During his inauguration, Lourdes University's 9th president David Livingston, PhD, emphasized student success.
Led by Social Work Chair Terry Keller and History Chair Mary Robinson, PhD, 15 Lourdes students spent 3 weeks last summer living and learning alongside residents in Tullycross, Ireland.
Having been inspired to work overseas through her exposure to international students during a graduate assistantship, Amanda finds great enjoyment as a neitibu no sensei (native teacher) of the English language.
After passing over a soccer scholarship with the University of Findlay in order to attend Lourdes University, it was clearly fate that would have Jonah Koenigseker ('11 BA, Sociology) living and working in the Brazilian city set to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
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Ali Mass, a senior in nursing and varsity member of the women's volleyball team, is the first Gray Wolves' four-year letterwinner in the sport. Mass was a member of Lourdes inaugural team in 2010 and has seen the program grow throughout her career.
During the upcoming accelerated January session, 10 nursing students and 2 Lourdes professors will travel to a small sovereign enclave in Africa to engage in a transcultural nursing experience.
Business and leadership alumnus Kevin Bargar ('08 MOL, Leadership) has climbed a road to success throughout his professional career – working first for the Dana Corporation for over 33 years, to recently making a move working for PACCAR in Bayswater, Australia.
Slideshow of photos from Lourdes' staffer Cyndy Fisher's international travels.
Tiffany Miller and Pam Perkins, two students enrolled in the MSN Nurse Anesthesia Program (NAP), are traveling in February as part of a medical mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
During the 2014 spring semester, early childhood education licensure student Heather Abrighach will travel to Porto Alegre, Brazil to complete a portion of her student teaching experience at the Pan American School (PAS).