While many major universities and colleges across the country had to revert back to online learning mid-semester due to outbreaks of COVID-19 cases, schools within Frederick County found more success.
Hood College’s Dean of the Graduate School, April Boulton, Ph.D., was accepted to be a part of the Council of Graduate School’s workshop program in Washington, D.C.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Hood College in four major lists in the north region: No. 17 in Best Value, No. 28 in Best Undergraduate Teaching, No. 28 in Best Colleges for Veterans and No. 56 in Best Regional Universities.
Hood College’s Dean of the Graduate School, April Boulton, Ph.D., was accepted to be a part of the Council of Graduate School’s workshop progr…
U.S. News & World Report ranked Hood College in four major lists in the north region: No. 17 in Best Value, No. 28 in Best Undergraduate T…
Hood College has resumed operations after a student tested positive for COVID-19 late last week, which sent the entire campus into a shelter-i…
Elizabeth Atwood, Ph.D., associate professor of journalism at Hood College, wrote “The Liberation of Marguerite Harrison, America’s First Fema…
Following one student testing positive for COVID-19, Hood College instituted a shelter-in-place order Sunday night that will last at least 72 hours.
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Frederick County Public Schools recently launched a new series called “Vision 2020” to air on FCPS TV.
Olivia White, vice president for student life and dean of students at Hood College, will retire later this year after more than 27 years at the college.
Mount St. Mary’s University has added a new employee to its roster, hiring the school’s first-ever sports dietitian.
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