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Clipping: The Baltimore Sun on NDMU's Risk Management Certificate

The Baltimore Sun on NDMU's Risk Management Certificate

The Baltimore Sun

Notre Dame is offering an accelerated, online graduate certificate in risk management. To enroll in the program, which consists of six three-credit courses, students must have an undergraduate degree. The online format allowed one government agency to have 24 people from across the country enrolled in the program as a group.
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Clipping: Preparing teachers for the future

Preparing teachers for the future

The Baltimore Sun

Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Education participates in the Academy of Catholic Educators, a program established in 2013 that provides professional development to a total of 475 teachers. One of the focus areas is teaching teachers how to integrate technology/digital devices into the classroom.
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Clipping: Notre Dame Grad Selected for National Geographic Expedition

Notre Dame Grad Selected for National Geographic Expedition

The Capital Gazette

Tema Encarnación, who earned her master's degree at NDMU, recently was named a 2015 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow and will travel for two weeks aboard a research vessel to Iceland and Greenland.. She is one of only 35 teachers selected in the United States and Canada. She is an English as a Second Language teacher at Glen Burnie High School.
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Clipping: Notre Dame Grad Named Harford County's Teacher of the Year

Notre Dame Grad Named Harford County's Teacher of the Year

The Baltimore Sun

Despite being with the school system for just two years, NDMU grad Laura Potter won the title of 2015-2016 Harford County Teacher of the Year, beating out four other educators who have served HCPS far longer.
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Clipping: Notre Dame Bucks Trend of Closing Women’s Colleges

Notre Dame Bucks Trend of Closing Women’s Colleges

WYPR-FM

WYPR-FM, Baltimore's NPR affiliate, reports: While women’s colleges around the country are closing their doors, Maryland’s only women’s college, Notre Dame of Maryland University, is about to inaugurate its 14th president.
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