Former Notre Dame College Trustee, Alumni Association President Named Alumna of

Diana de la Rosa-Miklic ’90 has been honored by the Notre Dame College Alumni Association as the 2015 Alumna of the Year.

Golf Shirt

Notre Dame College will host its 14th Annual Falcon Golf Classic at StoneWater Golf Club on Tuesday, July 21. Proceeds from the event, open to alumni, family and friends of the Notre Dame community, support athletic programs at the College.

Sr. Eileen Quinlan

Notre Dame College's Sr. Eileen Quinlan, SND, Ph.D., professor of English and communication, will teach a new literary inquiry course, “Americans Abroad,” in conjunction with the College's educational travel trip to Sicily and Rome.

Aliea Moore

Aliea Moore, newly graduated from Notre Dame College, is the first alum of the College to be selected as an Ohio Legislative Fellow. She will spend the next year as a legislative aide to the state General Assembly.

Anna Ball

The recipient of Notre Dame College’s 2015 St. Catherine of Alexandria Award is a Anna Ball who graduated with a Master of Education in computer technology. She began her professional career as assistant women’s softball coach for two seasons at Notre Dame.

Allison Merten and Mark Principi

Notre Dame College has awarded its 2015 Sr. Mary Agnes Bosche Award and its Sr. Mary LeRoy Finn Award to Allison Merten,, a nursing graduate, and Mark Principi, a graphic design graduate, respectively.

Elizabeth Presley

Notre Dame College recognized nearly 130 students with awards and named its Distinguished Faculty Award and Outstanding Teaching Award winners during the 2015 Honors Convocation.

Gambrell and Shorts

Notre Dame College presented its first Mission Awards to 2015 graduates Laurie Mae Shorts and Doniel Gambrell Jr. The honor recognizes those who have persisted through uncommon circumstances and displayed personal maturity by means their education at the College.

Notre Dame College Students Learn from Refugee, Experts in Immigration Issues

A refugee of civil war and genocide in Sudan—who started fighting there at age 9 and three years later was general to 6,000 boys—shared his story of social justice with Notre Dame College theology students.

M. Logan Johnson, Ph.D., associate professor of biology

Notre Dame College celebrated President’s List and Dean’s List recipients during a recognition ceremony in which 2014 Distinguished Faculty Member M. Logan Johnson, Ph.D., explained how hitting a brick wall, that is failing, can be a good thing.