Fall/Winter 2014

Notre Dame Today – Digital Edition

The newest issue of Notre Dame Today, the College's magazine, celebrates President Thomas G. Kruczek, Regina Hall and all members of the extended Notre Dame College family. Notre Dame Today is also available as a digital magazine. E-mail the digital edition, share it on Facebook and Twitter or...

From the President

Dear Friends of Notre Dame College, It’s only been four months since I arrived here, and it already feels like home. My family and I are settling in and enjoying the campus, the Notre Dame family, the wonderful community, the great restaurants, the warm welcome from all we encounter…simply put,...

The Inauguration of Thomas G. Kruczek

In his inauguration address, Notre Dame College President Thomas G. Kruczek expressed his thanks, pledged his service and shared stories of students. He also committed to continuing the College’s liberal arts and Catholic traditions, while adapting its educational model to include additional links...

Tower Tributes: President Thomas G. Kruczek

Colleagues shared congratulations—and a few words of wisdom—with President Kruczek on his inauguration as the 14th president of Notre Dame College and on his selection as a member of the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2015. Click on the photo to view Tower Tributes

In Recognition of Regina Hall

Notre Dame College honored the donors and workers who helped make its $3 million Regina Hall renovation project a reality with a ribbon cutting ceremony, blessing and dedication of the newly remodeled spaces. Click on the photo to view In Recognition of Regina Hall

For Self, Family, Profession

Adult Student Finds More through Notre Dame's Online Nursing Program Jacqueline "Jackie" Denson ’10 earned her B.S.N. from Notre Dame College to advance her earning potential. Now she is pursuing an M.S.N. at the College so she can advance her profession. But she is not just striving to become a...

The Big Picture: Ladies’ Firsts

The Notre Dame College women’s golf and soccer teams each won a Mountain East Conference championship, while the women’s rugby team won the American Collegiate Rugby Association national championship. The golf team also won the conference tournament title, and the soccer team won a bid to the NCAA...

Lifelong Teaching and Learning

Alumnus Creates Innovative Career with Education and Entertainment Technology John Balash ’05 has spent most of his life on one side of the desk or the other. Balash started at Notre Dame College in 2001—the first year the College became co-ed and enrolled men— and graduated with duel degrees in...

There’s No Place Like Home

For Notre Dame College alumni and students, there was no place like the College campus for this year’s Homecoming and Alumni Reunion Weekend celebration. Click on the photo to view There’s No Place Like Home

Student Invents App to Aid Alzheimer’s Patients

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,...

Honors Scholar Program Sets New Standard

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...

Faculty, Advisor Create Tactile Math Course for Blind Student

A Notre Dame College mathematics faculty member and an instructional advisor have teamed up to teach a visually impaired student math via tangible tools. Because math symbols and geometric diagrams cannot be translated into basic braille, Notre Dame student Kimberly Krozser ’16 , who is blind, was...

College Lauded 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...

Students, Staff Experience Guatemala

A group of students, faculty and staff from Notre Dame College recently learned lessons in global education, economy and health through a campus ministry-led immersion in Guatemala. Along with Ted Steiner , director of campus ministry at the College, six students made the trip. Three faculty also...

Notre Dame Receives $500,000 Pledge

Notre Dame College has received a $500,000 donation to use according to its own priorities. Part of this gift will go toward completion of the $3 million Regina Hall renovation project to create new homes for the College’s Division of Nursing and Academic Support Center for Students with Learning...

Nursing Chair Brings 40 Years of Knowledge, Experience to Notre Dame

A nurse and nurse educator for nearly four decades, M. Patrice McCarthy, Ph.D. , is the new chair of the Division of Nursing at Notre Dame College. In the past 20 years, McCarthy has worked with the nursing faculty of seven different colleges, including Case Western Reserve University, the...

Lecturer Encourages Students, Community to Build Bridges, Support Interfaith Cooperation

Inspired and influenced by his Muslim faith, his Indian heritage and his American citizenship, Eboo Patel believes that religion can act as a bridge of cooperation rather than a barrier of division. Patel encouraged an audience of nearly 400 students, faculty, staff and community members to build...

Class Notes, Jubilee Celebrations and In Memoriam

Notre Dame College alumni and Sisters of Notre Dame share milestones and accomplishments from their lives, while the College offers condolences to relatives and friends of the recently deceased in the extended Notre Dame family. Click on photo to enlarge Class Notes, Jubilee Celebrations and In...

Financial Report 2013-2014

Key points from Notre Dame College's operating budget for the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2014, include an enrollment summary and employment data. Click on photo to enlarge Financial Report

New Gaming Design Program Offered

Notre Dame College has added a game design concentration to its graphic design major for the 2014- 2015 school year. The game design concentration is the first of its kind in the region at an undergraduate level and provides the fundamentals of computer gaming and educational concepts related to...

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