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Notre Dame College Breaks Through Children’s Literacy with Mentoring, Tutoring at Area Elementary School

Two Notre Dame College professional education faculty members have determined nearly one-third of the kindergarten through third-grade students in Cleveland area schools are at risk of failing the third-grade state reading exam. That is why Sue E. Corbin, Ph.D., accreditation chair, division of...

Notre Dame College Performing Arts Present Holiday Band, Choir Concerts

The Notre Dame College performing arts programs will present two free holiday concerts that are open to the public. The College choir will give a Candlelight Concert at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, December 6, in Christ the King Chapel, located on the third floor of the Administration Building. The...

Notre Dame College Biology Students Advance Field Through Research Experience with Faculty

Notre Dame College’s Bachelor of Science in Biology continues to secure its designation as a Choose Ohio First STEMM Program of Innovation, with new student research conducted in classes and collaborations with faculty scheduled to be shared on campus this month. The BI482: Coordinating Seminar...

Notre Dame College Launches Writing Lab with Enhanced One-to-one Student Services

Notre Dame College is advancing the one-on-one attention its students receive from faculty experts in grammar and composition with a new campus writing center. The College’s Department of English and Communication in collaboration with the Office of Academic Affairs expects to launch The Writing...

Notre Dame College Social Justice Classes Simulate Funding Decisions for World's Poor

Notre Dame College students simulating an international debt relief agency wrote grant proposals for 10 of the world’s poorest countries and then chose to award pretend millions to only two of them. The two TH450: Social Justice classes of Louise Prochaska, Ph.D., professor of theology and women’s...

Notre Dame Creative Writing Club Sponsors Lecture by Acclaimed Novelist, Names Prose Contest Winners

Notre Dame College’s most recent guest lecturer, an award-winning creative writer, not only shared excerpts from her new book but also shared the spotlight with the student winners of the College’s fall prose writing contest. The three winners will be published in the 2015-2016 edition of The Pivot...

Notre Dame College Creative Writing Club Presents Acclaimed Lecturer, Student Prose Contest Winners

Notre Dame College’s most recent guest lecturer, an award-winning creative writer, not only shared excerpts from her new book but also shared the spotlight with the announcement of the student winners of the College’s fall prose writing contest. These top three selections, unveiled by Marissa...

Notre Dame College Students Experience the Study of Political Science

Students at Notre Dame College have been applying public policy to real world issues in a suite of political science courses this semester. Projects range from a Moot Court class arguing the 5 th and 14 th amendments as they relate to undocumented students—and qualifying for a national competition—...

Notre Dame College Partners with Community to Donate Books to Cleveland Children

As part of a campus-wide literacy project, Notre Dame College has donated approximately 300 books to a Cleveland elementary school considered at academic risk. Sue E. Corbin, Ph.D., accreditation chair, division of professional education, and a leader of the mentoring and tutoring project, is...

Notre Dame College Communication Faculty Member Transforms Conventional Courses

Notre Dame College students in two communication courses are learning firsthand through innovative applications: creating an online campus radio station and advocating classmates take a break from technology. A third evolving communication class preps students in many majors to land paid work...

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