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Notre Dame Today - Spring 2006

Notre Dame College Launches Support Center for Learning Differences

According to Postsecondary Education for Students With Learning Disabilities, “the number of college freshmen with learning disabilities has increased tenfold since 1976. Only 13 percent of students with learning disabilities (compared to 53 percent in the general population) have attended a four-...

Notre Dame College Presents Internationally Acclaimed Learning Disabilities Speaker Rick Lavoie

Friday, October 13, 2006 8:00 am – 2:30 pm at Notre Dame College Performing Arts Center For More Information Call Gretchen Walsh, Director of the Academic Support Center at 216.373.5185. About Rick Lavoie Rick Lavoie is best known for his engaging PBS video, “How Difficult Can This Be? The F.A.T...

College 360°: Looking at the Big Picture

No man is an island. No college should be, either. During 2005, Notre Dame College and 14 other institutions of higher learning in Northeast Ohio joined area business and civic leaders in a major effort to connect the colleges with their communities for mutual gain. College 360°, a four-year...

First Ever Partnership with City Year

In May 2005, Notre Dame College became the first institution of higher learning to offer City Year graduates a discount in tuition. The agreement offers graduates from any City Year chapter up to a 50 percent reduction in tuition. City Year is a community volunteer force that offers 17-24 year olds...

A Season of Storms

In September of 2005, Hurricane Katrina took its place as one of the most destructive natural disasters in American history, leaving a path of devastation across the Gulf Coast. As the region struggled to recover from Katrina, the American Red Cross marshaled human and material resources to provide...

Notre Dame College Launches Women's Leadership Forum

The first annual Women’s Leadership Forum took place on September 21, 2005 at Notre Dame College. Focusing on women in local government, the forum highlighted the experiences, challenges and goals of three local women mayors: Beryl Rothschild of University Heights, Deborah Sutherland of Bay Village...

Former Ambassador and Middle East Expert Talks About The Middle East: Where Do We Stand?

On November 7, 2005, Wat Cluverius, President and CEO of the Cleveland Council on World Affairs, spoke to the Notre Dame Community about the Middle East. Former Ambassador Cluverius is a specialist on Middle Eastern affairs and has lived, worked, and traveled throughout the region. He served in the...

College Commemorates U.S. Constitution

The Notre Dame College community celebrated the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 2005. The program, headed by David A. Armstrong, Esq., Dean of Admissions, and Dr. Greg Moore, Associate Professor of History, featured presentations on the formation of the U.S...

Notre Dame Adds Two New Sports

Notre Dame College announced its plan to offer two new sports beginning with the 2006-07 academic year, including men’s wrestling and women’s swimming and diving. The two new offerings will give Notre Dame’s athletic program a total of 17 varsity teams, each affiliated with the National Association...

Humility Leads to National Success for Men's Soccer

Great teams are comprised of great players who allow their skill and talent to speak for them. The Notre Dame College men’s soccer team is in this category, allowing their efforts on the field and their silence everywhere else to speak volumes about their success this season. Humility is a familiar...

Women's Basketball on National Quest

If you’ve ever been outside of Cleveland, Ohio and worn an item of clothing that said Notre Dame college, you’ve probably run into someone, somewhere who yells out, “Go Irish!” mistaking our college in South Euclid for the University of Notre Dame in South Bend. Even if the shirt says “Falcons” or...

From the Edge of the Smokestack

The birth of an infant parallels a boxing match. Pigeons perched on a smokestack wrestle with one of life’s great questions. In the tome of Tony Zupancic’s poetry are images and thoughts that sometimes leave readers scratching their heads. For the Associate Professor of English, communication, and...

Sr. Mary St. Martha Celebrates 65 Years

No one who knows Sr. Mary St. Martha Conrad, SND ‘43, will be surprised that before she talked to me about her life and career we had to first have a lunch that included “honeymoon” salad and homemade cookies. Sister had just brought these cookies from her birth sister’s home following a Christmas...

A Piece of the Puzzle

Serving others is like a puzzle. Each sacrificial act is a single piece that interconnects with the service of others to create a collective picture of kindness. The finished product is greater than what one person could do alone. In the summer of 2005, Notre Dame College contributed a piece to...

Library Celebrates Seventh Anniversary of the Eastern Church Resource Center with Icon Exhibit and Lecture

In conjunction with the seventh anniversary celebration of Notre Dame College’s Eastern Church Resource Center, the Clara Fritzsche Library Gallery will host “The Art, History and Theology of Romanian Icons on Glass,” a display of icons from Transylvania. The exhibit is made possible through the...

Gretchen Noetzel Walsh

Gretchen Noetzel Walsh M.S. Ed., is the Director of the Academic Support Center for Students with Learning Differences. An experienced instructor and counselor, she assists students with documented learning disabilities at Notre Dame College. Walsh formerly worked at a local community college,...

Notre Dame's Education Program Receives National Accreditation

There’s good reason to celebrate at Notre Dame College. The Education Division recently achieved accreditation with the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) – considered the most prestigious national accreditation for schools that train teachers. Accreditation under NCATE...

Obituaries

Louise Woodward Lippert Louise Woodward Lippert ‘26 passed away on October 17, 2005. She was 101 years old and the last surviving member of Notre Dame College’s first graduating class. Ms. Lippert began her studies in 1922 at the College’s original location on Ansel Road in Cleveland. During her...

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