MBU students were selected to participate in the Rotary International NewGen Peacebuilders program, a global youth peace education program that emphasizes the role, value, and impact of young people (ages 14 through 24) in achieving a peaceful world.
MBU senior Diamonique Anderson directed the Election Live broadcast on election night in November. Working with more than 60 other students, she helped track the results of state and local races and dove into relevant topics for voters electing a new Virginia governor.
Awarded to Mary Baldwin students studying social work.
The Math Club took 22 students to the Shenandoah Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics (SUMS) Conference at James Madison University in September. The students were Jasmine-Lycurgus Truitt, Sarah Webb, Rachael Bailey, Corinne Weeks, Clara Liddick, Kate Dickinson, Sarah Mosinski, Kendall Timmons, Gabrielle Bolen, Alora Wogsland, Lydia Hurt, Mariame Dembele, Shari Moody, Asyra Cunningham, Spencer Sigtryggsson, Phoenix Wilson, Anna Wright, Allie Brown, Shayna Jackson, Alayah Austin, Jan Edlene Miguel, and Shamika McCoy. SUMS at JMU is an annual conference promoting undergraduate research in mathematics, statistics, and their applications. It features contributed undergraduate research talks, invited talks aimed at a general undergraduate math audience, a poster session, and panels about graduate school, undergraduate research, and math careers.
Mary Baldwin College students Jennifer Jin and Mwazomela Mbewe presented a poster at the Spring 2015 American Chemical Society National Meeting in Denver.