workplace Excellence Awards from the Alliance for Workplace Excellence (AWE) this year, as announced at an annual award luncheon in Gaithersburg June 8.

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Presenters Announced for HSMP Meeting

HSMP Meeting

Jane Lawing and Ashly Nelson will be two of the presenters at the Healthy St. Mary’s Partnership 2018 annual meeting Sept. 13.

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State Wants Security Help for Electoral Systems

Electoral Systems

The safety of Maryland’s Electoral Systems has been on the forefront of citizens’ minds in recent years, and Congressman Steny H. Hoyer is no different.

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Government Partnerships Benefit CSM Student

Government Partnerships

A 20-year-old College of Southern Maryland student from Dentsville has been able to benefit from government partnerships with the college, taking full advantage of the school’s connection to labs and Navy bases in the region. 

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MedStar Weighs in on Vape Debate

Vape Debate

As the e-cigarette market heats up, many people believe that vaping is less dangerous than actual cigarettes. However, the vape debate has sparked new interest around the dangers of the use of tobacco products and the harmful effects of nicotine. MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital in Leonardtown is hoping to educate the public about the potential problems of the nearly 500 brands and 7,700 flavors of e-cigarettes. 

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