Eric Clapton at Marymount Reston This Fall

Ladies and Gentleman: Marymount University’s Reston Center is proud to present Eric eclapton071713Clapton!

Well…”Slowhand” won’t be at the Wiehle Avenue location live in the flesh, but he will be featured prominently in Reston’s Fall 2013 undergraduate course for transfer students, Discover (DSC) 201.


Cream of the crop: (from left) Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton

DSC 201: Music’s Cream de la Creme traces the careers of Clapton and Cream bandmates Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce. Through a sequence of high-quality film documentaries, students will discover how these Rock and Roll Hall of Famers created some of the greatest and long-lasting musical masterpieces of the last 50 years.

DSC 201 is Marymount’s required inquiry-based course for transfer students. Beyond the inquiry topic, students learn about the resources at Marymount from library services to career development opportunities.

Students interested in registering for DSC 201: Music’s Cream de la Creme, or any other required Liberal Arts Core courses should visit Marymount’s Marynet online scheduling and registration system.

You’re Invited: MSNVA Marymount Health Care Program Information Session July 30

Members of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia (MSNVA) are invited to attend an information session previewing the new Health Care Medical & Business Management Program from Marymount University. The information session is slated for Tuesday, July 30 at 6:30pm at Marymount University’s Reston Center.

Space is limited. RSVP Online>>

Professor Donald Lavanty will outline the special ten-week program that focuses on current national and regional health care policy issues to include:

  • Health Care Policy
  • Health Care Law
  • Reimbursement Systems
  • Health Care Finance
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources for the Medical Professional

The program is a specially-priced offer exclusively for MSNVA members.

Space is limited. RSVP Online>>

Liz Salter Wins Marymount iPad Drawing at Service Unites Conference

Marymount Admissions Coordinator Maureen Dour meets a Service Unites conference goer at the DC Convention Center.

Liz Salter, volunteer coordinator for Carpenter’s Shelter, is the winner of the drawing for a new iPad mini courtesy of Marymount University’s Nonprofit Management Graduate Program. Congratulations Liz!

More than one hundred registered for the drawing during the Service Unites Conference at the DC Convention Center, June 19-21. Thanks for visiting us. We look forward to seeing you at future events in support of nonprofit service.