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Clipping: NDMU grad Named Teacher of the Year by Disabilities Commission

NDMU grad Named Teacher of the Year by Disabilities Commission

The Jeffersonian

Meryl Hawkins, a teacher at Lansdowne High School and a Notre Dame School of Education graduate, was named Teacher of the Year by the Baltimore County Commission on Disabilities.

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Clipping: Md. colleges ratchet up study-abroad efforts with Mexico

Md. colleges ratchet up study-abroad efforts with Mexico

Maryland Daily Record

It’s been a whirlwind few days for Isamar Gonzalez. On Saturday, the 21-year-old law school student arrived in Baltimore with nearly two dozen of her peers. Then, they were whisked off to Notre Dame of Maryland University, where they settled in to their dorm rooms, toured the campus, took some tests and sat through orientation. For many of them, including Gonzalez, it was their first trip to the U.S. — or even out of their hometowns in Mexico. But for the next month, they’ll be immersed in American culture while learning English at Notre Dame’s English Language Institute. And they’re not alone. They’re among about 7,500 Mexican students and faculty members who arrived in the U.S. over the weekend to study at one of 150 colleges, including Towson University, which welcomed 38 individuals.

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Clipping: President Yam joins other Catholic university presidents in signing letter urging an increase  in aid for refugee children on the U.S.-Mexico border

President Yam joins other Catholic university presidents in signing letter urging an increase in aid for refugee children on the U.S.-Mexico border

In the Capital

Roman Catholic colleges and universities must increase aid for refugee children on the U.S.-Mexico border according to a statement signed by more than 50 school presidents. The statement underscores the Catholic higher education leaders' plea for the U.S. to help the thousands of unaccompanied children and their families who are trying to escape the dangers of their own countries.

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Clipping: NDMU Title IX compliance consultant Megan C. Ferrall on the Kojo Nnamdi Show

NDMU Title IX compliance consultant Megan C. Ferrall on the Kojo Nnamdi Show

The Kojo Nnamdi Show

Ferrall was part of a panel of experts discussing the response to sexual assaults on campus.

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Clipping: School of Pharmacy's Valerie Hogue quoted in Essence Magaine article on dealing with diabetes

School of Pharmacy's Valerie Hogue quoted in Essence Magaine article on dealing with diabetes

Essence Magazine

Valerie W. Hogue, associate dean at Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy, talks about how exercise is essential to preventing and controlling diabetes.

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Clipping: NDMU Alumnae PJ Mitchell, Sheri Booker and Leslie Simmons Featured in the Sun's 50 Women to Watch

NDMU Alumnae PJ Mitchell, Sheri Booker and Leslie Simmons Featured in the Sun's 50 Women to Watch

Baltimore Sun Magazine

Two Notre Dame alumnae grace the Sun magazine's cover, and another is included inside. We own this Sun magazine cover!

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Clipping: Sister known as 'baseball nun' talks Orioles fandom

Sister known as 'baseball nun' talks Orioles fandom

WBAL-TV

Sr. Paulette Doyas, SSND, affectionately known as The Baseball Nun, talks about her love of angels and the O's.

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Clipping: Dean Katherine Cook quoted in story on the benefits of four-year nursing degree

Dean Katherine Cook quoted in story on the benefits of four-year nursing degree

Maryland Daily record

NDMU School of Nursing Dean Katherine Cook, RN, Ph.D., is quoted in this story on the benefits of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Notre Dame has the largest RN to BSN program in Maryland.

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Clipping: Orioles Nun prays for Baltimore win

Orioles Nun prays for Baltimore win

ABC2 News

Sister Paulette Doyas sits at her desk at the Notre Dame of Maryland University, surrounded by her favorite things: sculptures of angels, a bouquet of pink flowers and a picture of the big guy watching over her – Cal Ripken Jr. Doyas is affectionately referred to as The Baseball Nun. (It even says so on her door.)

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Clipping: Raising awareness: Notre Dame’s new president aids archdiocesan response to domestic violence

Raising awareness: Notre Dame’s new president aids archdiocesan response to domestic violence

The Catholic Review

The Catholic Review features an interview with Dr. Marylou Yam on efforts to raise awareness and increase education on domestic violence in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and NDMU.

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Clipping: Professor Barbara Mento quoted in Sun STEM story talking about Notre Dame's Analytics in Knowledge Management program.

Professor Barbara Mento quoted in Sun STEM story talking about Notre Dame's Analytics in Knowledge Management program.

The Baltimore Sun

Barbara Mento, associate professor of computer science, is quoted talking about Notre Dame's Analytics in Knowledge Management program.

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Clipping: Notre Dame's move-in day a time for new president to move ahead

Notre Dame's move-in day a time for new president to move ahead

The Jeffersonian

An article featuring Notre Dame's move-in day, with an interview of President Marylou Yam, Ph.D.

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Clipping: Cool for School

Cool for School

Baltimore Style Magazine

President Marylou Yam in a feature about fun facts about five new education leaders in (and around) Baltimore.

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Clipping: NDMU's Operation TEACH program featured in Catholic Review

NDMU's Operation TEACH program featured in Catholic Review

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: Prof. Gary Thrift's letter in the Sun on NDMU's Graduate Education Internship (GEI)

Prof. Gary Thrift's letter in the Sun on NDMU's Graduate Education Internship (GEI)

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: Linda Stilling SSND: On the Border

Linda Stilling SSND: 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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Clipping: What These STEM College Women Are Doing This Summer

What These STEM College Women Are Doing This Summer

The Huffington Post

As a participant in Notre Dame's Sr. Alma Science Year program, Brittany Dunkerly is spending her summer (and the rest of the academic year) at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore.

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Clipping: The Expanding Interreligious Horizon at Hartford Seminary

The Expanding Interreligious Horizon at Hartford Seminary

The Interfaith Observer

Wakoh Shannon Hickey, Ph.D., assistant professor of religious studies, co-led an innovative one-week summer intensive Religious Diversity Leadership Workshop at Hartford Seminary, with a new emphasis on Asian religion.

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Clipping: NDMU's Ryan Schaaf on 5 ways to keep kids intellectually stimulated this summer

NDMU's Ryan Schaaf on 5 ways to keep kids intellectually stimulated this summer

The Catholic Review

Ryan Schaaf, assistant professor of technology at Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore, offers five ways to keep children intellectually stimulated during summer months to help avoid what he calls the “summer slump.”

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Clipping: Notre Dame gets $1.5 million for nursing program

Notre Dame gets $1.5 million for nursing program

The Baltimore Sun

An alumna of Notre Dame of Maryland University gave the college a $1.5 million gift that will fund an endowed chair in its School of Nursing.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland University receives $1.5 million gift from alumna

Notre Dame of Maryland University receives $1.5 million gift from alumna

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame of Maryland University announced July 10 it has received a $1.5 million gift from The Pitts Family Foundation to fund the first endowed chair in its School of Nursing.

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Clipping: Dr. Ray Bossert's Geek Lit course featured in The Sun

Dr. Ray Bossert's Geek Lit course featured in The Sun

The Baltimore Sun education special section

Article quotes Ray Bossert, Ph.D., of Notre Dame's English department on his Geek Lit courses, which involved a series of required texts and video games with class discussions and three papers required.

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Clipping: The Baltimore Sun on NDMU's Leadership in Action: Coached Leadership Program

The Baltimore Sun on NDMU's Leadership in Action: Coached Leadership Program

The Baltimore Sun education special section

Article features the Leadership in Action: Coached Leadership Practicum offered by the Department of Business and Economics to qualified graduate students in the Leadership and Management and Nonprofit Management programs.

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Clipping: Keenan elected to Howard Bank board of directors

Keenan elected to Howard Bank board of directors

The Baltimore Sun

John J. Keenan, vice president for finance and administration, has been elected a director of Howard Bancorp and Howard Bank.

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Clipping: My Best Shot: The Forbidden City in Beijing

My Best Shot: The Forbidden City in Beijing

The Baltimore Sun

Christine De Vinne, OSU, Ph.D., NDMU's vice president for academic affairs, shares her shot of the Forbidden City she took during a trip with students in 2013.

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Clipping: First-generation seniors become Notre Dame university Trailblazers

First-generation seniors become Notre Dame university Trailblazers

The Baltimore Sun

When Rachel De La Haya drives back to San Antonio, Texas, after graduating from Notre Dame of Maryland University on Saturday, she won't be hitting the road so much as blazing a trail. She is the first generation of her family to graduate from college, and is doing so through Trailblazers, an opt-in program in Notre Dame's School of Arts and Sciences.

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Clipping: The Renaissance Institute Celebrates 25 Years

The Renaissance Institute Celebrates 25 Years

Fox 45 News

The Renaissance Institute of Notre Dame of Maryland University celebrated 25 years of life-long learning for adults age 50+ on Sunday, May 18, 2014. Founded in 1989 by NDMU's Sr. Kathleen Feeley, community members sign up to take Renaissance Institute courses for the pure pleasure of learning! Each year more than 100 noncredit courses, workshops and studio opportunities are designed and led by Renaissance members in two 13-week semesters. Working with a campus-based director, the members plan, lead and enroll in a series of courses held on Tuesdays and Thursdays each spring and fall semester. The success of the program rests on member participation. Members create the curriculum, design and lead courses and serve on one or more committees. Renaissance members are committed to active involvement and informed discussion.

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Clipping: Maryland’s Catholic colleges continue to spend, make do with less

Maryland’s Catholic colleges continue to spend, make do with less

The Catholic Review

Unlike Loyola and the Mount, Notre Dame of Maryland University has not intentionally eliminated vacant positions or those that are currently filled, said Pat Bosse, the university’s vice president for institutional advancement. Notre Dame has been “extremely cautious and conservative” with its spending, Bosse said. “We have a history of spending every nickel three times. We’re used to it.” “Everybody is so attune to the fact that finances are tight,” said John Keenan, Notre Dame’s acting vice president for finance and administration. “The culture here has been pretty conservative and prudent.”

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Clipping: Fox 45 Interviews NDMU Prof about New Novel, The Blue Heron

Fox 45 Interviews NDMU Prof about New Novel, The Blue Heron

Fox 45 Morning News

Gene Farrington, Ph.D., of NDMU's English Department, was interviewed on Fox 45's Sunday morning show on his new novel, The Blue Heron. The novel takes readers on a journey to Jamestown, Virginia; the Chesapeake Bay; Washington, D.C.; London; Munich; and Avignon in the here and now, as well as Jacobin London and the Jamestown colony at its founding in the 17th century.

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Clipping: Reineke named St. Mary’s teacher of the year

Reineke named St. Mary’s teacher of the year

SoMdNews

Kathleen Reineke, a student in NDMU’s Ph.D. program in Instructional Leadership for Changing Populations, has been named St. Mary’s County 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year. Kathleen is an Instructional Resource Teacher at Oakville Elementary School in Mechanicsville, MD. All county Teacher of the Year representatives will be honored by the Maryland State Board of Education at a recognition luncheon held on Tuesday, May 20, in Baltimore. Kathleen will represent St. Mary’s County as a candidate for Maryland Teacher of the Year. This award will be announced at the Maryland Teacher of the Year Gala in Baltimore on October 10.

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Clipping: Unionisation: good for teachers but bad for students

Unionisation: good for teachers but bad for students

TES Connect

An article on a paper presented by Dr. Mark Fenster, NDMU assistant professor of education, at the American Educational Research Association.

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Clipping: NDMU's Shelley Puhak on "Guinevere in Baltimore"

NDMU's Shelley Puhak on "Guinevere in Baltimore"

WYPR's Maryland Morning

Tom Hall talks with Baltimore poet Shelley Puhak about her new book.

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Clipping: Historians give voice to victims of long-ago crimes

Historians give voice to victims of long-ago crimes

The Baltimore Sun

Article profiles the work of professors Charles Ritter (retired) and E. Susan Barber in researching sexual violence against women during the Civil War.

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Clipping: 10 Free Online Educational Game Sites

10 Free Online Educational Game Sites

Mind/Shift, KQED Public Television

Ryan Schaaf of NDMU's School of Education wrote a post for Mind/Shift, a blog published by KQED, San Francisco's public television station, and NPR.

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Clipping: Marylou Yam named Notre Dame of Maryland president

Marylou Yam named Notre Dame of Maryland president

The Baltimore Sun

Marylou Yam named Notre Dame of Maryland president

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland University names new president

Notre Dame of Maryland University names new president

Baltimore Business Journal

Notre Dame of Maryland University on Thursday named a provost of a Catholic liberal arts university in New Jersey as its next president.

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Clipping: Notre Dame University of Maryland names next president

Notre Dame University of Maryland names next president

Maryland Daily Record

Notre Dame of Maryland University has named its 14th president: Marylou Yam, who currently serves as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Saint Peter’s University in Jersey City, N.J.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland University names Yam its 14th president

Notre Dame of Maryland University names Yam its 14th president

The Catholic Review

Dr. Marylou Yam, who has 30 years of experience in Catholic higher education, was announced as Notre Dame of Maryland University’s 14th president March 20.

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Clipping: Richard Louv on Adults and Nature Deficit Disorder

Richard Louv on Adults and Nature Deficit Disorder

WYPR, Midday with Dan Rodricks

Richard Louv, Notre Dame's 2013 School of Education speaker, is interviewed prior to his lecture. Louv, a bestselling author and founder of the Children & Nature Network, spawned an international call-to-action with his writing on the importance of reconnecting kids to nature.

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Clipping: How can students handle acceptances and rejections?

How can students handle acceptances and rejections?

The Catholic Review

Heidi Fletcher, vice president of enrollment management, offers some advice to students and parents getting those first letters of acceptance or rejection from colleges and universities.

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Clipping: Author Sheri Booker talks about her book, "Nine Years Under: Coming of Age in an Inner City Funeral Home."

Author Sheri Booker talks about her book, "Nine Years Under: Coming of Age in an Inner City Funeral Home."

Fox 45 Morning News

NDMU grad Sheri Booker appears on Fox 45 News to talk about her book and her recent NAACP Image Award.

Clipping: What Are You Reading?

What Are You Reading?

WYPR-FM

WYPR host Tom Hall talks with the poet Shelley Puhak. Her latest collection of poems is called Guinevere in Baltimore. She’s the Eichner Professor of Creative Writing at Notre Dame of Maryland University. A podcast of their conversation is posted.

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NDMU Trustee Deborah Phelps and V.P. Patricia A. Bosse '81 Among Maryland's Top 100 Women

The Daily Record

Phelps and Bosse are named to this elite list of women leaders in Maryland. This year, 370 women were nominated for the statewide honor.

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Clipping: Summer break offers chance to keep learning

Summer break offers chance to keep learning

The Daily Record

Article on Summer Camps features Notre Dame's A Child's Place.

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Clipping: Baltimore author Sheri Booker wins NAACP Image Award

Baltimore author Sheri Booker wins NAACP Image Award

The Baltimore Sun

Author and Baltimore teacher Sheri Booker has won the NAACP Image Award for outstanding literary work by a debut author. Booker, a teacher at Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women and a graduate of both Notre Dame of Maryland University and Goucher College, won the award for her Baltimore-based memoir "Nine Years Under: Coming of Age in an Inner City Funeral Home," which recounts the nine years she spent working at the Wylie Funeral Home in West Baltimore.

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Clipping: Willard Hackerman, company president and philanthropist, dies

Willard Hackerman, company president and philanthropist, dies

The Baltimore Sun

Obituary of Notre Dame friend and benefactor Willard Hackerman, president and CEO of Whiting-Turner Construction Co.

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Clipping: After the gunfire, shoppers and workers confront emotional toll

After the gunfire, shoppers and workers confront emotional toll

The Baltimore Sun

Dr. Maria Mouratidis, associate professor and chair of the psychology department, is quoted in this Sun article on the possible effects of trauma associated with the Columbia Mall shooting.

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Clipping: Pen is Mightier: Local book of King Arthur-inspired poems wins literary prize

Pen is Mightier: Local book of King Arthur-inspired poems wins literary prize

Baltimore Magazine

A piece on Shelley Puhak, Notre Dame alumna and Sister Maura Eichner Professor of English, and her new poetry collection, Guinevere in Baltimore.

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Clipping: Book Review: Unruly Catholic Women Writers

Book Review: Unruly Catholic Women Writers

Baltimore Magazine

A review of an essay collection co-edited by Jeana DelRosso, Professor of English and Director of the Morrissy Honors Program.

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Clipping: Social media helps experts understand, prevent school shooters

Social media helps experts understand, prevent school shooters

USA Today College

Jeffrey Tuer, assistant professor of criminology, was quoted in a USA TODAY College article on school shootings and social media, pointing to its negative effects: “On the flip side, it also kind of exacerbates the problem to a degree,” he said.

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Clipping: Not by degree alone: passion tops factors that lead to success after college

Not by degree alone: passion tops factors that lead to success after college

The Catholic Review

Diane MacKenzie, Ph.D., LCPC, Director of Notre Dame's Career Center, spoke to the Catholic Review about how her office assists students in choosing a major that will lead to a successful and satisfying career.

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Clipping: World Apart: Health Care and Pharmacy in China

World Apart: Health Care and Pharmacy in China

Pharmacy Times

Ahmed Eid is a second-year pharmacy student at Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy. Ahmed was, briefly, a practicing physician in Egypt. He currently works as a pharmacy technician for The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is fascinated by the very organized and structured Western health care system, but he believes that no one system has all the answers. In the summer of 2012, he travelled to China on a delegation on medicine to learn more about the Chinese health care system and the traditional Chinese medicine.

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Clipping: College Affordability: Local Colleges Work Against Rising Costs

College Affordability: Local Colleges Work Against Rising Costs

The Baltimore Sun

Article features interviews with NDMU junior Lynette Hodge and Financial Aid Coordinator Zhanna Goltser.

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Clipping: Notre Dame Takes on Nursing Shortage

Notre Dame Takes on Nursing Shortage

The Daily Record

NMDU launches Bachelor of Science in nursing, puts 44 students in first class.

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Clipping: Book Review: Shelley Puhak’s new collection sets the Arthurian Round Table in Baltimore

Book Review: Shelley Puhak’s new collection sets the Arthurian Round Table in Baltimore

City Paper

Recasting Arthurian legend so that Camelot is a corporation located in contemporary Baltimore could be a dreadful conceit, a two-minute bit of failed sketch comedy. Put it in verse and the danger is even greater. But Shelley Puhak (who placed in the City Paper Poetry and Fiction Contest twice) avoids the potential pitfalls with her smart, sexy, and slyly devastating Anthony Hecht Prize-winning book Guinevere in Baltimore.

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Clipping: Winifred Coughlin: She never forgot the chance she received to go to college and repaid the gift with a series of scholarships

Winifred Coughlin: She never forgot the chance she received to go to college and repaid the gift with a series of scholarships

The Baltimore Sun

Winifred Coughlin attended Notre Dame through the kindness of one of her mother's co-workers. Years later, when she tried to repay, he asked her to pay it forward. Since 1952, the Colleen Marie Coughlin Scholarship has enabled numerous young women to attend Notre Dame.

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Clipping: Lennon returns to Baltimore’s Mercy High as its next president

Lennon returns to Baltimore’s Mercy High as its next president

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame of Maryland University alumna Mary Beth Lennon has been appointed president of Mercy High School in Baltimore. In Lennon’s honor, Notre Dame President Joan Develin Coley announced the creation of two scholarships for Mercy High School students who attend Notre Dame.

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Clipping: Path to Excellence: The Daily Record holds panel discussion for top 100, leading women

Path to Excellence: The Daily Record holds panel discussion for top 100, leading women

Maryland Daily Record

On Wednesday, October 23, Notre Dame hosted Daily Record’s Path to Excellence event in Knott Auditorium. The topic was Career Transitions: Stories and advice from successful women who took the leap. President Joan Coley served as the moderator for this distinguished panel of professional leaders, including our own VP for Enrollment Management – Heidi Roller.

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Clipping: Career Paths Take Sharp Turns

Career Paths Take Sharp Turns

Maryland Daily Record

Article on career transitions features NDMU's VP for Enrollment Management Heidi Roller, who before she worked in academia was an archaeologist who lived for a time on the Zuni Indian reservation in New Mexico.

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Clipping: Top notch training facility prepares nursing students

Top notch training facility prepares nursing students

WBAL-TV

Notre Dame nursing students featured on WBAL-TV working in the new simulation lab in the University Academic Building, which was dedicated Oct. 18.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland University dedicates new University Academic Building

Notre Dame of Maryland University dedicates new University Academic Building

ABC2 News

More coverage of Notre Dame's dedication of the University Academic Building

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Clipping: Seniors celebrate 25 years of Notre Dame's Renaissance Institute

Seniors celebrate 25 years of Notre Dame's Renaissance Institute

The Baltimore Messenger

At 91, Isaac Rehert, a former farmer and journalist, and now a longtime retiree, is enjoying something of a renaissance. The Medfield man has been a member of the Renaissance Institute, a lifelong learning program at Notre Dame University Maryland, since it opened in the fall of 1989. Rehert shared in the celebration Sept. 12 — indeed, reveled in it — as the year-round institute for people 50 and older marked the start of its 25th anniversary in the university's Fourier Hall.

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Clipping: Career Preparation: Students tackle professional development

Career Preparation: Students tackle professional development

The Baltimore Sun

Notre Dame's Debbie Calhoun is interviewed about the University's First Impressions program, a two-semester series of workshops for juniors and seniors in the Women's College that prepares students to enter the professional world.

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Clipping: Next generation of pharmacists ready to accept more responsibility

Next generation of pharmacists ready to accept more responsibility

Baltimore Business Journal

Dr. Anne Lin, dean of the School of Pharmacy, writes that the American Affordable Care Act will require an expanded role for pharmacists in the country's health care system.

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Clipping: The Best of Notre Dame

The Best of Notre Dame

Los Angeles Times

Nursing junior Cristina Aquia, a Notre Dame of Maryland University Student Ambassador, provides insider tips on life on campus in this college guide.

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Clipping: We were there: Memories of  the March on Washington

We were there: Memories of the March on Washington

Time magazine

In its 50 anniversary issue of the 1963 March on Washington, Time magazine featured 17 prominent Americans who attended the 1963 rally and heard Dr. Martin Luther King’s “ I have a dream speech” including Maxine Wood from Notre Dame's class of '63.

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Clipping: Women's colleges are still vital

Women's colleges are still vital

The Baltimore Sun

P.J. Mitchell, Chair of the Board of Trustees, writes that she remains "as confident as ever that there remains a fundamental place in American higher education for women's colleges."

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Clipping: James Conneely announces resignation from Notre Dame of Maryland University

James Conneely announces resignation from Notre Dame of Maryland University

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame of Maryland University’s board of trustees announced they have appointed Dr. Joan Develin Coley, president emerita of McDaniel College in Westminster, as interim president of the Baltimore institution.

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Clipping: Jack Smith Named MSDE's Chief Academic Officer

Jack Smith Named MSDE's Chief Academic Officer

Maryland Gazette

Longtime Maryland educator Dr. Jack Smith has been named Chief Academic Officer for the Maryland State Department of Education. Dr. Smith received his Phd. in Instructional Leadership for Changing Populations from Notre Dame's School of Education in 2009.

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Clipping: The Daily Record announces its 2013 VIP List winners

The Daily Record announces its 2013 VIP List winners

The Daily Record

Naomi Cross, a nurse in Notre Dame's RN to BSN program -- named one of The Daily Record's VIPs under 40 in recognition of her contributions to her profession and to the Greater Baltimore Community.

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Clipping: Tiny Patients, Big Decisions

Tiny Patients, Big Decisions

Johns Hopkins Magazine

Associate Professor of Nursing Sara Rosenthal reflects on her first visit to Johns Hopkins Hospital NICU.

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Clipping: The Mary J. Corey Internship in Journalism

The Mary J. Corey Internship in Journalism

The Sun

Starting in 2014, The Baltimore Sun will offer an annual paid summer internship that commemorates the work of Mary J. Corey, a veteran reporter and editor who became the first woman to lead The Sun's newsroom.

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Clipping: Shortage of Healthcare Workforce Drives College Programs

Shortage of Healthcare Workforce Drives College Programs

The Daily Record

School of Pharmacy dean, Dr. Anne Lin and newly minted pharmacist, Amanda Bertele, Pharm.'13, discuss how the University is stepping up to meet regional healthcare needs.

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Clipping: Meet Shelby

Meet Shelby

International Book Bank (Blog)

Shelby Carter '14 talks about her summer internship at the International Book Bank.

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Clipping: Northern High principal named assistant superintendent of Charles County schools

Northern High principal named assistant superintendent of Charles County schools

SoMdNews

Charles County Public Schools has named Northern High School Principal Sylvia Lawson, Ph.D., as assistant superintendent of school administration. Dr. Lawson earned her Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership for Changing Populations at Notre Dame.

Clipping: Carroll Hospital Names New President

Carroll Hospital Names New President

The Sun

The Carroll Hospital Center Board of Directors voted unanimously Tuesday to name Leslie Simmons '94 president of the hospital.

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Clipping: How Working with the Dead...Affects Your View of the Living

How Working with the Dead...Affects Your View of the Living

Maryland Morning, WYPR-FM

Sheri Booker began working at the Albert P. Wyle Funeral Home at 15 with a summer job answering phones and, as she says, Baby-sitting bodies. Over the years the job turned into a lot more, and Sheri Booker has written about it all in her memoir, "Nine Years Under: Coming of Age in an Inner City Funeral Home."

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Clipping: "'Nine Years Under' Tells of Author's Coming of Age in a Baltimore Funeral Home"

"'Nine Years Under' Tells of Author's Coming of Age in a Baltimore Funeral Home"

The Sun

Alumna Sheri Booker' 04 writes of her experiences working for nine years in a local funeral home in a new book.

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Clipping: Teaching Online: QM & Notre Dame of Maryland University

Teaching Online: QM & Notre Dame of Maryland University

Quality Matters Newsletter

Notre Dame of Maryland University (NMDU) is working to standardize its quality assurance efforts with a broad-based faculty development initiative. QM spoke with Assistant Professor of Business Elizabeth H. Jones, PhD, on NDMU’s experience with scaling up faculty-wide participation and designing their online courses.

Clipping: Film Fest Fuels Beauty Talk

Film Fest Fuels Beauty Talk

Afro

Rev. Dorothy Boulware reflects on the movie, Beauty in America, produced by Notre Dame of Maryland University students Tya Kelly and Lauren Mlynski and recently screened in their April 30 StuDocs Film Fest.

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Clipping: Volunteers Hand Out Bags of Summer Reading Books for Kids

Volunteers Hand Out Bags of Summer Reading Books for Kids

WMAR-TV

On May 20, 2013 volunteers from United Way of Central Maryland, Notre Dame of Maryland University and PNC Bank distributed summer reading bags to Head Start students to take home for the summer—filling an urgent learning need in the lives of these low-income children as many Head Start locations face closure due to federal sequestration.

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Clipping: Commencement speakers strive to inspire, entertain

Commencement speakers strive to inspire, entertain

The Sun

Kathleen Koch, Notre Dame’s 2013 commencement speaker chatted with the Sun about the art of the commencement speech.

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Clipping: Connecticut Council for Philanthropy Welcomes New President

Connecticut Council for Philanthropy Welcomes New President

Foothills Media Group

Women's College alumna Maggie Gunther Osborn '85 has been named president of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy.

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Clipping: Utahns Abroad: Mary Briggs Checks in From Notre Dame of Maryland

Utahns Abroad: Mary Briggs Checks in From Notre Dame of Maryland

Utah Lacrosse News

Sophomore Mary Briggs chats with her hometown newspaper about playing lax at Notre Dame.

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Clipping: Transgenred

Transgenred

The New York Times

The New York Times reviews ‘The Story Until Now’ and ‘Son of Destruction,’ two new books by author Kit Reed '54.

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Clipping: Cristina Ulrich '06 is Montgomery County's 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year

Cristina Ulrich '06 is Montgomery County's 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year

Montgomery County Public Schools

Cristina Ulrich '06, a kindergarten teacher at Brookhaven Elementary School, has been named the 2013-2014 MCPS Teacher of the Year, and will now compete for Maryland Teacher of the Year. Ms. Ulrich, and other MCPS staff and community members, were honored at the 11th annual Champions for Children celebration, sponsored by the Montgomery County Business Roundtable for Education

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Clipping: Contrasts

Contrasts

The Catholic Review

"They reminded me that the upside-down world of the irrationally angry is not the last word. The Lord continues to raise up new generations of leaders endowed with talents and blessed with a spirit of service," Archbishop William Lori, reflecting on his dinner with the Operation TEACH students just hours after the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Clipping: Cindy Wolf to Reveal Secrets to Success

Cindy Wolf to Reveal Secrets to Success

The Sun

Chef Cindy Wolf has the recipe that helped create several of Baltimore's top restaurants and she's willing to share it.

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Clipping: Cindy Wolf to Give Business Lecture at Notre Dame

Cindy Wolf to Give Business Lecture at Notre Dame

The Sun

The Charles J. Busta III lecture series at Notre Dame presents "Cindy Wolf: Mixing Business with Culinary Pleasure" on April 23.

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Clipping: Working in the Culinary World

Working in the Culinary World

Baltimore Magazine

Get the scoop from executive chef Cindy Wolf of Charleston on what it’s like to mix business with culinary pleasure. She will be speaking at Notre Dame of Maryland University on April 23.

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Clipping: Is Divine Intervention on Base for the Orioles This Season?

Is Divine Intervention on Base for the Orioles This Season?

WMAR-TV Channel 2

Sister Paulette watches the O’s, religiously. She’s been a diehard fan for a long time and considers Earl and Elrod among her special angels.

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Clipping: President Wants NDMU Mission to Grow

President Wants NDMU Mission to Grow

The Catholic Review

Dr. Conneely discusses his vision for NDMU's future growth and innovation.

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Clipping: First Male President to Take Helm at Notre Dame

First Male President to Take Helm at Notre Dame

WBAL-TV

Dr. Conneely shares his vision as he prepares for his April 5 inauguration.

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Clipping: New President Shares Notre Dame's Vision

New President Shares Notre Dame's Vision

The Daily Record

On the eve of his inauguration, Dr. Conneely shares his vision for Notre Dame.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland Students Spend Week at United Nations

Notre Dame of Maryland Students Spend Week at United Nations

The Catholic Review

A recent trip to the United Nations Headquarters in New York altered Raven Proctor’s life.

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Clipping: Fancy footwork: Notre Dame of Maryland University president emerita laces up her dancing shoes

Fancy footwork: Notre Dame of Maryland University president emerita laces up her dancing shoes

The Catholic Review

Mary Pat Seurkamp, president emerita of Notre Dame, is one of nine dancing stars who will perform a ballroom or Latin-style dance at the 2013 Alzheimer’s Association Memory Ball April 13.

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Clipping: The American Nurse

The American Nurse

Midday on WYPR-FM

Carolyn Jones, author of a beautifully crafted book of photos and essays chronicling the lives of nurses, is traveling across the nation transforming the book into a documentary film. She stops in Baltimore and Studio A to discuss the project with one of the subjects of the book and documentary, Naomi Cross, an obstetrics nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a student in NDMU's RN to BSN program.

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Clipping: Egg Harbor Township student making a name for herself as a poet

Egg Harbor Township student making a name for herself as a poet

The Current (Egg Harbor Township, NJ)

Claudia Lee, a 15-year-old student at Egg Harbor Township High School, was recently selected among 167 other young poets from around the country as one of the top 10 finalists in the Eichner Award for Young Poets.

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Clipping: Rondeau named president and CEO of Family League

Rondeau named president and CEO of Family League

The Daily Record

Alumni Jonathon Rondeau has been named president and CEO of the Family League of Baltimore City.

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Clipping: Five Things I've Learned

Five Things I've Learned

The Pearson Foundation (blog)

SOE graduate and Maryland's 2012 Teacher of the Year, Joshua Parker M'10, shares life lessons with Five Things I've Learned. Showcasing great examples of the best in education, Five Things I’ve Learned is a collection of personal reflections from education leaders devoted to improving the fortunes of others through learning.

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Clipping: Maryland College Access Challenge Grant Supports First-Generation Scholars at Notre Dame

Maryland College Access Challenge Grant Supports First-Generation Scholars at Notre Dame

MICUA Matters

NDMU received a Maryland College Access Challenge Grant through the Higher Education Persistence Program to continue and expand the Trailblazer Scholars program for first-generation students.

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Clipping: Notre Dame Plans Big Rollout for New President

Notre Dame Plans Big Rollout for New President

The Sun

The Sun previews President Conneely's inaugural festivities.

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Clipping: Mitchell Named Outstanding Director

Mitchell Named Outstanding Director

The Baltimore Business Journal

Patricia J. Mitchell '69, chair of the Board of Trustees, has been named an Outstanding Director by the Baltimore Business Journal.

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Clipping: Arsenal blast in 1863 killed dozens, rocking Richmond

Arsenal blast in 1863 killed dozens, rocking Richmond

Richmond Times-Dispatch

Professor Susan Barber is quoted in this account of the horrific Brown's Island Explosion of 1863.

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Clipping: Memories and lessons from Mary Corey

Memories and lessons from Mary Corey

The Catholic Review

Catholic Review writer Jennifer Williams '99 remembers alumna and Baltimore Sun editor Mary Corey '85, an early mentor.

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Clipping: FAFSA Tips to Help Nontraditional Students Pay for College

FAFSA Tips to Help Nontraditional Students Pay for College

U.S. News & World Report

Director of Financial Aid Zhanna Goltser offers advice for non-traditional students navigating the FASFA process.

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Clipping: The Marc Steiner Show

The Marc Steiner Show

WEAA-FM

Associate Professor Desiree Melton joins Marc Steiner to examine the critique that in the U.S. we focus on Eurocentric philosophies, and how to change that reality.

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Clipping: Maryland Caught Off Guard by Pope's Resignation

Maryland Caught Off Guard by Pope's Resignation

Gazette of Politics and Business

The election of a new pope by the gathering of the cardinals in Rome will give Catholics across the globe a chance to renew their bonds with the church, says Lyle Weiss, assistant professor of religious studies.

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Clipping: Education Focus Expands: Place Core Values in a World of Technical Learning

Education Focus Expands: Place Core Values in a World of Technical Learning

The Sun

Associate Professor Mary Packard talks to the Sun about the science of caring, an approach at the core of the School of Nursing's planned Center for Caring With Technology.

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Clipping: Advancing Education: Local Universities Encourage Area Youth to Engage in Math and Science

Advancing Education: Local Universities Encourage Area Youth to Engage in Math and Science

The Sun

Sharon Derr, Director of Operation TEACH (Teachers Enlisted to Advance Catholic Heritage) tells how the program combines service and advanced learning, in a model based on Teach for America.

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Clipping: Man in the Minority: New Notre Dame President James Conneely Talks Shop

Man in the Minority: New Notre Dame President James Conneely Talks Shop

Baltimore Fishbowl

Dr. Conneely spoke with the Baltimore Fishbowl about a few of his favorite things and also shared some life lessons

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Wilson College abandoned a 144-year commitment

Herald-Mail (Hagerstown, Md.)

A Wilson College alumna expresses disappointment at the school's decision to go co-ed, and thanks Dr. Conneely for his defense of women-only education.

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Clipping: “And Your Daughters Shall Prophesy”: A Case for Women’s Colleges

“And Your Daughters Shall Prophesy”: A Case for Women’s Colleges

Busted Halo

Citing Dr. Conneely's letter to the Chronicle of Higher Education, a Catholic blogger speaks out on the role of Catholic women's colleges.

Clipping: Postpartum Remodeling, Lactation, and Breast Cancer Risk

Postpartum Remodeling, Lactation, and Breast Cancer Risk

JNCI Journal of the National Cancer Instititute

Assistant Professor Jane Balkam is credited in this JNCI article examining potential correlations between lactation and breast cancer.

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Clipping: The Lines Between Us: The Road to Independence

The Lines Between Us: The Road to Independence

WYPR-FM "Maryland Morning"

Marian House executive director Katie Allston talks to Tom Hall about "30 Women, 30 Stories," a chronicle of the women battling trauma, mental illness, addiction, incarceration and homelessness. The exhibit is on display at Notre Dame's Gibbons Hall through February 15.

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Educators and Guns

Taking Note: Thoughts on Education from John Merrow

In the wake of the Newtown school shooting, Dr. Conneely joined more than 300 higher education leaders in "An Open Letter to Our Nation's Policy Leaders."

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Clipping: Wilson College Lost Sight of its Mission to Educate Women

Wilson College Lost Sight of its Mission to Educate Women

The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Wilson College alumna responds to Dr. Conneely's letter.

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Clipping: Women's Colleges are Bastions of Empowerment

Women's Colleges are Bastions of Empowerment

The Chronicle of Higher Education

"I applaud the courage, creative energy, and dedication of administrators and educators at institutions like Notre Dame of Maryland ... . I urge you to stay true to your mission. There are thousands of young women counting on you," writes a Wilson College alumna.

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Clipping: There is indeed a place for Women’s Colleges

There is indeed a place for Women’s Colleges

Sarah Wilson Speaks

Dr. Conneely's words resonate for a Wilson College alumna writing as the school's foundress: "I would like to thank you for your true and powerful words in defense of women’s colleges."

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Wilson College transformation evidence of a lack of faith

Public Opinion (Chambersburg, PA)

Carol Noon, Wilson College Class of 1987, writes from Chattanooga, Tenn. applauding Dr. Conneely's defense of women's education.

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Clipping: There Remains a Place for Women's Colleges

There Remains a Place for Women's Colleges

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Dr. Conneely offers a model for the future of women's colleges.

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Clipping: It's not just a check

It's not just a check

The Sun

Trustee and alumna Helen Passano '69 is included in a profile of Baltimore's most prominent philanthropists.

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Clipping: Institutions Must Invest in Retention Efforts, Panel Says

Institutions Must Invest in Retention Efforts, Panel Says

DIVERSE: Issues in Higher Education

Vice President for Academic Affairs Christine DeVinne, O.S.U., discussed the success of Notre Dame's Trailblazer Scholars Program at Maryland's 2013 Statewide Completion Forum.

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Clipping: The Poetry of Sister Maura Eichner

The Poetry of Sister Maura Eichner

WYPR-FM "Maryland Morning"

WYPR's Tom Hall celebrates the rich poetic legacy of Sr.Maura Eicher, SSND, who mentored and inspired generations of young poets here at Notre Dame.

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Harford County's Michelle Campbell receives pharmaceutical award

The Sun

The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy awarded the first Donald O. Fedder Memorial Fellowship to NDMU alumna Michelle Campbell '01, a fifth-year student from Havre de Grace.

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Clipping: Memory Molecule Dethroned

Memory Molecule Dethroned

Nature

Alumna and JHU researcher Julia Bachman '04 whose work on long-term memory has been called "groundbreaking" has been published in the prominent scientific journal Nature.

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History in the Making

Maryland Pharmacist

Krystal Patel '13 shares her experiences as a member of the Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy's first graduating class.

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Medication Safety and Quality Improvement in High Risk Diabetes Patients

Maryland Pharmacist

Ivy Nguyen, PharmD Candidate 2013 analyzes how Medication Therapy Management can result in improved well being of diabetes patients.

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Clipping: Maryland's 2012 News in Review

Maryland's 2012 News in Review

The Sun

Jean Marbella recalls Notre Dame's historic decision to name James F. Conneely as our 12th president.

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Clipping: Notre Dame Holds Forum on Climate Change

Notre Dame Holds Forum on Climate Change

The Sun

Notre Dame launched a "Green Baltimore," a series of four forums in early 2013 on environmental topics, featuring experts from government, business, academia and nonprofit groups.

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Calf Raises for Volleyball

Arizona Republic

NDMU volleyball player Christina Aquia '14, offers fitness tips in this article, along with Olympic beach volleyball player Karch Kiraly.

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Clipping: Breaking Down Barriers to Women's Education

Breaking Down Barriers to Women's Education

The Catholic Review

In a Catholic Review guest column, Dr. Conneely and Sr. Kathleen Cornell write of the fundamental right of young women everywhere to be educated and the enduring power of education to transform lives.

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Chatting with the Owner of Kirsten’s Cakery

Severna Park Patch

Severna Park Patch stopped in to visit Kirsten Klein'01, owner of Kirsten's Cakery.

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Clipping: Pumpkin Theatre's 45th Birthday Party is a Tribute to its Founder

Pumpkin Theatre's 45th Birthday Party is a Tribute to its Founder

Baltimore Messenger

The Pumpkin Theatre's 45th birthday party celebration paid tribute to its founder, Notre Dame university's Sister Kathleen Marie Engers.

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Clipping: Mildred Otenasek, 98, professor, mentor:  Fixture at Notre Dame of Maryland University was also a pioneering force for women in Maryland politics

Mildred Otenasek, 98, professor, mentor: Fixture at Notre Dame of Maryland University was also a pioneering force for women in Maryland politics

The Sun

The life and legacy of Notre Dame alumna, teacher, mentor and benefactor Millie Otenasek '36 is remembered in the Sun.

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Fifth Graders Learn to Listen for God's Call

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame was proud to host Archbishop Lori, Bishop Madden and the second annual “Focus 11: Called to be Saints” conference. The event brings area fifth graders together with religious women and men to learn more about vocations.

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Clipping: Sisters Academy hosts fundraiser: 'Are You Smarter Than a 6th Grader?'

Sisters Academy hosts fundraiser: 'Are You Smarter Than a 6th Grader?'

The Catholic Review

Dr. Conneely and his teammates on Los Lobe-os had a good showing but couldn't surpass Marc Steiner's Grand Central Cortex to take home the trophy!

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Clipping: Tiny Libraries

Tiny Libraries

WYPR-FM "Maryland Morning"

Lesley Noll M'03, Library Services Coordinator at the Village Learning Place, tells WYPR's Sheilah Kast about her plans to bring tiny libraries to Baltimore.

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Clipping: Think Pink field hockey game takes a swing against breast cancer

Think Pink field hockey game takes a swing against breast cancer

WMAR-TV "The List"

ABC's The List checked in with the Notre Dame field hockey team as they trained for a special "Think Pink” game against Goucher College.

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Clipping: Struggling Learners Can Succeed

Struggling Learners Can Succeed

WBAL-TV News

Associate Professor Harriet Porton talks about her new book "Helping Struggling Learners Succeed in School," a guide for teachers who want to help at-risk students thrive in the classroom.

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Clipping: Curricula Changing to Instill Entrepreneurism

Curricula Changing to Instill Entrepreneurism

The Daily Record

Associate Professor Deborah Calhoun discusses Notre Dame's entrepreneurship minor, to prepare students for innovation in their major field of study.

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Clipping: Liberal Arts, Entrepreneurship Not Mutually Exclusive

Liberal Arts, Entrepreneurship Not Mutually Exclusive

The Daily Record

Associate Professor Deborah Calhoun says traditional liberal arts is the backbone for successful entrepreneurship.

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Clipping: Study Finds More College Students Want To Work And Live In Baltimore

Study Finds More College Students Want To Work And Live In Baltimore

WJZ-TV

Briawna Jones, Shelby Carter, Samantha Dameron and Mindy Daugherty talk to WJZ-TV about plans to stay in Baltimore after college.

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Clipping: Notre Dame university to break ground on Nursing and Education building

Notre Dame university to break ground on Nursing and Education building

The Sun

The Sun shared news of groundbreaking on our new academic building.

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Clipping: A model for women's colleges

A model for women's colleges

USA Today

Dr. Conneely writes in USA Today of the continuing importance of women's colleges in higher education.

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Clipping: Women in Engineering:  Creative work that offers a lot of rewards

Women in Engineering: Creative work that offers a lot of rewards

The Sun

Dr. DiRienzi was featured in a Baltimore Sun Education Special Section cover story about our 5-year dual degree engineering program.

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Democrats, Republicans Use Differing Convention Messages to Appeal to Women Voters

Capital News Service

Professor Jeana Del Rosso weighs in on how the presidential candidates are trying to win over female voters.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland University's first male president kicks off the new school year

Notre Dame of Maryland University's first male president kicks off the new school year

The Catholic Review

The Catholic Review commemorated the start of Dr. Conneely's first academic year as President of Notre Dame.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland University to break ground on new academic building

Notre Dame of Maryland University to break ground on new academic building

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame breaks ground on the new academic building for the School of Education and School of Nursing on 9/12.

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Clipping: Potomac Teacher Recognized for Work With Hearing Impaired Students

Potomac Teacher Recognized for Work With Hearing Impaired Students

Potomac Patch

Alumna Denise Duffy '81, an American Sign Language teacher at McLean School of Maryland in Potomac, is one of only two teachers in Maryland to win an Unsung Heroes award from ING Financial Services. She is now in the running for one of three national awards.

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Clipping: New Waugh Chapel Principal Settles In

New Waugh Chapel Principal Settles In

Odenton Patch

Amanda Edmunds '00 is the new principal at Waugh Chapel Elementary School in Odenton.

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Clipping: Constellations: A Solo Exhibition by Joseph Faura

Constellations: A Solo Exhibition by Joseph Faura

BmoreArt

BmoreArt previews an exhibit by artist and Notre Dame digital media arts instructor Joseph Faura.

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Weak job market prompts schools to morph offerings

Baltimore Business Journal

Vice President for Academic Affairs Christine De Vinne, O.S.U., spoke with the BBJ about Notre Dame's new offerings for career-minded students.

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Clipping: Sparks Elementary's new principal brings a wealth of experience to post

Sparks Elementary's new principal brings a wealth of experience to post

The Sun

The Sun profiles Sparks Elementary School Principal and NDMU alumna Pamela Oliver-Jones, who traded in her briefcase for a rewarding career in the classroom.

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Clipping: Baltimore College Guide

Baltimore College Guide

The Sun

Chelsea Dickerson, a senior elementary/special education major, tells the Sun what she likes best about coming to Notre Dame.

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Notre Dame of Maryland University receives $90k for new nursing lab

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame received a $90,000 Knott Foundation grant for simulation labs in the new Center for Caring With Technology.

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Organizations find ways to tend the pipeline for nurses

Baltimore Business Journal

The Baltimore Business Journal wrote about Notre Dame's efforts to meet increased demand for nurses.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland wins $125,000 grant for nursing program

Notre Dame of Maryland wins $125,000 grant for nursing program

Baltimore Business Journal

The Baltimore Business Journal shared news of NDMU's $125,000 Middendorf Foundation grant.

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Clipping: Psychology, Today

Psychology, Today

The Sun

The Sun takes a look at emerging trends in psychology, including Notre Dame's new Industrial/Organizational Psychology program.

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Clipping: Chasing Sputnik

Chasing Sputnik

The Sun

The Sun looks at STEM education, including Notre Dame's Pathways to Excellence program supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Clipping: Artist infuses science in paintings

Artist infuses science in paintings

Press Republican

Professor Kevin Raines uses his art for environmental education.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland, Loyola University grads among Fulbright scholars

Notre Dame of Maryland, Loyola University grads among Fulbright scholars

The Catholic Review

The Catholic Review stopped in to visit with Lauren McCusker '12 and Brianna January '12, our two most recent Fulbrights.

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Clipping: Land and See

Land and See

Urbanite

Paintings by alumna Anne Rich '73 will be on display in Land and Sea, Fleckenstein Gallery's summer show.

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Clipping: Local grad wins Fulbright grant

Local grad wins Fulbright grant

Dundalk Eagle

The Dundalk Eagle shares the great news that Lauren McCusker '12 is one of two Notre Dame Fulbright ETAs this year!

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Clipping: Seurkamp set to step aside after 15 years at helm of Notre Dame

Seurkamp set to step aside after 15 years at helm of Notre Dame

The Sun

The Baltimore Sun recaps President Seurkamp's 15 year tenure, marked by innovation in programs and commitment to tradition.

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Clipping: Wilson ready to dig in as Garrett superintendent

Wilson ready to dig in as Garrett superintendent

Cumberland Times-News

Congratulations to Janet Wilson, P.D.'11 the new superintendent of Garrett County Public Schools.

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Clipping: Baltimore should embrace its inner-nerd

Baltimore should embrace its inner-nerd

The Sun

What is a metroversity? It's an urban area whose colleges and universities positively influence the quality of life for all who work, live and study there and Baltimore ranks third in the nation, says Kristen Campbell McGuire, executive director of the Baltimore Collegetown Network.

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Clipping: Two Notre Dame Grads, Baltimore County Residents Get Fulbrights

Two Notre Dame Grads, Baltimore County Residents Get Fulbrights

Baltimore Fishbowl

"You might want to write these names down, Baltimore — we have a feeling they might be up to great things in the future."

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Clipping: Homeschooling goes mainstream in Maryland

Homeschooling goes mainstream in Maryland

Montgomery Sentinel

Junior Tess Maseda reflects on her homeschooling experience.

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Clipping: Volunteer Spotlight – Meet Peggy Hauf

Volunteer Spotlight – Meet Peggy Hauf

Cool Kids Campaign

The Cool Kids Campaign spotlights volunteer tutor and Notre Dame alumna Peggy Hauf'70 who hasn't let retirement slow her down.

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Clipping: Meet the Match.com of the Nonprofit World

Meet the Match.com of the Nonprofit World

BMoreMedia

Paul Sturm, instructor in Notre Dame's nonprofit management program, profiles Business Volunteers Unlimited, which places board members for Northrop Grumman Corp., Constellation Energy Group, T. Rowe Price and other firms with local organizations.

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Clipping: The Importance of Women-Only Colleges

The Importance of Women-Only Colleges

WYPR-FM

President Seurkamp stopped by WYPR to chat with Maryland Morning host Sheilah Kast about her 15 years at the helm of Maryland's remaining women's college.

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Clipping: Trina Robinson gets new high profile evening slot on NBC6-TV

Trina Robinson gets new high profile evening slot on NBC6-TV

Westside Gazette

Trina Robinson'84, an Emmy Award winning Journalist and Meteorologist, has been selected for the evening news at NBC6-TV in Miami.

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Clipping: CSM's Leah Geiger Presented with Adjunct Faculty Excellence Award

CSM's Leah Geiger Presented with Adjunct Faculty Excellence Award

Baynet.com

Notre Dame doctoral candidate Leah Geiger received the Adjunct Faculty Excellence Award from College of Southern Maryland.

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Clipping: Baltimore City Teacher of the Year Brad Nornhold Is Too Much for Orioles Backup Catcher to Handle

Baltimore City Teacher of the Year Brad Nornhold Is Too Much for Orioles Backup Catcher to Handle

YouTube

Teacher of the Year Bradley Nornhold, a master's candidate at Notre Dame, throws out the first pitch at the May 13 Orioles game.

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Clipping: Robert J. Hoage, spokesman for National Zoo, dies at 66

Robert J. Hoage, spokesman for National Zoo, dies at 66

Washington Post

The Washington Post remembers the life and career of Robert Hoage, who led the establishment of Notre Dame's Environmental Sustainability program.

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Clipping: Donohue Selected as Principal of IND

Donohue Selected as Principal of IND

Examiner.com

The Institute of Notre Dame, the oldest Catholic girls’ high school in Baltimore, has selected Notre Dame doctoral candidate and associate faculty member Gail Donahue as principal, beginning with the next academic year.

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Clipping: College commencements set

College commencements set

The Catholic Review

Sean McManus, chairman of CBS Sports, is highlighted in the Catholic Review's round up of 2012 commencement speakers.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland embarks on $15.3M new nursing building

Notre Dame of Maryland embarks on $15.3M new nursing building

Baltimore Business Journal

President Seurkamp shares plans for the new School of Nursing and School of Education building.

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Clipping: EKU vice president recognized by national organization

EKU vice president recognized by national organization

Richmond Register

President-elect James Conneely has been honored by Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education with an award for Distinguished Service to NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators ) Region III.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland president retiring after 15 years

Notre Dame of Maryland president retiring after 15 years

The Catholic Review

After a successful run as president of Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore, Mary Pat Seurkamp will retire June 30. (Tom McCarthy | CR Staff)

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Clipping: Spring Music Festival shows humor in classical tunes through May 12

Spring Music Festival shows humor in classical tunes through May 12

Delmarvanow

Notre Dame music teacher and clarinetist Edna Huang is profiled.

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Clipping: Life long learning at the Renaissance Institute

Life long learning at the Renaissance Institute

WBAL-TV

WBAL's Kate Amara paid a visit to Notre Dame of Maryland University's Renaissance Institute, the lifelong learning program for adults 50 and better.

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Clipping: Local university brings attention to domestic violence against women

Local university brings attention to domestic violence against women

Examiner.com

Notre Dame of Maryland's Clotheline Project expresses students' support for women and girls who are victims of violence.

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Clipping: Markell nominates Mark Murphy to head education department

Markell nominates Mark Murphy to head education department

Delaware Online

Mark Murphy, who earned his masters in leadership in teaching at Notre Dame in 2002, has been nominated by Delaware Governor Markell to lead the state's school system.

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Clipping: Conneely Gives His Last Lecture

Conneely Gives His Last Lecture

The Eastern Progress

President-elect Jim Conneely was selected for Eastern Kentucky University's yearly lecture series “If this were My Last Lecture.” Conneely spoke about the two main traits of a leader: Integrity and compassion.

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Clipping: Her fun method pays off

Her fun method pays off

New Straits Times

New Straits Times checks in with Lauren Parsons'10, M'11, a Fulbright teaching assistant in Malaysia. Lauren has a BA in Liberal Arts and Master's in TESOL from NDMU.

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Clipping: Middle School Math Teacher Named City Schools’ 2011-12 Teacher of the Year

Middle School Math Teacher Named City Schools’ 2011-12 Teacher of the Year

Baltimore City Public Schools

Bradley Nornhold M'12, a math teacher at KIPP Ujima Academy, is Baltimore City's 2012-13 Teacher of the Year! He is the first teacher from a charter school to hold the title in the past decade.

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Clipping: Baltimore Honors Teacher Of The Year For Excellence In Education

Baltimore Honors Teacher Of The Year For Excellence In Education

WJZ-TV

CBS news checks in with Notre Dame master's candidate Bradley Nornhold, Baltimore's 2012 Teacher of the Year.

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Clipping: Math teacher wins city's 'Teacher of the Year' award

Math teacher wins city's 'Teacher of the Year' award

WBAL-TV

Master's candidate Brad Nornhold is Baltimore City's 2012 Teacher of the Year.

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Clipping: Baltimore Teacher of the Year Announced

Baltimore Teacher of the Year Announced

WMAR-TV

WMAR visits Baltimore City's 2012 Teacher of the Year Bradley Nornhold, a master's candidate in Notre Dame's School of Education.

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Clipping: Exhibition of small fanciful bronze sculptures by Claudia DeMonte opens at June Kelly Gallery

Exhibition of small fanciful bronze sculptures by Claudia DeMonte opens at June Kelly Gallery

Art Daily

The work of alumna Claudia DeMonte '69, highlighting our acquisitive society and creating a poignant visual contrast with the concept of need, is on view at New York's June Kelly Gallery.

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Clipping: Opera singer uses his voice, talent in church

Opera singer uses his voice, talent in church

The Catholic Review

The Catholic Review profiled School of Education staffer Christopher Rhodovi, who in addition to his full-time duties is also an opera singer and cantor at Baltimore area churches. Many Notre Dame students first met Chris when he worked on the graduate admissions team. We're thrilled to learn more about Chris' creative side!

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Clipping: Make Time for Reflection

Make Time for Reflection

The Daily Record

Janine DiPaula Stevens '98, CEO of Vircity and instructor in Notre Dame's entrepreneurship minor, offers advice and encouragement for business owners.

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Clipping: Notre Dame Prep products follow art teacher’s footsteps

Notre Dame Prep products follow art teacher’s footsteps

The Catholic Review

Alumna and art teacher Susann Nichols '55 so inspired her student and fellow NDMU alumna Ann Walker '87, that they are now colleagues in the art department at Notre Dame Preparatory School.

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Clipping: Civic Duty: Nonprofit Provides Green Jobs Training

Civic Duty: Nonprofit Provides Green Jobs Training

BMoreMedia

Paul Sturm, associate faculty in the Non-Profit Management program, profiled the EnergyReady Program, a green job training program operated by Baltimore Civic Works’ Center for Green Careers.

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Clipping: REACH volunteer compassionate and caring

REACH volunteer compassionate and caring

Herald-Mail (Hagerstown, Md.)

The Herald-Mail profiled retired teacher Sr. Mary Corda Mullenix, SSND'57, who at 85, continues to volunteer at the REACH Day Resource Center in Hagerstown, Md.

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Clipping: Orioles answer doubters with workman-like win

Orioles answer doubters with workman-like win

Baltimore Brew

The Baltimore Brew checked in with Sr. Paulette a.k.a. "The Baseball Nun," on the Oriole's opening day.

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Clipping: Bryantown resident wins prestigious teaching award

Bryantown resident wins prestigious teaching award

Southern Maryland Newspapers Online

Amy Gibson '71 of Huntingtown High School is one of 10 recipients of the 2012 John F. Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Awards.

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Clipping: Golden Apples arrive for two Catholic school teachers

Golden Apples arrive for two Catholic school teachers

Enterprise (Lexington Park, MD)

Jennifer Raley M'02, first-grade teacher at St. Michael’s School in Ridge, Md, was honored with the Golden Apple award from the Archdiocese of Washington, which recognizes excellence among Catholic school teachers.

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Clipping: Bel Air Middle School teacher named 2012-13 Harford Teacher of the Year

Bel Air Middle School teacher named 2012-13 Harford Teacher of the Year

Examiner.com

Christina O'Neill'93 is Harford County's 2012-13 Teacher of the Year. Congratulations!

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Clipping: Six Independent Colleges in Maryland Honored for Community Service

Six Independent Colleges in Maryland Honored for Community Service

MICUA News

Notre Dame of Maryland University was named to the 2012 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

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Clipping: Digital Footprint Used To Find College Park Student Who Threatened Mass Shooting

Digital Footprint Used To Find College Park Student Who Threatened Mass Shooting

WJZ-TV

Prof. Jeff Tuer was interviewed on WJZ, regarding law enforcement's ability to track suspects via digital footprints.

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Clipping: Sister Maura built solid poetry, writers

Sister Maura built solid poetry, writers

The Catholic Review

Kathleen Feeley, SSND, president emerita of Notre Dame, reflects on the legacy of the late teacher and poet, Sr. Maura Eichner, SSND.

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Clipping: Higher Education: Where the jobs are

Higher Education: Where the jobs are

The Daily Record

Higher Education: Where the Jobs Are. The Daily Record examines the most popular degrees at Maryland colleges and universities, and what career fields are expected to see growth.

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NDMU Partners Pharmacy Students, City Agencies

MICUA Matters

The School of Pharmacy's AdvoCaring program is profiled in the Spring issue of MICUA Matters.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Md. names 1st male president

Notre Dame of Md. names 1st male president

Associated Press

The Associated Press picked up news of Dr. Conneely's selection, resulting in national distribution of the story. Among the many news outlets sharing the AP story were: WBFF/WNUV, ABC2, CBS, ABC27, Digital Journal.com, Lexington Herald-Leader, WBAL, WDRB, Fox 19, Yahoo News, NAICU, Frederick News-Post, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, WBOC, St. Cloud Times and WTOP.

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Clipping: Notre Dame names its first male president

Notre Dame names its first male president

The Sun

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Clipping: Big Fish Q&A with Notre Dame of Maryland University President Mary Pat Seurkamp

Big Fish Q&A with Notre Dame of Maryland University President Mary Pat Seurkamp

Baltimore Fishbowl

The Baltimore Fishbowl profiles President Seurkamp in a lively Q&A.

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Clipping: Get Knockout Prom Gowns -- Help Red Cross

Get Knockout Prom Gowns -- Help Red Cross

WBAL-TV

Women's College student Cara Marrero, National American Miss Maryland, was interviewed to promote Project Prom Dress, a charity fundraiser for the Red Cross Disaster Action Team, which aids families affected by events such as floods, tornadoes and house fires.

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Clipping: Games, stickers bring classroom to life

Games, stickers bring classroom to life

New Straits Times

The New Straits Times featured Lauren Parsons '11 who is beginning her stint as an English Teaching Assistant through the Fulbright Foundation program in Malaysia.

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Clipping: Wow-Baltimore: Celebrating Women, Influencing Community

Wow-Baltimore: Celebrating Women, Influencing Community

Baltimore Fishbowl

Notre Dame of Maryland is a proud sponsor of WOW-Baltimore. The 3-day event features President Mary Pat Seurkamp, Dr. Maria Mouratidis, Vice President Heidi Roller and many others from the Notre Dame community talking about issues affecting women and communities.

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Clipping: Fulbright scholars lead the way

Fulbright scholars lead the way

Baltimore Sun

Notre Dame's successful Fulbright program was profiled in the Sun's Education special section.

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Clipping: Saving the environment, one student at a time

Saving the environment, one student at a time

The Sun

Notre Dame's Environmental Sustainability program was featured in recent Sun coverage of higher education environmental initiatives.

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Clipping: The future of giving

The future of giving

The Sun

The Sun's Education Special Section included a feature on Notre Dame's innovative Master's in Non-Profit Management program.

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Clipping: College students rally on behalf of budget

College students rally on behalf of budget

The Sun

Joined by President Seurkamp, Notre Dame students were among hundreds who rallied in Annapolis on behalf of higher education spending.

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Clipping: Howard County Red Cross chapter resells prom dresses

Howard County Red Cross chapter resells prom dresses

The Sun

Women's College student Cara Marrero talks to the Sun about Project Prom Dress, a program to resell gently used gowns for the benefit of the Red Cross. Cara has donated 17 dresses this year.

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Clipping: Daily Record Announces Maryland's Most Influential

Daily Record Announces Maryland's Most Influential

Baltimore Fishbowl

President Mary Pat Seurkamp has been named to the Daily Record's list of the Most Influential Marylanders in 2012.

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Clipping: Blue and White Ball Honors President Mary Pat Seurkamp

Blue and White Ball Honors President Mary Pat Seurkamp

Citybizlist

BALTIMORE -- In honor of her 15 years of unwavering dedication to Notre Dame's Catholic values and educational mission, Notre Dame of Maryland University will celebrate President Mary Pat Seurkamp with a Blue and White Ball. The black tie affair will be held on Saturday, March 31 at 7 pm at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel.

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Clipping: The problem with 'no problem'

The problem with 'no problem'

The Sun

Colleague Paula Simon weighs in on the problem with "no problem."

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland Shows Ravens Pride

Notre Dame of Maryland Shows Ravens Pride

North Baltimore Patch

Gibbons and Fourier Halls are bathed in purple light as Notre Dame of Maryland cheers the Ravens on to victory over the Texans in the NFL playoffs.

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Clipping: Delanoy's photographs depict protected parkland

Delanoy's photographs depict protected parkland

The Sentinel

Geoff Delanoy’s photographs depicting California’s Point Reyes National Seashore, a 100-square-mile protected parkland established by former President John F. Kennedy in 1962, were the subject of an exhibit at Montpelier Arts Center.

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New Kindergarten Teacher Loves Her Job at School

Greenbelt News Review

Kindergarten teacher Dawn Reichle '10 is profiled in the Greenbelt News Review.

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Clipping: Baltimore teacher packs suitcase, trust for mission to Ethiopia

Baltimore teacher packs suitcase, trust for mission to Ethiopia

The Catholic Review

Alumna Marie Prosser M'08 is off to teach English in Addis Ababa as a Salesian Volunteer.

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Clipping: Learning Through Language: Students Gain Cultural Appreciation and Knowledge

Learning Through Language: Students Gain Cultural Appreciation and Knowledge

The Sun

Linda Stilling, SSND, leads Notre Dame's unique Pastoral Spanish program, which provides Spanish language and culture training to professionals and volunteers who serve the region's Hispanic community.

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Clipping: Greater Loch Raven: Cool treats and warm receptions mark Education Week

Greater Loch Raven: Cool treats and warm receptions mark Education Week

The Sun

Meet Chris Leavens and Nate Dippold, teachers at Immaculate Heart of Mary School and graduates of Notre Dame's Operation TEACH program.

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Clipping: Like/dislike: Jennifer Petrin Johannes

Like/dislike: Jennifer Petrin Johannes

b the site

Old Mill High School art teacher, Jennifer Petrin Johannes M'02, 2010 MD Art Teacher of the Year recipient, speaks to B reporter Laura Lefavor about her likes and dislikes in this fun profile.

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Clipping: Md. teacher of the year focuses on connections with students

Md. teacher of the year focuses on connections with students

The Sun

Reporter Liz Bowie talks to Teacher of the Year Joshua Parker M'10 about connecting with students in the classroom.

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Clipping: In Our Schools: Danelle Parisi

In Our Schools: Danelle Parisi

Reading (PA) Eagle

The Reading Eagle profiles alumna Danelle Ciervo Parisi'81, a science and social studies teacher for sixth, seventh and eighth grades at Sacred Heart School in Reading, Penn.

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Clipping: Leadership School is Bliss

Leadership School is Bliss

The Afro-American

Lorna Hanley M'06, principal of the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, is profiled in the Afro-American.

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Notre Dame of Maryland University Announces President’s Advisory Council

Citybizlist

Notre Dame of Maryland University announces the founding members of the President's Advisory Council.

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Program Puts Students in Catholic Schools

Kitsap Sun

The Associated Press picked up the story of Operation TEACH that also appeared in the Frederick News-Post and Annapolis Capital.

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland Celebrates University Status

Notre Dame of Maryland Celebrates University Status

MICUA Matters

The Maryland Independent Colleges and Universities Association (MICUA) celebrates Notre Dame's move to university status.

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Clipping: Building Up a Qualified Workforce

Building Up a Qualified Workforce

MICUA Matters

Notre Dame's new facility for the School of Education and School of Nursing is among the capital projects highlighted in the Fall issue of MICUA Matters.

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Clipping: Eight MICUA Alumni Named Teachers of the Year

Eight MICUA Alumni Named Teachers of the Year

MICUA Matters

The Maryland Independent Colleges and Universities Association (MICUA) highlights alumni Joshua Parker and his fellow Teachers of the Year.

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Clipping: Teachers' program 'like family' Partnership benefits local Catholic schools

Teachers' program 'like family' Partnership benefits local Catholic schools

Frederick News-Post

The Frederick News Post profiles the lives of four teachers participating in Notre Dame's Operation TEACH, an innovative Masters in Teaching program for parochial school educators.

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Clipping: Teachers' program benefits Catholic schools

Teachers' program benefits Catholic schools

WTOP-FM

WTOP-FM reports on Notre Dame's unique Operation TEACH program, a Masters in Teaching initiative to train teachers for parochial schools.

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Clipping:  Fifth-graders talk faith at Notre Dame

Fifth-graders talk faith at Notre Dame

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame hosted an estimated 400 fifth-grade students from Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic schools for FOCUS 11, a program to foster vocational awareness using the theme “Called to be saints.”

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Clipping: Efforts Plant Seeds for Future Vocations

Efforts Plant Seeds for Future Vocations

The Sun

Fifth-graders from area Catholic schools recently attended Focus 11, a religious vocation conference at Notre Dame of Maryland.

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Clipping: Notre Dame Graduate Program Inspires Teachers

Notre Dame Graduate Program Inspires Teachers

The Catholic Review

The Catholic Review spoke to alumna Gwyneth Carmichael about how Notre Dame's graduate education internship helped her earn her Master's degree and realize her dream of becoming a teacher in just 10 months.

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Clipping: Seeing the Face of Christ

Seeing the Face of Christ

The Catholic Review

Sister Linda Stilling, SSND reflects on the many places one can see and feel the presence of God's love.

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Clipping: Focus 11: Archdiocese Targets Youth About Careers

Focus 11: Archdiocese Targets Youth About Careers

WBAL-TV

This week more than 600 children descended on campus to learn about vocations, at an event organized by the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

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'The Justice Cascade': Holding Human Rights Abusers Accountable

Duke Today

Professor Leonor Blum, chair of the the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA)-Duke University Human Rights Book Awards, is quoted in a story about the 2011 winning book, "The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions are Changing World Politics," by Kathryn Skikink.

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Clipping: How to Pay Less: Many Private Colleges Don‘t Cost What’s Published

How to Pay Less: Many Private Colleges Don‘t Cost What’s Published

Gazette

Heidi Roller, vice president for enrollment management, says private colleges may be more affordable than parents and students think.

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Clipping: Notre Dame Graduate Joshua Parker Named Maryland Teacher of the Year

Notre Dame Graduate Joshua Parker Named Maryland Teacher of the Year

Baltimore Sun

Joshua Parker, a 28-year-old Windsor Mill Middle School teacher in Baltimore County, was named the Maryland Teacher of the Year on Friday night, beating out five other finalists from across the state.

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Clipping: Balt. Co. Educator Named State Teacher Of Year

Balt. Co. Educator Named State Teacher Of Year

WBAL-TV

WBAL-TV covers the news of Joshua Parker's selection as Maryland Teacher of the Year.

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Clipping: Penn-Mar to hold art show in Baltimore: Adults with disabilities create 3-D art

Penn-Mar to hold art show in Baltimore: Adults with disabilities create 3-D art

Baltimore Sun

Read about how our art students are changing lives for Pen Mar clients!

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Clipping: Happy Birthday, Franz Liszt!

Happy Birthday, Franz Liszt!

WYPR-FM

As the 200th birthday of composer Franz Liszt approaches on October 22, Maryland Morning's Tom Hall speaks with Nancy Roldán and Notre Dame professor Ernest Ragogini about the Liszt-Garrison Festival and International Piano Competition and the legendary pianist/composer who inspired it.

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Clipping: Fastspot Launches Website for Notre Dame of Maryland University

Fastspot Launches Website for Notre Dame of Maryland University

Citybizlist

Baltimore web developer Fastspot shares news of Notre Dame's beautiful new website!

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Clipping: Notre Dame of Maryland University celebrates the music of Franz Liszt

Notre Dame of Maryland University celebrates the music of Franz Liszt

Baltimore Sun

Sun music columnist Tim Smith writes about the Liszt-Garrison Festival, one of Notre Dame's most anticipated annual arts events.

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Clipping: Six Million Acre Studio

Six Million Acre Studio

LakePlacid.com

Professor Kevin Raines shares his love of the Adirondacks and how the magnificent landscape inspires his art.

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Clipping: Catholic higher education well worth the costs to five students

Catholic higher education well worth the costs to five students

OSV Newsweekly

Our Sunday Visitor recently spoke with five students at Catholic colleges and universities throughout the country about why they chose to attend a Catholic school, and how they cover the costs of their educational experience. Read about Kirby Gaddy's experience.

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Clipping:  Local universities celebrate high national rankings

Local universities celebrate high national rankings

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame of Maryland University was named a Best Value school for the third year in a row but U.S.News & World Report.

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Clipping: Good Sam nurse’s life fulfilled by caring at Camp Jabberwocky

Good Sam nurse’s life fulfilled by caring at Camp Jabberwocky

The Catholic Review

Good Samaritan nurse and NDMU alumna Johanna Romero de Slavy M'11 is profiled for her 22 years of service to Camp Jabberwocky, a camp for disabled children.

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Clipping:  Reaching out to Hispanic population a must for those in ministry

Reaching out to Hispanic population a must for those in ministry

The Catholic Review

Sr. Linda Stilling, SSND, is profiled as she leads a workshop for clergy and laypersons who minister to the Hispanic community.

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Meet the Teacher: Gretchen McQuillan

Lake Minnetonka Patch

Alumna Gretchen McQuillan is teaching third grade at Orono Intermediate School this year.

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Clipping:  Notre Dame’s historic university status made official

Notre Dame’s historic university status made official

The Catholic Review

Catholic Review reporter Matt Palmer reports from Notre Dame's University Day festivities on September 9, 2011.

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Former College of Notre Dame officially becomes a university

Baltimore Messenger

Reporter Lauren Rosenberg shares the story behind Notre Dame of Maryland's historic move to university.

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Clipping: Tenure Talks Prompt Debate

Tenure Talks Prompt Debate

Severn Patch

Jennifer Petrin Johannes M'02, an art teacher at Old Mill High School, weighs in on the debate about teacher evaluations and tenure.

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Clipping: 'Goodwill Luggage' — a suitcase whose owner died on 9/11 continues to travel with its new owner.

'Goodwill Luggage' — a suitcase whose owner died on 9/11 continues to travel with its new owner.

The Sun

Renaissance Institute member Shirley Dempsey-Kahn shares reflections on September 11th.

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Clipping: Notre Dame university wins grant for STEM scholarships

Notre Dame university wins grant for STEM scholarships

The Sun

Notre Dame's new Pathways to Excellence program, funded with a grant from the National Science Foundation, is making headlines.

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Clipping: Council President Teams With D.C. United to Bring Free Soccer Clinic to Baltimore Youth

Council President Teams With D.C. United to Bring Free Soccer Clinic to Baltimore Youth

City of Baltimore

Notre Dame of Maryland University soccer players are joining with star players from D.C. United to host community soccer clinics as part of the D.C. United Community Soccer Series.

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Clipping: Partnering Early for Future Success

Partnering Early for Future Success

Principle Magazine

Worthington Elementry School principal Kathy Orlando, a doctoral candidate in Notre Dame's Leadership for Changing Populations Ph.D program, is co-author of this piece discussing the importance of building collaborative learning communities.

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Clipping: Transcendent Topographies

Transcendent Topographies

Urbanite

Professor Geoff Delanoy records both fleeting and gradual changes in his Fugitive Landscape series.

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Clipping: The Debt Ceiling

The Debt Ceiling

Urbanite

A poem by writer-in-residence Shelly Puhak.

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Overhauling a troubled school

The Sun

Read about the amazing team of educators credited with transforming Dundalk High School, including alumna Erin Haroth.

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Clipping: VanGrin hired as new principal at Galena Elementary

VanGrin hired as new principal at Galena Elementary

Star-Democrat (Easton, MD)

Alumna Dawn VanGrin puts her Masters in Leadership in Teaching to good use as the newly appointed principal of Galena Elementary School

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Clipping: New Principal Leads East Catholic

New Principal Leads East Catholic

Reminder News

News about alumni Jay Hartling.

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Clipping: Renaissance Institute teachers know their history: Varied backgrounds help bring subjects to the forefront

Renaissance Institute teachers know their history: Varied backgrounds help bring subjects to the forefront

Baltimore Messenger

Baltimore Messenger reporter Lauren Rosenburg profiles longtime Renaissance Institute instructors Sidney Leibovitz and Gregory Halpin.

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Clipping: Renaissance Institute lures seniors to College of Notre Dame: Lifelong learners eager for return to classroom

Renaissance Institute lures seniors to College of Notre Dame: Lifelong learners eager for return to classroom

Baltimore Messenger

Reporter Lauren Rosenburg enjoyed learning more about the Renaissance Institute for lifelong learners at a recent open house.

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Clipping: Ann Sober of Special Beginnings Birth & Women’s Center Awarded Highest National Honor by American Association of Birth Centers

Ann Sober of Special Beginnings Birth & Women’s Center Awarded Highest National Honor by American Association of Birth Centers

What's Up Magazine

Registered nurse Ann Sober'82, director and founder of Special Beginnings Birth & Women’s Center of Arnold, has received the Jamie E. Bolane Lifetime Achievement Award the American Association of Birth Centers (AABC).

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DiPaula Stevens named president of National Association of Women Business Owners’ regional chapter

The Daily Record

Janine DiPaula Stevens '98 recently was named president of the Baltimore Regional Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, which provides advocacy, resources and support for women?owned businesses.

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Federal Hill renovation brings generations together

The Sun

Alumna Gilda Johnson shares her Federal Hill dream home with her mother and daughter, three generations under one roof.

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Car thefts, burglaries spur action in Catonsville community

The Sun

Ben Christian, currently studying for his Master's in Teaching, exemplifies the Notre Dame spirit, as he organizes a Citizens on Patrol program in his Baltimore County neighborhood.

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Clipping: Teacher prepares for stint in Malaysia through Fulbright Program

Teacher prepares for stint in Malaysia through Fulbright Program

The Frederick News Post

Armed with a master's degree in TESOL (teaching English to speakers of other languages), Lauren Parsons '11 in January will begin a one-year stint as an English teaching assistant in Malaysia.

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Amid the hot weather, lets celebrate on more degree

The Sun

This summer Melinda Cianos' dream came true when she graduated from College of Notre Dame of Maryland.When one embarks on a big undertaking, it's always nice to have the love and support of family, friends and neighbors.

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Clipping: Master’s degrees in education:  What it takes to make a master teacher

Master’s degrees in education: What it takes to make a master teacher

The Sun

Sister Sharon Slear, dean of the School of Education, discusses Notre Dame's master's programs for teachers.

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Statement of Archbishop O'Brien on President Seurkamp's retirement.

Archdiocese of Baltimroe

Upon receiving the news, Archbishop O’Brien issued a statement of support and appreciation for President Seurkamp’s service to the College and the Archdiocese of Baltimore

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Environmental Issues Impact Students of All Ages

The Catholic Review

Dr. Robert Hoage, head of Notre Dame's Environmental Sustainability program, is quoted in the Catholic Review's coverage of Earth Day 2011.

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Higher Ed Gets Flexible

The Sun

Vice President for Enrollment Heidi Roller discusses Notre Dame's flexible part time programs offered through the College of Adult Undergraduate Studies.

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Clipping:  In one stroke, students' art both honors and aids Japan

In one stroke, students' art both honors and aids Japan

Maryland Gazette

Alumna Jennifer Petrin M'02 and her students use art to raise money for Japanese quake victims.

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What God has for me.

The Catholic Review

Women’s College sophomore Kirby Gaddy wrote a guest column for the Catholic Review, discussing her decision to positively affect children’s lives by becoming a teacher.

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Clipping: Catonsville Middle School principal wins state award

Catonsville Middle School principal wins state award

Maryland Family Magazine

Catonsville Middle School Principal Michael Thorne is the Maryland Association of Secondary School Principal’s mid-level Principal of the Year, an award he accepted April 1.

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Clipping:  Basilica to display Mangione gift to college library April 5

Basilica to display Mangione gift to college library April 5

The Catholic Review

The Catholic Review covered College of Notre Dame and Loyola University Maryland’s Lenten celebration of faith, reflection and prayer, featuring the Saint John’s Bible at the Basilica of the Assumption on April 5th.

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Town Gown Teams

Urbanite

The Urbanite highlighted Notre Dame’s community-based partnerships.

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College award letters are now arriving in mailboxes

The Sun

Financial Aid Director Zhanna Goltser spoke with Sun reporter Eileen Ambrose about how students can compare college financial aid offers.

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College of Notre Dame adds majors to prep for university status

Baltimore Business Journal

Vice President for Academic Affairs Christine De Vinne, OSU spoke to the Baltimore Business Journal about Notre Dame’s many new academic offerings.

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2011 Health Care Heroes Finalists--Community Outreach

The Daily Record

Drs. Michelle Fritsch and Nicole Culhane were honored by The Daily Record for creating AdvoCare, a unique service learning opportunity for the School of Pharmacy students.

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2011 Health Care Heroes Finalists--Health Care Professional

The Daily Record

Dr. Maria Mouratidis was recognized by The Daily Record for her achievements in caring for those with traumatic brain injuries and work on concussion awareness.

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Aftershock: The Blast That Shook Psycho Platoon

Pro Publica

Pro Publica quoted Dr. Maria Mouratidis in a story on U.S. veterans with traumatic brain injuries.

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College of Notre Dame Launches Green Major

Baltimore Business Journal

The North Baltimore college is now offering a major in environmental sustainability to students in the school’s women’s college.

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Forty under 40 winner: Corina Lindley

Denver Business Journal

Corina (Riismandel) Lindley ’96 named one of Denver’s “40 Under 40.”

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Curley names new principal

The Catholic Review

Notre Dame doctoral candidate Philip Piercy is the principal of Archbishop Curley High School.

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College delegations transform Frostburg into Annapolis

Cumberland Time-News

Students from College of Notre Dame joined collegians from across the state traveled to Frostburg State University over the weekend, assuming the roles of lawmakers for the Maryland Student Legislature’s Spring 2011 Leadership Training Institute/Interim Assembly.

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College of Notre Dame of Maryland appoints chief financial administrator

Corridor Inc.

Tom Maher’s appointment as Vice President for Finance & Administration made local business news in Corridor Inc., the Baltimore Business Journal, the Sun and The Daily Record.

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Church-based group makes annual U.N. pilgrimmage in support of women

Wilton Villager

Eight Notre Dame students joined an SSND delegation to the UN Commission on the Status of Women in New York, accompanied by Sisters Miriam Jansen and Sharon Kanis.

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Edmondson named Catholic school superintendent

The Sun

Former College of Notre Dame Dean Barbara Edmondson is named superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

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New Black History Oratory Contest Winner Named

WJZ-TV

Incoming student Kalyn Holden ’15 is the winner of WJZ’s Black History Month Oratory contest.

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Nursing shortage remedy in Maryland

Baltimore Business Journal

Vice President for Enrollment Heidi Roller discusses Notre Dame’s efforts to ease the nursing shortage.

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Health Care Heroes 2011 Finalists

The Daily Record

Four Notre Dame faculty members among 2011 Health Care Heroes nominees.

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Clipping: A Windfall in Cardboard

A Windfall in Cardboard

New York Times

The New York Times chronicled the story of the School Sisters of Notre Dame’s gift of a rare Honus Wagner baseball card.

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