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MICUA’s 16 private, nonprofit colleges and universities serve 63,000 students annually and award 27% of all degrees conferred by a Maryland four-year institution.


BowenTake 10 with Jose Antonio Bowen, Goucher College president
What means the most when it comes to the memories and experiences of a modern day Renaissance man like Jose Antonio Bowen, the 52-year-old president of Goucher College? Moving to Baltimore with his wife, Kimberly, last July to take the job as head of the liberal arts college was the latest stop in a journey that started in his hometown of Fresno, Calif.

Fr LinnaneLoyola University Maryland president announces sabbatical
Loyola University Maryland President Rev. Brian Linnane announced he will be taking a sabbatical from the school for six months this fall. Loyola’s Board of Trustees approved the break and appointed Executive Vice President Susan Donovan acting president.

cons dayNotre Dame of Maryland University is the First Maryland University Granted United Nations NGO Status
Notre Dame of Maryland University has been granted non-governmental organization status by the United Nations’ Department of Public Information, the first Maryland university to receive the designation.

Simon NewmanThis private equity CEO left the industry to lead Mount St. Mary's University
Simon Newman has done private equity. He's started multiple businesses and raised billions of dollars. He's been in consulting, working with companies like Disney and Universal Studios. Now he's making a huge jump into higher education. Newman on Tuesday started as the new president of Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg.  

WAU BuildingTakoma Park university plans to expand health professions building: Washington Adventist University hopes to start construction next year
While Washington Adventist Hospital makes plans to reduce its presence in Takoma Park, Washington Adventist University, located near the medical center, is heading in the opposite direction.

GuthrieSuperintendent of the Year credits McDaniel
Maryland Superintendent of the Year Stephen Guthrie credits his McDaniel graduate school experience — both as a student and as an educator — for much of his career success. “I had wonderful preparation on both sides of the desk,” says Guthrie, who is serving in his fifth year as chief of Carroll County Public Schools.