Mary Washington College

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Mary Washington College,

mainly at Fredericksburg, Va.; state supported; chartered 1908 as the State Normal and Industrial School for Women; first given its present name in 1938; coeducational since 1970. A liberal arts school after 1934, it was consolidated (1944–72) with the Univ. of VirginiaVirginia, University of,
mainly at Charlottesville; state supported; coeducational; chartered 1819, opened 1825 with Thomas Jefferson as its rector. Jefferson also planned the organization and curriculum and designed its first buildings.
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, becoming the undergraduate women's arts and sciences division. The Center for Historic Preservation is there. Its James Monroe Center, in Stafford, also offers postgraduate and professional education.
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Farmer had taught at Mary Washington College since 1985, and battled pneumonia and complications from diabetes that included blindness for the past five years.
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He earned a doctorate in experimental pathology from the University of Texas Medical Branch and a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Mary Washington College.
Alex earned his BA in Economics from Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, VA.
Collier has a bachelor's degree from Mary Washington College and an MBA from Marymount University.
Kathy has a BS from Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Lucy earned degrees in Spanish and French from Mary Washington College and paralegal training at George Washington University.
Fines received a bachelor's degree in economics from Mary Washington College and a master's degree in information and telecommunications systems from Johns Hopkins University.
and a master's degree in Political Science from the City University of New York and has held adjunct lecturer positions for MBA programs at Rider University, Mary Washington College and George Washington University.
Garritt earned a BA in economics from Mary Washington College and an MS in business and finance from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Among the 33 Virginia colleges and universities receiving grants are: University of Virginia, College of William and Mary, Mary Washington College, Virginia Military Institute and Washington & Lee University.