As a part of the inaugural festivities honoring McDaniel College President Dr. Julia Jasken, the faculty hosted a reception April 6 on the school for representatives from town of Westminster.
The occasion was a part of a collection of that befell all through the week to have fun McDaniel’s collaboration with town and study extra concerning the McDaniel College Center for Experience and Opportunity (CEO), the faculty’s one-stop store for experiential training and profession improvement for McDaniel college students and alumni.
Jasken was inaugurated April 9 as the faculty’s tenth president in its 155-year historical past and the second lady to carry the place. She has devoted almost her whole skilled life to increased training and most notably to McDaniel, starting within the classroom at McDaniel in 2003 as an English professor specializing in new media pedagogy and instructing quite a lot of skilled writing programs.
Jasken has served in numerous administrative roles on the school, together with as government vice chairman and provost, overseeing tutorial and pupil life. A champion of each the liberal arts and McDaniel’s student-centered mission, she has overseen the institution of most of the school’s most vital strategic initiatives and most not too long ago, led the Return to the Hill planning efforts through the COVID-19 pandemic. She additionally served because the chair of the faculty’s range, fairness and inclusion administrative workforce.
From left, Bernie Vogel, proprietor of JeannieBird Baking Company; Westminster City Council member Dan Hoff; Westminster City Council member Kevin Dayhoff; and Westminster Police Chief Tom Ledwell take time for a photograph on the reception. (Photo courtesy of McDaniel College)
Westminster City Council member Ann Gilbert shares a light-hearted second with the McDaniel College Green Terror mascot. (Photo courtesy of McDaniel College)
From left, Jennifer Maust, director of improvement at The ARC of Carroll County; McDaniel College President Julia Jasken; and Don Rowe, government director at The ARC of Carroll County, take time for a photograph. (Photo courtesy of McDaniel College)
From left, Deborah Sims, president of the board of administrators of The Westminster Community of Shalom; Marsha Martin, entrance desk help workforce member with Bladerunner Hair, Nails and Skin; Erin Benevento, affiliate dean for pupil improvement at McDaniel College; and Seth Duerr, director of athletic fundraising at McDaniel, attended the reception. (Photo courtesy of McDaniel College)
The McDaniel College Green Terror mascot discovered time to pal round with Ed Singer, watershed administration coordinator for Carroll County, and Michelle Singer. (Photo courtesy of McDaniel College)
McDaniel College Trustee Dolly Snyder addresses the visitors at a reception for representatives from town of Westminster. (Photo courtesy of McDaniel College)
From left, Tim McKenzie, affiliate director for group engagement with McDaniel College’s Center for Experience and Opportunity; Christina Ogle, supervisor of the Westminster department of the Carroll County Public Library; and Richard Turner, government director of the Carroll Media Center attended the reception. (Photo courtesy of McDaniel College)