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Notre Dame College Faculty to Improve Diversity in Children’s Literature on National Stage

A Notre Dame College educator is leading state and national efforts to improve youth literacy by ensuring children see themselves in the books they are learning to read. Sue E. Corbin , Ph.D., assistant professor and accreditation chair for the Division of Professional Education at the College, has...

Notre Dame College Bestows Inaugural Award to Sister of Notre Dame Leading Prison Ministry

Notre Dame College will launch its tribute to the steadfast but self-effacing—saints—who serve the urban communities of Cleveland by honoring a Sister of Notre Dame dedicated to the ministry of those in prison and those affected by their offenses. The College will present its inaugural...

Notre Dame College Brings Community and Garden to Life, to Courses on Campus

Notre Dame College is connecting the sciences to community in and outside of the classroom through public garden spots, composting ops and career seminars. A new community garden, called NDC Grows, came to life at the College this fall when students planted mums and vegetable plants in 10 of the 17...

Notre Dame College Creates Co-Curricular Communities for STEMM, Arts and Leadership

Notre Dame College is taking learning directly to where students are living with two new residential campus groups based on shared educational interests. The STEMM, or science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine, and Arts & Leadership living-learning communities extend access to...

Notre Dame College Names Priest Working with Gang Members as Abrahamic Lecturer

Notre Dame College has named the Jesuit priest who for nearly 25 years has been training and employing former gang members in Los Angeles as its 2016 Abrahamic Center Distinguished Lecturer. The Rev. Gregory J. Boyle, S.J. , founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries, considered the...

CHAMPIONS: Women's soccer wins 2016 MEC Championship

Sunday afternoon at Mueller Field marked Championship Sunday as the top-seeded Notre Dame Falcons hosted the second-seeded Charleston Golden Eagles in the Mountain East Conference Tournament Championship game. After 110 scoreless minutes of action, the Falcons prevailed with a 4-2 advantage in...

Melton leads Falcons to 3-2 win in penalty kicks over West Liberty

Junior forward Maranda Melton scored the game-tying goal against West Liberty and later converted the game-winning penalty kick. The Notre Dame College women's soccer team defeated the visiting West Liberty Hilltoppers in the Mountain East Conference Semifinals on Wednesday afternoon at Mueller...

Womens’ Soccer Begins Tourney Play

The Notre Dame women’s soccer team won the Regular Season Mountain East Conference title, and as a result, will host a first-round matchup in the Mountain East Conference tournament on Wednesday, November 2, against West Liberty on Mueller Field at 3 p.m. Senior forward Alexis Manoa If the Falcons...

Notre Dame College to Personally Recognize Veterans in Comprehensive Campus Ceremony

Notre Dame College will honor its student and faculty military veterans, as well as those in the City of South Euclid and across the U.S., with a campus observance on the federal holiday. Nearly 30 current Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students and some faculty and staff who have served in...

Notre Dame College Partners with South Euclid for Students to Job Shadow Court Careers

Notre Dame College students will experience a second “ Day of Shadowing ” jobs, this time targeting careers in the judicial system through a partnership with the City of South Euclid. A total of about 70 undergraduates will experience two half days in South Euclid Municipal Court, observing careers...

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