Staff spotlight: Kristian Schmidt and building relationships

"The best part of working in the field of international education is the relationships you build," offers Area Coordinator Kristian Fanene Schmidt. A Fulbright New Zealand General Graduate Award recipient, Kristian spent the past academic year comparing university support services targeted at Black and Latino students in the United States with that of Pacific and Mayori students in New Zealand.

Collaborative project helps Lucas County Children Services

How can an art course benefit a social work major? At Lourdes, "It can change a student's life or even improve our world." These words spoken by social work senior Louis Wilson encapsulates the community-minded spirit of Lourdes students and the benefit of a liberal arts education.

Pre-Art Therapy students and alumni put creativity to good use

Students and alumni at Lourdes University are using the creative process of making art to improve and enhance the physical and emotional well-being of others. Since its inception in 2002, Lourdes' Pre-Art Therapy program has helped the Department of Art double its enrollment and has also given students a new career option as they prepare for graduate programs in art therapy or art therapy and counseling.

Collaborative project helps Lucas County Children Services

How can an art course benefit a social work major? At Lourdes, "It can change a student's life or even improve our world." These words spoken by social work senior Louis Wilson encapsulates the community-minded spirit of Lourdes students and the benefit of a liberal arts education.

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Summer 2013 Campus News Briefs – Community Service

Community Service news stories from Lourdes University.

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Summer 2013 Campus News Briefs – Academics

Academic news stories from Lourdes University.

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Summer 2013 Campus News Briefs – Student Life

Student Life news stories from Lourdes University.

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Pre-Art Therapy students and alumni put creativity to good use

Students and alumni at Lourdes University are using the creative process of making art to improve and enhance the physical and emotional well-being of others. Since its inception in 2002, Lourdes' Pre-Art Therapy program has helped the Department of Art double its enrollment and has also given students a new career option as they prepare for graduate programs in art therapy or art therapy and counseling.

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Summer 2013 President's Letter

Summer 2013 President's Letter from Dr. David Livingston

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