Gold and Silver Awards for Enrollment Video
St. Mary's College of Maryland has been awarded the top Gold Accolade Award in the annual Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District II Awards program for its 30-second enrollment video. The same video is also a Silver Winner in the national Collegiate Advertising Awards.
The 2017 CASE District II Accolades Awards program recognizes and honors exceptional service and work from members of District II, comprised of colleges and universities in Delaware, Washington D.C., Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ontario, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Collegiate Advertising Awards program is a national program created to honor excellence in all forms of advertising, marketing and promotion specific to higher education products and services. Entries compete against similarly sized colleges, universities and other educational organizations from across the nation.
St. Mary's College's enrollment video is a 30–second commercial used in television and digital format to promote the institution. Filmed over summer 2016, it combines the historic and scenic setting of St. Mary's College with the academic rigor for which the public honors college is known. Carolyn Curry, vice president of Institutional Advancement and Lee Capristo, director of publications, led the College's effort in partnership with Creative Communications Associates from Troy, NY, who was contracted to film and produce the video. The company's president, Ed Sirianno '82, is an alumnus of St. Mary's College.
St. Mary's College, Historic St. Mary's City Capital Design Advisory Committee to Hold Public Meeting, April 27
The Capital Design Advisory (CDA) Committee of St. Mary's College of Maryland and Historic St. Mary's City will hold a meeting on Thursday, April 27, 2017. The open forum is from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., in the College's Cole Cinema, Campus Center, and a public meeting starting at 7:30 p.m. is also in the College's Cole Cinema, Campus Center. Discussion topics will include updates on:
Historic St. Mary's City
• Wooden Pavilion Project
• Current Visitors Center Rehabilitation
• Dove Pier Replacement
St. Mary's College of Maryland
• New Academic Building/Auditorium
• Route 5 Traffic Calming Phase II Update
• New Academic Building/Auditorium and Jamie L. Roberts Stadium and Athletic Fields
College staff will be on hand to talk with visitors about the various items presented. Feedback from the community will be welcomed. For the full meeting agenda, visit the CDA website at www.smcm.edu/facilities/capital-design-advisory/meeting-notes-and-presentations/.
The CDA was created by St. Mary's College and Historic St. Mary's City to provide an interface for community input to their capital development planning. The CDA is charged with seeking public comment in its review of master plan and design proposals for major capital improvement and landscape projects on the St. Mary's College campus and the grounds of Historic St. Mary's City. Membership of the CDA includes representatives from community organizations, the College and Historic St. Mary's City.
Political Science Department Host Panel Discussion on the first 100 days of Donald Trump's Presidency
St. Mary's College of Maryland's Political Science Department will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, April 26, 4:50 p.m. in Cole Cinema at the College's Campus Center.
The panel discussion, titled 100 Days of Trump, will feature commentary and analysis by Political Science Professors Todd Eberly, Matt Fehrs, Susan Grogan, and Antonio Ugues.
Never before in modern American politics has a new president been so committed to undoing the legacy of his predecessor. But as President Trump rolls back Obama-era policies, his own agenda is bogged down by conflict, controversy, court challenges, and continued gridlock in Congress. What have we learned from President Trump's first 100 days and what might we expect from the next 100 or 1,000 days?