President Ann McElaney-Johnson reflects on pandemic leadership lessons in op-ed for Inside Higher Ed.
Student leaders are recognized at end-of-the-year Athenian Awards ceremony
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The Mount participates in a nationwide initiative to urge Congress to double the Pell Grant.
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Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck visits the Mount to share his experience leading restaurants and other global businesses.
The Alumnae Association Board of Directors welcomes three new additions
President McElaney-Johnson celebrates one decade at the Mount as she continues to build upon the Mount’s legacy.
Despite the demands of multiple roles, Emerald Archer successfully manages the chaos because she focuses on her passion
The new VP for equity, diversity and justice is focused on establishing the Mount as an antiracist university model
New VP of enrollment brings a wealth of experience to her position and insights for what the future holds
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Religious studies professor Robin Owens, PhD, encourages women to embrace their roles as leaders
GenHERation Connection gave a student not only a mentor for her last year of college but her current boss
Hines-Gaither, a highly experienced diversity educator and leader, joins the Mount as the new vice president for DEJ
The 2021 Women’s Leadership Conference explores how to create more just and equitable workplaces
World Health Organization official shares career advice with Mount students.
LA County Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell discusses women’s leadership and California politics with Mount students.
Leah FitzGerald, PhD, FNP, FAAN, has been selected to be a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (Academy).
Erika Jones '00 on challenges she faces as a board members of the California Teachers Association
Tech entrepreneur John L. Hennessy spoke to business students as part of the Vantage Point series
The new strategic plan details the continuing work of the University
The annual Legislator in Residence speaker series featured politicians Holly J. Mitchell and Cristina Garcia.
Celebrating the amazing talents and contributions of our student leaders - Athenian Awards 2021
Tune in to a variety of topics and listen to women leaders from all areas of the University
Mount students worked with Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, who is well known for her activism against the death penalty
"Life hacks" Eddie Loussararian shared as director of training at a flooring company were turned into a book
Our Report Has Inspired a Decade of Change -- at the Mount and Throughout the State
The popular women's studies and leadership minor will have company in a women and gender studies major, starting this fall.
Helen Umana '21, this year's Student Government Association president, focuses on communication and inclusion.
President McElaney-Johnson discusses higher-ed leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic in a recent interview.
Zoila Gallegos '90, '92, '96 MS opens up new worlds by spreading a love of reading
Newly created position oversees emergency response, health and safety issues
Recent MSMU event attendees reaped the rewards of the WCC's close ties to the Mount
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Sister Callista Roy quietly retires, some only learning via automated email response. But her connection here is unwavering.
An obsession with a word is the genesis of a book of poetry
The MarCom Council was formed to drive brand consistency whether an item is produced by faculty, staff or students
The ambassadors rose to the challenge and continued their work online, connecting with high school students in new ways
A Profile of Philanthropy: Thomas Blumenthal, former member of the Regents Council and current chair of the Board of Trustees
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The CSJs are truly an enduring part of the history of the West
It’s a homecoming of sorts for Linda McMurdock, PhD
Kimberly Antonio ’08 BSN, can thank her mother for her career. But it wasn’t always that way.
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“In my current role, I’m able to use the leadership skills that I learned during my years at the Mount.”
Samantha De La Torre ’21 is a Wellness Coordinator for the Doheny Campus.
The University’s peer wellness advocates were named Outstanding Peer Group of the Year by NASPA.
Helen Boutrous founded the Mount’s award-winning Mock Trial and Moot Court teams.
IT Leader Shannon Shank Awarded by Advancing Women in Technology
Dr. Surjeet Baidwan, PhD/JD, has joined Mount Saint Mary’s University as the new Director of the MBA Program.
Her varied work experience shaped her mission to help students answer questions about who they are.
I am unstoppable because I am a person who defeats challenges and who doesn’t give up.
Mount Saint Mary’s received a gold seal for achieving a student rate between 40% & 49%.
Mount Saint Mary’s has been awarded a five-year $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Title V Program.
Liturgical Justice Through Sacred Song Lecture on Oct. 28 by Dr. Kim Harris
MSMU Again Selected as LEAD Institution to Support Civic Engagement.
Robert Sanchez is an assistant professor of philosophy who specializes in Mexican and Latin American philosophy.
Vivian Slu ’21 is a political science and philosophy major with a pre-law minor
That word is more than just a tagline. It’s how our students define themselves.
Student body president thrives on serving her communities, whether in her hometown or at the Mount.
The University earns a "Voter Friendly Campus" designation for second year in a row, plus faculty news.
The University is named one of the nation's "Best Colleges for Student Voting," plus faculty and alum news.
Three alums, working together at the same hospital, pave a path for other nurses to become leaders.
As leader of a county party in California, Zaira Cedano '14 says criticism of her age, gender and ethnicity only spur her on.
National women’s commissions gathering in Los Angeles features an MSMU flavor.
MSMU President Ann McElaney-Johnson delivers commencement address at Marymount High School.
Barbara Jones ’68 named special master in high-profile legal case with White House implications.
Mount Saint Mary’s hosts public campaign training to prepare more women to run for office.
MSMU honors the students, staff and faculty who made 2017-2018 another year to remember.
MSMU's latest research report shines a spotlight on gender inequities among California's workforce.
Students lead campus conversations on what it will take to create a more equitable world.
MSMU hosts public campaign training to prepare more women to run for office.
Emely Reardon ’19 wins two awards at Mock Trial competition.
Mount Saint Mary’s receives Bronze Seal for Excellence in student voter engagement.
Opening a new hub for gender equity research, advocacy and leadership development.
Kari Bolen, EdD, is the new director of diversity and inclusion at Mount Saint Mary's.
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