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Notre Dame College’s New Faculty Philosopher Publishes Prolifically, Internationally

A Notre Dame College faculty scholar in ethics, Continental philosophy and American pragmatism has been selected to present his research at six campus, national and North American professional conferences—and has co-edited a new text by global researchers—so far in 2017. J. Edward Hackett , Ph.D.,...

Notre Dame College Student Networks Science Internship with Global Business Leader

A Notre Dame College student has helped a leading chemical company apply for entrepreneurial funding as part of an internship connection he made through College administrators. Ronald W. Orr III , who is expected to graduate from Notre Dame in 2017, could not share specifics of his career...

Notre Dame College Students Train with IRS, Offer Free Tax Preparation Service

Notre Dame College is one of the few four-year colleges in Northern Ohio to connect students with IRS certification and provide them the experience of preparing income tax returns for actual residents. Accounting majors at the College operate a free service center on campus throughout the tax...

Notre Dame College 2017 Graduation Ceremonies Set for May 6

Notre Dame College will celebrate its graduating classes of 2017 with three separate commencement ceremonies on the first Saturday in May. Bachelor’s degrees will be conferred at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Saturday, May 6, with master’s degrees awarded at 6 p.m., all in Regina Auditorium on the College...

Notre Dame College Faculty Teaching Through Research Selected for President's Lecture

A Notre Dame College faculty member engaging undergraduates with genetic research related to endometrial cancers and Lyme disease has been selected to present the 2017 President’s Lecture . Matthew Logan Johnson , Ph.D., associate professor of biology, will discuss three ways he and his colleagues...

Notre Dame College Art, Non-art Majors Exhibit Creative Works on Campus

Notre Dame College art and non-art majors show their creative sides—from a 6-foot tall life-like sculpture made of machine parts to a red paint-splattered American flag with white hand prints instead of stars—in the 2017 All-Student Art Show. The exhibit, featuring nearly 50 works of original art...

Notre Dame College Wrestlers Win Nationals, Earn Academic Honors

Notre Dame College’s wrestling team won its fourth national title in the last eight years, with three members winning individual championships, a total of seven earning All-American honors and now four have been recognized as Academic All-Americans. Junior Ivan McClay , who won an individual...

Notre Dame College Receives its Largest Gift Recognizing Faculty, Academic Excellence

Notre Dame College has received the largest donation in its 95-year history in support of its academic programs: Funds will endow three distinguished professorships in support of STEM programs. The families and friends of the late Marie Goetz Geier, represented by Richard, Robert and Thomas Geier,...

Notre Dame College Presents Conversations on Sacred Texts, Lenten Scriptures

Notre Dame College continues to educate in peace and understanding with a spring series of community conversations on the Torah, the Gospels and the Qur’an. The College also is hosting a series of women’s reflections on upcoming Gospel readings and a Lenten Evening of Worship. Notre Dame’s...

Notre Dame College Announces Appointment of Bethany Pugh to Board of Trustees

Notre Dame College announces the addition of Bethany Pugh to its Board of Trustees. Pugh joined The PFM Group in 1998 and has advanced in the past thirteen years to currently serve as Managing Director in charge of the firm’s Ohio office. She works with PFM’s state and local government, public...

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