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Notre Dame College 2015 Abrahamic Center Distinguished Lecturer is Proponent of Interfaith Understanding, Respect

Notre Dame College's Abrahamic Center will present Rabbi Brad Hirschfield as its 2015 distinguished lecturer. His presentation, “You Don’t Have to Be Wrong for Me to be Right,” will be held in the College’s Regina Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 12. It is free and open to the public...

Notre Dame College Accepts Alternative Credit through National Consortium

As one of the founding institutions in the American Council on Education (ACE) Alternative Credit Project, Notre Dame College has agreed to accept up to 32 credits from a collection of online courses now available through the national consortium. Notre Dame is one of only two colleges in Ohio to...

Notre Dame College Performing Arts presents “The Civil War, The Musical”

Commemorating the legacy of Abraham Lincoln, whose assassination was 150 years ago, Notre Dame College Performing Arts is presenting the new musical, The Civil War , November 6-8 in Regina Auditorium on the College campus. With rousing music by Jekyll and Hyde composer Frank Wildhorn, historic...

Notre Dame College Nursing Discusses Nursing Ethics, End of Life Care

The Notre Dame College Division of Nursing presents "Delivering Truly Patient and Family Centered Care—The Case for Primary Palliative Care: Nursing Ethics and End of Life Care" its Sixth Annual Quality and Safety Education for Nurses Conference featuring Jennifer Burgher Seaman, award-winning...

Notre Dame College Re-envisions Student Group for Scholars of Color

Notre Dame College is advancing its multicultural campus experience with a first Scholars of Color program. Traditionally named “Black Scholars,” Scholars of Color has relaunched this semester at the College to give undergraduates and graduate students, as well as faculty and staff, of all...

Notre Dame College Showcases Festival Exhibit, Student Art in Campus Galleries

Notre Dame College is joining the renowned Cleveland Museum of Art as a site of an exhibit for a citywide celebration of books as art. The College’s Art Department also is unveiling student art in the new Falcon Nest Gallery in the recently opened Notre Dame campus student center. The 8th annual...

Homecoming, Alumni Reunion Feature Fine Arts, School Spirit Among Celebrations

Notre Dame College alumni are coming back to campus, and they and current students will be backing their fellow Falcons during a homecoming weekend October 2-4 with a wide array of attractions. From Fine Arts Friday to School Spirit Saturday and Celebration Sunday, events for the College’s...

Notre Dame College Presents Free Concert Celebrating African American, International Composers

Notre Dame College's Performing Arts Programs, in collaboration with the College's Scholars of Color student group, is sponsoring a free concert featuring multicultural vocal and piano music. Tenor Alexis Piñero accompanied by pianist Sung-Soo Cho will perform msic by Cleveland-native H. Leslie...

Eastern Churches Seminar Explores “Mary: Praised in Song of East and West”

Notre Dame College’s Department of Theology will present the 31 st annual Eleanor Malburg Eastern Churches Seminar, titled “Mary: Praised in Song of East and West,” on Oct. 16 and 17. This year’s Eastern Churches Seminar seeks to deepen participants’ understanding and appreciation of the unique...

Notre Dame College, Public Tutoring Initiative Team to Offer Free ACT Test Preparation Service to Cleveland High School Students

Notre Dame College is collaborating with The Public Tutoring Initiative (PTI) to provide access to free online ACT ® test tutoring for students in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Cleveland charter high schools. The new program will enable an estimated 10,000 high school sophomores,...

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