May 17, 2022

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Research Building Design Unveiled @ Oct. 13 Forum

Research Building Design

The Southern Maryland Higher Education Center Board of Governors will host a full-day, public forum on education and innovation Oct. 13, 2017, from 8 am to 5 pm and unveil the design of the new Southern Maryland Research and Academic Building planned for completion on the SMHEC campus in fall 2020.

CSM Grows Innovation, Tech Opportunities

CSM Grows Innovation, Tech Opportunities

The College of Southern Maryland, along with Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland, College Park, in partnership with the Maryland Department of Commerce, have endowed $8.6 million in three new research professorships.

CSM, Partners Create Student Pathway

Student Pathway

College of Southern Maryland is dedicated to serving both students and the local workforce, and recently signed an agreement with several partners in the community that is designed to focus the partners on preparing local business students for contracting work at NAVAIR at NAS Patuxent River.

Nonprofit Leaders Get Help at Conference

Nonprofit leaders

Nonprofit leaders and the people who support them came to the College of Southern Maryland Nonprofit Institute Conference at the College of Southern Maryland on April 28. The conference attracted more than 150 people to hear from local experts on the issues faced by nonprofits and community leaders.

Meeting Challenges for Today’s Warfighter

Meeting Challenges for Today's Warfighter

The Patuxent Partnership will present “Identifying Solutions to Warfighter Challenges Through Technology and Innovation” from 8 am to 4:30 pm Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at the Holiday Inn Solomons Conference Center.

Women Honored for Contributions to Community

Outstanding Women

This year’s Women’s History Month banquet in St. Mary’s County celebrated three local women — Barbara Thompson, Lillian Cavanagh, and Patricia Brady — for their contributions to the county.

Ives Recounts Academy’s First Female Class

Ives

Life for the first female class at the US Naval Academy was not easy. Barbara Ives recounts her time there.

Cherry Blossom Festival Opens at 11 April 9, Costumed Dog Parade at Noon

artspark cherry blossom festival

Great Mills High School Marching Band to open the 2017 ArtsPark Cherry Blossom Festival and followed by Broadway, Salsa, Gospel, Chorale, and Orchestral emsembles throughout the afternoon. Winner of Lexington Park Alive! mural competition announced at 4 at the Three Notch Theatre.

CSM Celebrates Local Nonprofits, Volunteers

csm nonprofit institute

For six years, the College of Southern Maryland’s Nonprofit Institute has offered a day-long event offering education, collaboration, and information for the nonprofit organizations across Southern Maryland. This year, the institute added to that event by honoring some of the most giving and dedicated volunteers in the region.

The College of Southern Maryland’s Nonprofit Institute held a day-long conference that offered education, collaboration and information for the nonprofit organizations across Southern Maryland. This year, the institute also honored some of the most giving and dedicated volunteers in the region.

CSM Students Lobby Legislators in Annapolis

College of Southern Maryland student representatives traveled to the state capital as part of the annual Student Advocacy Day. Fifteen students met with local legislators Feb. 10 in Annapolis.