She specializes in the field of computer forensics. Her expertise lends itself well to forensically examining computers, cell phones and electronic devices for other local police departments and the federal government. In the latter case, she was chosen as one of the inaugural members of the FBI's Violent Crimes Against Children Task Force.
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A talented individual, Stevie has dealt with great trauma and didn't just survive but triumphed. When recuperating in the hospital from an automobile accident, her caregivers, friends and family members referred to her as "Super Stevie" for her resilience and positive attitude.
Luke says it was an honor to assist Lourdes with the Gray Wolf logo design. "It helped establish a communal sense of identity for students, faculty and staff. My comic books and gallery work are intended to be conversation starters, and to me, an open dialog is always a positive thing."
In 2012, Nursing student Sarah Berendt established the Lourdes University chapter of Active Minds, a non-profit association dedicated to being the voice of young adult mental health advocacy nationwide.
In her management role in the emergency center, Kelly leads a strong team in providing healthcare to 85-90 patients per day with all types of ailments in an efficient and effective manner. Other job duties include scheduling, running drills, drafting educational policies and writing and securing Ohio Department of Health grants.
Having experienced Lourdes as a student and an employee, Laurie is grateful to the learned faculty and staff. "I have grown to love this community; it has become a part of my heart. My dedication comes from St. Francis. He is truly a role model for my life and through his works I strive to live."
"I became fascinated with the story of black physicians and their struggles, triumphs, and everyday lives as medical professionals. Studying them opened my eyes to institutional racism within medicine that affected both physicians and patients."
"My goal in creating Sophia Center was to serve the mental health needs in this region and provide charity care for women and children in need."
When not teaching future Lourdes graduates or maintaining the institution's greenhouse, Robin is helping to manage six park properties and their employees, conservation team, trail patrol and volunteers; providing summer camps and educational programs; and operating a CSA.
"I do my best to help along the realization that there is no one 'right' way to approach a text or only one way to think and write about the world that we inhabit. It is my hope that in this realization my students will gain confidence in their own abilities and innovative critical thinking skills and that they will see the potential they each have to create a new relation to their world."