Every year, a group of Marymount University students visits Rome during Spring Break as part of the Global Classroom Series program.
Organic chemistry has long been a notorious course for college students, and one that can be a "make or break" class for certain career paths.
Dr. Deana Jaber, who teaches chemistry courses at Marymount, talks about the importance of student research in the field, as well as her work in developing pedagogical tools for teaching organic chemistry.
A key topic on the campaign trail in 2020 is paid parental leave. This issue has also been at the heart of Dr. Megan McFarlane's research in both Women's and Gender Studies and the U.S. military.
To break into the criminal justice field, it's important to not only have internships on your resume but hands-on experience as well.
As costs of higher education and textbook affordability remain critical issues nationwide, many schools are now utilizing open educational resources (OER's). They are free for educators to use, and they help save students thousands of dollars in textbook costs.
The U.S. is dealing with an immigration crisis in the present day, but we're not too far removed from a very similar situation that occurred in the 1980's. Dr. Leigh Johnson joins us to talk about the Sanctuary Movement, immigration policies and more.
Many principals and administrators of Catholic schools in Northern Virginia and beyond have an important connection to Marymount University.
In this episode of "Faculty in Focus," Dr. Holly Karapetkova (Professor, Literature & Languages) focuses on her current poetry manuscript project, Planter's Wife, which uses primary source documents and historical research to explore slavery in antebellum America through the voices of plantation mistresses.
"Faculty in Focus" is a new university-produced video series that puts the spotlight on Marymount faculty members, their classes and their impact on students. In these sit-down interviews, faculty discuss their unique approaches to teaching, research and service. We were honored to have Drs. Carl Sachs and Matthew Bakker join us for this inaugural episode.