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Clipping: Schools Collaborate to Improve Catholic Education

Schools Collaborate to Improve Catholic Education

The Catholic Review

Article features Sharon Slear, SSND, Ph.D., dean of the School of Education, speaking about Operation TEACH (Teachers Enlisted to Advance Catholic Heritage), a two-year post-graduate service program in its 13th year.
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Clipping: A cheaper alternative for developing new teachers

A cheaper alternative for developing new teachers

The Baltimore Sun

Letter to the Editor from School of Education associate professor Gary Thrift, Ph. D., on Notre Dame's Graduate Education Internship (GEI), a fast-paced program designed to tap into the vast pool of talented college graduates and career changers who have expressed a strong desire to teach in an urban environment.
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Clipping: On the Border

On the Border

The Catholic Review

A column by Linda Stilling, SSND, on her experiences on the border between Mexico and the United States and the insights she's gleaned about immigration.
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Clipping: City Paper reviews Dr. Gene Farrington's novel, "The Blue Heron."

City Paper reviews Dr. Gene Farrington's novel, "The Blue Heron."

City Paper

Veteran professor of English and drama at the Notre Dame of Maryland University, he boasts an impressive familiarity with all things lit that not only bleeds through the pages of his new novel, The Blue Heron, but inevitably pokes in and out of his everyday vernacular.
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Clipping: Scene Seen: Contested Divisions @ Gormley Gallery – Notre Dame of Maryland University

Scene Seen: Contested Divisions @ Gormley Gallery – Notre Dame of Maryland University

Bmore Art

Contested Divisions, an exhibition curated by Geoff Delanoy, presents images made from the materials of photography and that employ mixed media to explore the medium’s indexical mode.
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