Questions? Contact:

Dean Bert Ifill
Interim Director
rnifill@smcm.edu
240.895.4208



Upcoming Events

World Carnival 2010


Mocktail Friday 
Fri, Apr 4
5:00 p.m.
Aldom Lounge



Campus Leaders

Featured Scholar

DeSousa-Brent Scholars excel in the classroom and beyond.

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Promoting Inclusiveness

Historic St. Mary's City

Scholars host annual visits to high schools and community centers in Maryland and Washington, DC, to promote St. Mary's to talented high school students.

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LEADERSHIP PROJECTS, SPRING 2011

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Documentary Films  

The DeSousa Brent Scholars Program

Trailer: 

Directors/Production Team: Sean Allred, Cecilia Carino, and Yasmin Sanchez, DeVohn Gilmore, Eugene Hammond, CeCe McKay, Kate Novak, Raven Owens, and Jasmine Smith


World of Religions

Director: Doug Pelaez

  

Diversity and Culture E- Zine: Ensemble
Creators: Chelsea Cesaro, Djiine Gaspard, Zara Marvi, and Pierre Zibi

ensemble

 

Clean Water for Haiti Fundraising Campaign: March 3 to April 18
Organizers: Jessica Placido, Ebony Squire, and Ashley Wagstaff

Haiti        Cory Duct Tape

March 3: Film: Avatar
March 8 and 9: Tabling in Campus Center
April 11: Duct Tape Fundraiser (taping Cory Young to a wall!)
April 18: Raffle

 

Outreach to High School Students: February 8 to March 21
Organizers: Will Mathews, Marissa Sims, Cory Young, and Travis Woody

Marissa        Outreach

February 8-11: FENCES Arts Bridge Luncheons, SMCM
February 11-13: African-American Male Leadership Weekend, SMCM
February 19: Admissions Open House, SMCM
February 25: Fairlead Academy, Lexington Park, MD
March 4: Friendship Collegiate Academy, Baltimore, MD
March 17: Carver Vocational-Technical School, Baltimore, MD
March 18: Northwestern High School, Baltimore, MD
March 21: Baltimore Freedom Academy, Baltimore, MD

 

Cultural and Diversity Events: March 28 to September 23 
Organizers: Marilyn Hucek, Jessica McCarter, Marché Pearson, and Pooja Taneja

 Julie King    We are One     Divided

March 23: International music for the opening of the Boyden Gallery's 42nd Annual Student Art Exhibition
March 28: This is ME! with guest Prof. Julie King -- A discussion of adornment and identity.
April 13: We are One – A discussion of prejudice
April 22: World Music Dance Party
September 14–23: Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath, with filmmaker Valarie Kaur (commemorating 9/11).

 

No Limits Room (Gaming and Discussion Space): April 12, 14, and 16
Organizers: Mitchell Gresham, Wayne Johnson, Christian MacAuley, and Tori Moulden

Artspace

 

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