Notre Dame College Conducts Essay Contest with Art Exhibit

In conjunction with its current “KinderToys: The Courageous Children of the Holocaust” art exhibit, Notre Dame College is sponsoring an essay contest and will announce winners during a concluding ceremony for the display from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, December 20, at its library.

Notre Dame Fall Athletics Set Records, Clinch Conference Crowns

In its first fall in the NCAA Division II Mountain East Conference, Notre Dame College has captured two conference crowns and broke a host of program records─and much of the success has been accomplished on new on-campus athletic fields.

Notre Dame, South Euclid to Create Green Space for Students, City

Notre Dame College is teaming up with the City of South Euclid, Ohio, to create a community green over civic concrete─to include space for students’ science research, art creations, garden plots and more.

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

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.

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

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 tablet or smartphone.

Notre Dame College Faculty to Discuss Theology, Government Assistance in 2013 Pr

Ronald "Eric" Matthews Jr. with Jennifer Lanz present "The Role Theological Beliefs Play in Feeding the Poor through Government Assistance Programs" during the 2013 President's Lecture at the College.

Notre Dame College Presents Exhibit of "KinderToys: The Courageous Children of t

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 through December 20.

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

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.

Notre Dame College and International Partners in Mission Team to Present Human T

Notre Dame College and International Partners in Mission are collaborating to present a free panel of international experts in Global to Local: A Forum on Human Trafficking from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the Performing Arts Center at the College.

Notre Dame College Faculty Members Exhibit, Demonstrate Handmade Book Art in Reg

Notre Dame College faculty Rachel Morris and Amy Kesegich will display their art books and travel journals and demonstrate their craft throughout October as part of the Octavofest 2013 celebration of book and paper innovations.