Mar02

All Graduate Programs Open House

Saturday 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Overview:
Join the Office of Graduate Enrollment Services for an All Graduate Programs Open House on Saturday, March 2nd, 2019. At this open house you can preview Marymount's career-advancing graduate programs and have your questions answered by faculty and representatives from Financial Aid, Career Services, and Admissions. Learn all about what Marymount has to offer, including: expert faculty with real-world experience and strong professional connections, small classes that combine academic theory with practical application, a collaborative learning environment, flexible schedules and three convenient northern Virginia locations including the state-of-the-art Ballston Center. RSVP online or call 703-284-5901 for assistance.

Location: Ballston Center (1000 N. Glebe Rd)

Mar19

Poetry Reading with David Gewanter

Tuesday 12:30 PM - 02:00 PM
Overview:
Join us on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 19th, as we welcome award-winning poet and teacher David Gewanter to Marymount University. Gewanter teaches poetry at Georgetown University and is the author of several books of poetry. His collection In the Belly (1997) won the Ploughshares’s John C. Zacharis First Book Award, and The Sleep of Reason (2003) was a finalist for the Academy of American Poets' James Laughlin Award. According to the Poetry Foundation, Gewanter's' work is "a layered, lyrical poetry of ideas that often explores themes of family, nature, and reason." This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

Poetry reading with David Gewanter

Location: Lee Reception Room

Mar21

Marymount Film Fest

Thursday 12:00 AM
21-Mar-2019 to 22-Mar-2019
Overview:
MU Film Fest features films on a theme selected by students each year, and it is hosted by faculty and students who are interested in film as an art form, a cultural artifact, and a community experience. This year's theme is "Frontiers, Borderlands, and Westerns," featuring films ranging from early silent cinema to contemporary reinterpretations of the Western genre. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Dr. Marguerite Rippy (mrippy@marymount.edu).

MU FIlm Fest 2019
Tentative Schedule

Thursday, 3/21

9-11:30 Django Unchained
12-2:30 Blazing Saddles or The Searchers;
5-7:30 Brokeback Mountain
Panel Discussion 

Friday, 3/22

9-11:30 Great Train Robbery/Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Panel Discussion
12:30-3 The Good, The Bad & the Ugly
3:30-5:00 Lawless

Location: Reinsch Auditorium

Mar27

OPT/CPT Workshops

Wednesday 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Overview:
F-1 Visa holding students must attend a workshop so they learn about internships and employment opportunities after graduation.
Sign up here

Sponsored by International Student Services

Location: Ostapenko 1001, Main campus

Mar29

3D Printing the Future: How Blended Reality Can Help Us Be Better at Doing Good

Friday 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Overview:
Professor John A. Stuart of Florida International University will be giving a talk entitled "3D Printing the Future: How Blended Reality Can Help Us Be Better at Doing Good." All are welcome.


John Stuart is an award-winning designer, author, video artist, and a tenured full professor in the Department of Architecture within the College of Architecture + The Arts at Florida International University in Miami.

Location: Main Campus: Gerard Dining Hall

Apr02

Reading and Book Signing with Ed Aymar

Tuesday 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Overview:
Please join us as we welcome author and Marymount alum Ed Aymar to campus for a reading, discussion, and book signing. Called "one of the most promising and talented hard-boiled crime writers of his generation” by Vincent Zandri of The New York Times, Aymar has written several novels, including The Unrepentant, will be published in March of 2019 by Down and Out Books. His other thrillers include the novel-in-stories The Night of the Flood (in which he served as co-editor and contributor), as well as I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead and You’re As Good As Dead. Aymar also writes a monthly column for the Washington Independent Review of Books and serves as the Managing Editor of The Thrill Begins, ITW’s online resource for aspiring and debut thriller writers. (Biography information drawn from the author's website.)

This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

Reading and Signing with Ed Aymar

Location: Lee Reception Room

Apr08

International Week

Monday 04:09 AM - 09:10 PM
08-Apr-2019 to 12-Apr-2019
Overview:
International Week is a time to celebrate the diversity at Marymount. Our community will have the opportunity to participate in several multicultural events that will provide the opportunity for cultural appreciation and understanding. All events are open to everybody on campus and it culminates with the 23rd semi-formal international banquet.
Check the website for updates on the upcoming schedule.

Location: Various locations on campus

Apr11

OPT/CPT Workshops

Thursday 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Overview:
F-1 Visa holding students must attend a workshop so they learn about internships and employment opportunities after graduation.
Sign up here

Sponsored by International Student Services

Location: Ballston Conference Center

Apr13

5th Annual Marymount 5K

Saturday 08:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Overview:
Join us for the fifth annual Marymount 5K on Saturday, April 13, 2018.  

Our History

Marymount University Doctor of Physical Therapy program hosted the first Marymount 5K in the spring of 2015. We have attracted over 500 runners annually and raised over $20,000 each year to support our medical mission.

About Our Race
Join us in 2019 for the fifth annual Marymount 5K supporting the Department of Physical Therapy’s foundational pillars of Global Perspective, Service to Others, and Intellectual Curiosity.

Our Medical Mission
Our medical mission allows students and faculty travel to orphanages, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, and rehabilitation clinics where we provide physical therapy services...Read more


Interested in Donating to an amazing cause?
You don't have to run to help change lives around the world. Please contact us at MU5K@marymount.edu if you have any questions or just click the donate button at the bottom of the page. All donations are accepted, big and small!

Location: Ballston Center Courtyard

May03

End of Semester International Club Picnic

Friday 03:30 PM - 06:00 PM
Overview:
Join us for an end-of-semester social with students, faculty and staff that includes a nature hike and a barbecue to celebrate the end of the school year.
Sponsored by International Student Services and International Club

Location: Main Campus, Gerard Lobby

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