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.
Lourdes University offers scholarship opportunities to students based on merit and military status, as well as to students who are underrepresented or disadvantaged. In the midst of the 2013-2014 academic year, we wanted to give a "growl" to some of our Gray Wolf scholarship recipients.
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Renown author addresses new students, Lourdes welcomes visitors from China, friend of the university wins award and more.
The Sylvania Franciscans have an interesting history full of partnerships and collaborations in far-flung locations.
An article that appeared in a Ham radio operator newsletter in June 1980 detailing Sister Ethel Solnick's efforts in Honduras and her success in engaging fellow Ham enthusiasts to help.
Stories about the Sisters of St. Francis and their good works abroad.
Fall 2013 President's Letter from Dr. David Livingston