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Honor Board Members

 


 

Victoria Meadows, Chair

Victoria Meadows, Chairperson

Hometown: Baltimore, MD

Major: Behavioral Neuroscience with Pre-Vet Concentration, Chemistry Minor

Class Year: 2015

What does the Honor Board mean to you?  The Honor Board encompasses all of the beliefs and values set forth by the School Sisters of Notre Dame.  As a member of the Notre Dame community, I take pride in being a part of such a prestigious component of the University that ensures the standing commitment of our student pledge.

Sandra-Maria Dibo-Amany, Vice Chairperson

Sandra-Marie Dibo-Amany, Vice Chairperson

Hometown:  Ivory Coast or Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa

Major:  Business and Management

Class Year:  2014

What does the Honor Board mean to you?  To my mind, the Honor Board is an organization which advocates justice, discipline, harmony, hard work and courage. It makes sure that life at Notre Dame of Maryland University is peaceful, valuable and enriching.

Elena, Secretary

Elena Wengert, Secretary

Hometown: Brooklyn Park, MD

Major:  Psychology

Class Year:  2016

What does the Honor Board mean to you?  I view the Honor Board as knowing that the Honor Code I pledged at Honors Convocation will be practiced on a daily basis at Notre Dame of Maryland University.  It's a lasting reminder of the pledge I took.

Keishia

Keishia Beckles-Farrell, College of Adult Undergraduate Studies (CAUS) Representative

Hometown:  Diamond Vale, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I.

Major:  Business with Minor in Corporate Communications

Class Year:  2014

What does the Honor Board mean to you? The Honor Board should not been seen as a negative organization, but as a forum for students to have their voices heard on matters of allegations of violations of the University Honor Code. As members of the Board, we serve as exemplars to the student body of the expectations of being a Notre Dame woman or man as we work to educate the community about the Honor Code. 

Esther

Esther, School of Pharmacy Representative

Hometown: Maplewood, NJ

Major: Pharmacy

Class Year: 2015

What does the Honor Board mean to you? As a pharmacy student, the Honor Code is an essential part of my NDMU experience.  The Honor Code emphasizes a set of values and focuses on integrity, something that I stand by every day.  The University stresses that by upholding the Honor Code in our academic and social arena, it will better both ourselves and our community.

Kathryn Donadio, Class of 2015

Kathryn Donadio, Class of 2015 Representative

Hometown: Reisterstown, MD

Major: Psychology and Criminology

Class Year:  2015

What does the Honor Board mean to you? The Honor Board emulates the founding principles and core values of the University and the School Sisters. The very nature of the Honor Board ensure the University's Code of Conduct so that we may all live, learn, and grow as Notre Dame women and men.

Maugerite, Class of 2016

Marguerite  Linz, Class of 2016 Representative

Hometown: Parkville/Carney, MD

Major:  Nursing

Class Year:  2016

What does the Honor Board mean to you?  The Honor Board represents the University's commitment to our Honor Code. It ensures that the high standards we place on ourselves, as students in and out of the classroom, create a community of respect, fairness and trust; a community in which we all would like to be a member. Being on the Honor Board allows me the opportunity to be involved in my school and school community.