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Notre Dame College Contingent Spends Spring Break 'Studying' Abroad in Sicily, Rome

Notre Dame College's Sr. Eileen Quinlan and alumna Nichole Vencl—along with nearly 15 others from the College community—are abroad for Spring Break 2016. Quinlan, SND, Ph.D., professor of English and communication who also is an alumna, and Vencl, who graduated from the College in spring 2015, are...

Notre Dame College Calls for Recommendations for Annual Faculty Awards

Notre Dame College is accepting nominations until 5 p.m. Monday, March 8, for its annual full-time and part-time faculty awards. The Distinguished Faculty Award recognizes and encourages excellence in scholarship, teaching and community service. Each year Notre Dame honors one of its full-time...

Notre Dame College Students Help Entrepreneurs Prepare for Cleveland Pitch Contest

With the help of Notre Dame College students, Cleveland-area entrepreneurs have honed their business proposals and are set to compete as finalists at the Accelerate 2016: Citizens Make Change civic pitch competition. For the second year, the College hosted a Cleveland Leadership Center-sponsored "...

Notre Dame College Engages ‘Leadership Linebacker’ to Impart Management Principles

A former NFL football player turned scholar and serial entrepreneur—who calls himself the Leadership Linebacker—will coach Notre Dame College students in how placing supervisors and staff on the same playing field is a winning management style. President and CEO of Jason Carthen Enterprises LLC and...

Notre Dame College Expands Orientation for New Students to Welcome Week

Notre Dame College is turning its traditional Welcome Weekend into a more comprehensive Welcome Week. The five-day experience for incoming traditional-aged students will begin on Wednesday, August 24. These new students will arrive on campus for orientation and stay for specific academic, social...

Notre Dame College Follows Best Practice, Changes Credits Required for Some Degrees

Notre Dame College has reduced the number of credit hours needed to earn some bachelor’s degrees, in the wake of national best practices aimed to eliminate excess credits and reduce the time and cost it takes students to graduate. The Faculty Senate of Notre Dame has approved changing the minimum...

Notre Dame College Semester of Service Continues with Peace, Understanding, Diversity

Notre Dame College is launching its first Semester of Service by heightening awareness of inter-race relations with historical, community and interfaith reflections. The College-wide initiative to connect academic and co-curricular activities on—and off—campus throughout the spring 2016 semester...

Notre Dame College’s Interfaith Programs Highlight Individual, Mutual Respect

The Notre Dame College Abrahamic Center is presenting a series of programs this spring that celebrates value of the one as well as the many. The Center’s events once again engage campus and community to promote mutual respect among all peoples and welcome religious, racial and cultural diversity...

Notre Dame College Students Again Preparing Tax Returns for Low-income Residents

Notre Dame College students are offering free tax preparation for low-income Cuyahoga County residents for the eight consecutive year. Students at the College are positively impacting the community by filing federal and state income tax forms for those who cannot afford account services or software...

Notre Dame College, FESPYs Named Finalist for NCAA Award of Excellence

For the second consecutive year, Notre Dame College has been named a finalist for the NCAA Division II Award of Excellence. The College has been recognized, for the second consecutive year, in the Award of Excellence competition for its FESPY, Falcon Excellence in Sport Yearly, Awards show. This...

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