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Mary Baldwin College and the Heifetz International Music Institute are joining forces on a new campaign called Take Your Seat.
Mary Baldwin College has received a $200,000 grant from the William Randolph Hearst Foundation for the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership.
Mary Baldwin College Theatre continues its season with Arcadia by Tom Stoppard, directed by Greg A. Beam.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center is collaborating with Mary Baldwin College to present a special set of art classes.
The Heifetz International Music Institute in partnership with Mary Baldwin College announced a joint initiative to create an innovative three-week intensive summer program,
The Mary Baldwin College theatre season returns this month with Eurydice, written by Tony Award nominee Sarah Ruhl.
Amy Tillerson-Brown, an associate professor of history at Mary Baldwin College, will speak on “Black Lives Matter: Movement and Misconceptions” on Feb. 9.
Joining the Mary Baldwin student body this spring semester is a cohort of graduate students in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant program.
Founder and Artistic Director Daniel Heifetz brings back to the Staunton stage a “Heifetz Band” of alumni all-stars for a celebration of the season.
You may have heard the rumors of murder, sex, and treason running rampant in Elsinore castle. At Sweet Wag Shakespeare’s Hamlet watch it all unfold first-hand in 60 minutes as Hamlet grapples with the ultimate question “to be or not to be” in a world where anyone with access to the internet can perform their life on a global stage.
Mary Baldwin College named Andrew Stephens as the new head basketball coach on Monday, the school announced.
After tallying more than 200 contributions from donors throughout the Shenandoah Valley, the Heifetz International Music Institute today announced the successful conclusion of its “Shenandoah Scholarship Campaign,” an unprecedented dollar-for-dollar $100,000 matching-grant challenge designed to bring some of world’s most talented young musicians to study at the acclaimed Institute regardless of their ability to pay.
Mary Baldwin College events on the calendar this month.
Dr. Paul Bogard, an assistant professor of English at James Madison University and author of “The End of Night: Searching for Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light,” will do readings from his book and discuss the issue of light pollution at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 26 at Mary Baldwin College.
Upcoming events at Mary Baldwin College.
The Heifetz International Music Institute is hosting a special “Heifetz On Tour Scholarship Concert” to benefit the Institute’s new Shenandoah Scholarship campaign.
Events at Mary Baldwin College for the Jan. 27-Feb. 5 period.
Arts, events, theater and lectures on the calendar of events at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton.
As one of the college presidents attending today’s White House College Opportunity Day of Action, Pamela Fox is putting Mary Baldwin College on the national stage with a commitment to support minority women in STEM fields.
Mary Baldwin College continues the 2014-2015 arts season with the These Shining Lives, by Melanie Marnich.
The Heifetz on Tour concert series kicking off this week will feature violinist and Charlottesville native Madison Vest and cellist Zach Mowitz.
The Wayne Theatre Alliance will join forces with the Heifetz International Institute to present a concert by Heifetz on Tour musicians at the Main Street United Methodist Church.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum announced today that Robin von Seldeneck will be assuming more of the management responsibilities at the Presidential Library with the title of vice president and chief operating officer.
Mary Baldwin College will host a public lecture by visiting novelist Angie Cruz at 7 p.m. on Nov. 5 in Francis Auditorium, in the Jesse C. Pearce Science Building.
Photographs will provide a peek at Augusta County’s past on Sunday, November 2, at a special presentation by the Augusta County Historical Society.
Mary Baldwin College, the Staunton Creative Community Fund and Valley Conservation Council are joining forces to co-host Staunton’s Food Day Festivities on Thursday from 4-7 pm at Mary Baldwin’s Hunt Dining Hall.
Events at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Va.
Mary Baldwin College opens its 2014-2015 theatre season with the musical Quilters by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek.
Events on the calendar at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton for the period Sept. 17-Oct. 1.
Highlighting the achievements of the past year and providing a glimpse into the future, Mary Baldwin College President Pamela Fox officially opened the 2014-15 academic year August 27 with the annual State of the College Address.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of July, is exhibiting the works of SVAC member artists, in an exhibition judged by Jim Sconyers, Jr., Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History, Mary Baldwin College.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of June, is exhibiting the works of SVAC member artists, in an exhibition judged by Jim Sconyers, Jr., Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History, Mary Baldwin College.
Lucinda Marshall Segneri never seems to sit still, and she will be visiting her hometown to share five books that have been recently released (which encompass just three of her many interests).
All eight candidates for Staunton City Council and moderator Carly Stephenson of WHSV-TV will take part in a candidates forum sponsored by the Spencer Center at Mary Baldwin College and Transition Staunton Augusta.
Extensive research led by Mary Baldwin College professor Amy Tillerson Brown into a local African-American cemetery is now easily accessible online on a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.
In 2013, Melissa Wolcott decided she was tired of paying someone to do her taxes. She knew her tax return was simple, and she knew that any of her hard-earned money was too much to spare when a free service was available. She visited the Valley VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) site at stuarts draft […]
To mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s March on Washington, Waynesboro Public Library will offer a series of screenings and scholarly presentations centered on several documentaries with riveting new footage illustrating the history of civil rights in America.
As Mary Baldwin College prepares to open the doors to the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences in June, it is already announcing plans to expand curricular offerings.
Schedule of upcoming events at the Waynesboro Public Library.
Bridgewater College adjunct instructor of music Lacey Johnson will present a piano recital on Sunday, Jan. 12, at 7:30 p.m., in the Carter Center for Worship and Music at Bridgewater College.
Just a week after the physical therapy program at Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences (MDCHS) reached another important accreditation benchmark, the college’s Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program has also earned candidacy status.
The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences reached a crucial benchmark this week in pursuit of full accreditation by the internationally recognized Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), allowing students to be accepted into Mary Baldwin’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
Tickets are now on sale for Blithe Spirit at the Fletcher Collins Jr. Theatre, on the Mary Baldwin College campus.
Following a nationwide search, Mary Baldwin College has selected Brigadier General Teresa Djuric to serve as the new commandant of cadets for the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership (VWIL) and special assistant to the president, effective October 1.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, a member of the Armed Services Committee, pressed top United States Air Force officials in a hearing today on the issue of sexual assault in the military including the arrest of Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski, chief of the Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response branch, on charges of sexual battery in Arlington, Virginia. In his questioning, Kaine expressed his concern over the signal these news accounts send to current and future servicemembers, noting his recent visit with female cadets at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine joined Roanoke Mayor Dave Bowers and members of the local business community today to tour the city’s downtown and discuss economic development in the region. During the discussion, Kaine expressed his support for the Marketplace Fairness Act that will level the playing field for small businesses in Roanoke and across Virginia that are a major source of job creation.
Great Potential Press announces the release of its newest book, College at 13: Young, Gifted, and Purposeful, written by Razel Solow, Ph.D., and Celeste Rhodes, Ph.D. This book describes 14 highly gifted young women, now in their 30s, who left home to attend college at age 13 to 16, skipping all or most of high […]
For Sabrina Almarode, who was, admittedly, “scared” after learning that she was being laid off from Invista in 2009, the chance to go back to school under a federal education program was a lifeline. And the Fishersville woman is taking full advantage, working toward a degree in business at Blue Ridge Community College in Weyers […]
Lifelong learning at Mr. Jefferson’s University An innovative program of university-level short courses developed at the University of Virginia will be offering classes in Staunton starting in September. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute offers classes in topics ranging from the modern presidency to the relationship between science and faith, the history of opera, memoir writing, […]