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Notre Dame College’s Eighth Annual Books that Change the World Seminar to Explore “A Life Well Lived”

Notre Dame College is proud to present its eighth annual “Books that Change the World” seminar series for the 2015-2016 academic year. This year the series will explore A Life Well Lived. Working with esteemed College faculty , participants will seek insight into the moral, social and cultural...

Notre Dame College to Present 2015 Fidelia Award to US Magistrate Judge

Notre Dame College will recognize Kathleen B. Burke, United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of Ohio, for her leadership in professional and community activities and unselfish service to the College with the 2015 Fidelia Award, one of the highest honors Notre Dame bestows. Kathleen...

Notre Dame College, Renee Jones Empowerment Center Host 2015 Northeast Ohio Human Trafficking Symposium

Notre Dame College and the Renee Jones Empowerment Center will host the 2015 NEO Human Trafficking Symposium that addresses human trafficking, the worldwide crime against humanity and growing form of 21 st Century human slavery, in its many forms and manifestations. The symposium will provide a...

Notre Dame College Student-athletes Honored for Academic Accomplishments

Two Notre Dame College students, one a women’s basketball player and one a football player—both biology majors—have been recognized among the best student-athletes in the NCAA Division II. Lauren Langenderfer Lauren Langenderfer, a rising senior who plays guard, and Mitchell Shegos, a junior wide...

Notre Dame College to Present Inaugural Corporate Citizen Award to Margaret Wong

Notre Dame College will present its inaugural Corporate Citizen Award to Margaret Wong, Esq., civic leader, entrepreneur and internationally acclaimed immigration lawyer, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, October 1, at a luncheon in her honor at the Silver Grille located at The Ritz-Carlton,...

Notre Dame College to Give Away Scholarship at The Fest

Notre Dame College once again will award a $40,000 scholarship during The FEST 2015, a free family Christian festival. The College’s fourth annual FEST scholarship is worth $10,000 a year, renewable for up to four years. The award is valid for a full-time undergraduate who is granted admission and...

Notre Dame College Summer Camp Turns Computer Game Players to Designers

Children ages 8-18 can move from playing computer games to creating them in Notre Dame College's first campus summer camp—in collaboration with the Cleveland Art Design Program—that focuses on expanding youths' imaginations and developing their creative sides. Falcon Coder Camp is a two-week...

Notre Dame College Academic Support Center Receives $50,000 Gift

Notre Dame College has received a $50,000 gift for its Academic Support Center for Students with Learning Differences (ASC). The donor, who asked to remain anonymous, said in a written statement included with the donation: “I am very impressed with the work you are doing at the Academic Support...

Notre Dame College Calls for Artists for Inaugural Community Day Festival

Notre Dame College is calling for artists and crafters to show and sell their works at the College's first campus Community Day. The Community Day festival is from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, September 26, on the Administration Building lawn. In addition to the art and craft show, the event will...

Notre Dame College Embarks on Second Immersion in Guatemala

Notre Dame College further developed its relationship with San Juan la Laguna in Guatemala when, for the second year in a row, members of the campus community immersed themselves in the culture of the Mayan village on Lake Atitlán. Ten faculty, staff and students shared in the lives and livelihoods...

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