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Notre Dame College-created Memorial to JFK Honored 50 Years Later as Calligraphic Inspiration

As the 50 th anniversary of former President John F. Kennedy‘s assassination approaches on Nov. 22, a former Notre Dame College student has published an article in a national art journal honoring a memorial scroll─ created at the College five decades ago─that commemorates the fallen president...

Notre Dame College Nursing Hosts Patient Safety Conference

WHO: Notre Dame College Division of Nursing Presents Chrissie Blackburn , a recognized advocate for patient and family engagement in healthcare WHAT: Fifth Annual Patient Safety Conference WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013, from 4-6 p.m. WHERE: Notre Dame College, 4545 College Road, South Euclid OH (...

Notre Dame College Moot Court Team Practices with Experts on Campus, Competes in Regionals

After being challenged in a trial run on campus by distinguished Northeast Ohio attorneys, six Notre Dame College students are primed to go up against several universities from across the country in regional moot court competitions. The students, Jessica Cavallero, Tim Eichorn, Taylore Gilson,...

Notre Dame College to Host Christmas Celebration

Notre Dame College will host its annual holiday celebration─a campus lighting and Christmas concert─Friday, December 6. The lighting of the 20-foot College Christmas tree will be on the front lawn of Regina Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m., followed by festive beverages and light hors d’oeuvres. The...

Notre Dame College Introduces Two-day Course on How to Use QR Codes in the Classroom

A new graduate-level class at Notre Dame College will teach educators how to keep their students engaged by using QR codes, the square shaped barcode-like images that connect users to an online destination when scanned by a device such as a tablet or smartphone. Offered for the first time this fall...

Notre Dame College Faculty Discuss Theology, Government Assistance in 2013 President’s Lecture

A Notre Dame College political scientist has discovered some religious congregations don’t take advantage of government assistance because they believe the Bible teaches them to take care of their own. Ronald "Eric" Matthews Jr., Ph.D., assistant professor of history and political science, has...

Notre Dame College Presents Art Display of "KinderToys: The Courageous Children of the Holocaust"

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “KinderToys: The Courageous Children of the Holocaust,”─an exhibition of works that focuses on the toys and drawings of the youngest victims of Nazi persecution─by local artist Boni Suzanne Gelfand. An opening reception for the exhibit, which...

Notre Dame College Presents "Sights That Hurt And Visions That Heal:" A Photographic Exhibit

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library presents "Sights that Hurt and Visions that Heal"─a photographic exhibition by award-winning author, photojournalist, philanthropist and urban activist Jan Thrope─through November 1. Thrope’s photography of Cleveland’s poverty-stricken urban areas from...

Notre Dame College President Andrew P. Roth Announces Retirement

Updated 21 November 2013 Dr. Andrew P. Roth, 67, has announced his retirement as president of Notre Dame College effective June 30, 2014. Roth, the thirteenth president in the College's 91-year history, has served since July, 2003. "I returned to Ohio just over a decade ago to assume the leadership...

Notre Dame College Presents "KinderToys: The Courageous Children of the Holocaust"

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “KinderToys: The Courageous Children of the Holocaust,”─an exhibition of works that focuses on the toys and drawings of the youngest victims of Nazi persecution─by local artist Boni Suzanne Gelfand. An opening reception for the exhibit, which...

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