Spring/Summer 2014

Notre Dame Today – Digital Edition

Notre Dame Today it is now also available as a digital magazine! The electronic version of Notre Dame Today (above) is convenient and user-friendly. Simply use your keyboard and your mouse to turn the pages and zoom in and out of articles. The best part is that you can easily share Notre Dame Today...

From The President

Dear Friends of Notre Dame College, As I prepare to embark on my next “voyage of discovery,” one that I suspect will be quite a change from our College's recent journey, I am given to pause and reflect on the past 11 years. Eleven years ago, a question I heard very often was, “Why are you here; why...

Commencement of a College President: The Next Beginning

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Notre Dame Discovered: A Tribute to President Andrew P. Roth

Andrew P. Roth, Ph.D., is retiring as president of Notre Dame College effective June 30, 2014. Dr. Roth, the 13th president in the College’s 91-year history, has served since July 2003. “I returned to Ohio just over a decade ago to assume the leadership of a beautiful, suburban, values-based...

Lucky No. 13

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A Distinguished Career: Andrew P. Roth Before and After Notre Dame College

A native of Canton, Ohio, Andrew P. Roth, Ph.D., has committed his life to higher education and the last decade to Notre Dame College as president. He previously served as an administrator and tenured faculty member at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. His long and accomplished career has...

Litany of Leadership: The Transformative Presidents of Notre Dame College

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The Voyage: A Visual & Virtual Transformation

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Tower Tributes: President Andrew P. Roth

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Science and Spirit: How Meaghan Wierzbic Found Her Way to Notre Dame

Guided by her passion for science and the spirit of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Notre Dame College student Meaghan Wierzbic has studied and worked her way through several setbacks—and found faith in the nature of her emerging education and career. Wierzbic first faced the unknown in her scholarly...

The Big Picture: Title Team

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Grant Provides Biology Students Service Learning

Utilizing a $30,000 grant from the Cleveland Foundation’s Fenn Educational Fund, Notre Dame College has created collaborative learning environments to better educate and prepare its ecology and environmental science students—and serve the community in the process. The grant program, “Stewardship...

College Offers Masters of Science in Nursing

Notre Dame College has launched an online Masters of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) program, with the first cohort of students starting classes this fall. The new M.S.N. graduate degree is a 36 credit-hour program designed for new and practicing B.S.N. nurses who are looking to advance their careers...

Notre Dame Launches Finance Major

The business division of Notre Dame College will introduce a new major in finance beginning in the fall 2014 semester. This new major will prepare students for careers in financial management, banking, government, real estate, and financial planning and analysis. And it enables Notre Dame to better...

Distinguished Faculty Member Shares Insights on Success, Character

Notre Dame College Assistant Professor of Education and Reading Specialist Kathleen Oliverio, Ed.D. , knows success. The winner of the 2013 Distinguished Faculty Award also knows that success is measured in many ways: by wealth, power and hard work, among others. Oliverio shared famous opinions on...

College Adds Two New Trustees

Notre Dame College has added two new members to its Board of Trustees, Sr. Mary Lisa Novak, SND , and Thomas P. Chambers . Novak is currently the mission effectiveness coordinator for the Sisters of Notre Dame in Chardon, Ohio. Chambers is the senior vice president of finance for Apache Corp. in...
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