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Notre Dame College Student Invents App to Aid Alzheimer’s Patients, Wins Startup Grant

A Notre Dame College student’s new invention could offer support to caregivers of an aging population facing Alzheimer’s disease. Ian Dawson ’15, a marketing major at Notre Dame, has envisioned a new application for an existing technology to create a monitoring system for patients of Alzheimer’s,...

Notre Dame College Receives Accreditation for Dyslexia Teacher Preparation

Notre Dame College has been recognized by an international organization for its curriculum to prepare educators to teach reading to students who are dyslexic. The College was one of eight postsecondary schools in a 2014 cohort accredited by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). Notre Dame...

Notre Dame College Creates New Standard in Honors Scholar Study

Notre Dame College’s innovative honors scholars program combines the traditional undergraduate intellectual community experience with an emphasis on one-on-one self-directed, enhanced study with faculty. This fall, 15 students—one of the largest cohorts in the initiative started five years ago—have...

Women's Soccer Celebrates Season of Firsts

The 2014 season was a historic one for the Notre Dame College women's soccer team, as they won their first Mountain East Conference (MEC) championship and earned a NCAA Tournament berth for the first time in program history. The team finished 14-3-2 for the year. While the season is over, the...

Notre Dame College Exhibit Tells the Visual Story of Human Trafficking

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library hosts “Human Trafficking: Photographic and Poetic Reflection,” an exhibit that tells the visual story of human trafficking by Cleveland-area photographers Don Iannone and Carla Lovejoy. An opening reception will take place from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov...

Notre Dame College Exhibit Tells the Visual Story of Human Trafficking

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “Human Trafficking: Photographic and Poetic Reflection,” an exhibit that tells the visual story of human trafficking by Cleveland-area photographers Don Iannone and Carla Lovejoy. An opening reception will take place from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday,...

Notre Dame Students in National Accounting Contest Semifinals; College, Public Can Vote Online

A team of four Notre Dame College Division of Business students reached the semifinals of a national accounting contest. The College contingent, advised by Natalie Strouse, MBA, associate professor of accounting, was one of 15—out of 135 teams from across the country and Puerto Rico and other...

Notre Dame College to Host Annual Christmas Celebration

Notre Dame College will host its annual holiday celebration—a campus lighting and Christmas concert—Friday, December 5. The lighting of the 20-foot College Christmas tree will be on the front lawn of Regina Hall beginning at 6 p.m., followed by festive beverages and light hors d’oeuvres. The...

Notre Dame College Nursing Hosts Fifth Annual Patient Safety Conference

WHO: Notre Dame College Division of Nursing presents John W. Collins, M.S., BSN, BBA, an expert on dealing with the complexities of caring for people from diverse cultural backgrounds WHAT: Fifth Annual Patient Safety Conference WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 18, from 4-6:30 p.m. WHERE : Notre Dame College,...

Notre Dame College’s Moot Court Team Practices With Community Experts, Competes in Regionals

Notre Dame College’s moot court team tried its case before a panel of area legal experts, community government officials and College trustees in preparation for upcoming competitions. Ten students from the team took part in the mini-practice contests on campus. The Notre Dame contingent, in only...

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