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President's Letter: Spring 2015

Lourdes University offers several hallmark events during spring semester that enlighten and engage the entire community. I invite you to review the coming events and join us at one or more of these events. You can choose from academic lectures, the research symposium, student art shows, the awards ceremony, Luminations and Hit the Links student scholarship fundraisers and our most important day each spring – commencement.

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Supporters of a Catholic Education

Patrick and Angele McGrady are strong supporters of education, particularly Catholic education. Both were educated in the Catholic system – Pat in Toledo and Angele in the Bronx, NY. Regardless of their family size (Pat is the oldest of six siblings while Angele is an only child), their parents believed private faith-based education was extremely important and worth the sacrifices and cost.

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President's Letter: Fall 2014

The Lourdes University community is busy as usual educating and preparing our students to be exceptional individuals and successful professionals. We are also taking the necessary steps to solidify our next strategic plan.

As president, I am confident that our vision will lead the institution to new heights while furthering the mission first established by the Sisters of St. Francis. It is fitting that this edition of AtLourdes focuses on leadership among our students, alumni, and administration.

Over summer, Lourdes employees diligently worked on providing our students with these exciting new programs and facilities.

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Excelling in the Classroom

Matthew Roadruck (‘05, BA) is setting the bar high in education in Norfolk, VA. The 2014 Teacher of the Year is respected and appreciated by his peers, administrators, students and most importantly, their parents.

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Blood, Sweat, and Leadership

Each year the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the American Red Cross select a group of student-athletes nationwide to serve as part of an elite leadership program. Lourdes’ social work student Megan Mosiniak was one of only 13 students chosen in 2014.

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Campus News Briefs - Academics

New Scholars Programs highlight academic news from Lourdes University.

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Alumna teaches in the "Land Of The Rising Sun"

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.

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Educating children of the world

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).

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Alumni focus: Committed in life and work

Jenny Mitchell ('07, Teaching Certificate, Early Childhood Education) is a person with infectious energy. This dynamo is a third grade teacher, former triathlete, avid bike racer, yoga instructor, speech therapist, busy wife and mother of three.

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Students in the news

Lourdes students in the news.

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