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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland receives $1.5 million grant to fund endowed nursing chair

Notre Dame of Maryland receives $1.5 million grant to fund endowed nursing chair

Nurse.com

Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore has received a $1.5 million gift from the Pitts Family Foundation, among the largest gifts received from a university alumna, that will fund the first endowed chair in the university’s school of nursing.
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Clipping: NDMU Grad Named a Finalist for Arundel's Teacher of the Year

NDMU Grad Named a Finalist for Arundel's Teacher of the Year

The Annapolis Capital

One of 10 semifinalists for the 2015 Anne Arundel County Public Schools Teacher of the Year Award, Kimberly Ann Mason, teaches art to students in grades one through five at Windsor Farm Elementary
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Clipping: NDMU Grad Jennifer Gunter, MSN, RN Interviewed About Project RN

NDMU Grad Jennifer Gunter, MSN, RN Interviewed About Project RN

Nurse.com

Amid more than two decades of nursing, including many years spent caring for some of the most critical patients at Baltimore’s MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital, Jennifer Gunter, MSN, RN, CCRN, CHEN, always has tried to help nursing colleagues gain experience and knowledge and improve their skills. That desire to help others led her to earn a master’s degree from Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore. She is now teaching in clinical settings for a local community college and in the RN-to-BSN program at NDMU, helping RN candidates get their start and obtain their BSN degrees.
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Clipping: NDMU Theology Prof Quoted on the Bethlehem Star

NDMU Theology Prof Quoted on the Bethlehem Star

The Baltimore Sun

The Rev. Henrietta L. Wiley, associate professor of religious studies, provides some theological context on this story on the Star of Bethlehem. "It tells us about God's relationship with the whole world," she said. "It's the first revelation to the gentiles [non-Israelites] about the coming of this king, the messiah, who will bring justice and salvation from suffering."
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Clipping: NDMU Students and Alums Learn the Finer Points of Business Ettiquette

NDMU Students and Alums Learn the Finer Points of Business Ettiquette

Towson Times

The International School of Protocol still teaches children's etiquette classes but its offerings have expanded to programs on dining etiquette and a class on social skills, called Mingle Mingle, for teens, college students and adults. The school held a Mingle Mingle program at Notre Dame University of Maryland, on North Charles Street in the fall. For two hours, about 30 current students and alumni learned to start and hold a conversation and mingle among groups.
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