One alumna who possesses all these traits and more is Cheri Budzynski, Attorney at Law and Associate in the environmental practice group for Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP. As she proudly notes, "What is perfect about my job is that I get to combine my love of science with law."
Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) is defined by the National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems as a student-centered approach to learning within the cultural contexts of the learner. CRT is founded on the premise that the cultural practices of learners affect cognition and emotional processes.
Elizabeth Spencer Ruppert and Robert Maxwell exemplify Lourdes University's commitment to service. As community volunteers, advisors and professionals, both have devoted their lives to being of service to others.
Patricia O'Connell, PhD, Associate Professor of Business and Leadership, has devoted the past two years to developing a universal leader development model. This quest has taken her from the USA, to Italy, France and Hungary.
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"Everyone has different definitions of success – how much money you have, how popular you are, how beautiful you can make yourself look. I have learned the most simplest of desires and goals, the things people often overlook, are the most rewarding."
Robin Kratzer is an educator who practices what she advocates. During the 2011-2012 academic year, she helped Lourdes students and area educators achieve their professional best while serving as the Director of School and Educational Partnerships.
Campus news briefs Summer 2012
Photos of 2012 graduates
Summer 2012 President's Letter from Dr. Janet Robinson