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Faculty focus: Todd A. Matteson

A proud member of the Department of Art, Todd openly shares how happy he is to be a part of the team. "Our department is so diverse in the arts and the real-life experience we bring to the classroom really shows," he says.

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New professor invigorates Environmental Science program

Since joining the Lourdes Community last fall, Dr. Minesky has truly invigorated the Environmental Science program. He credits a river's rebirth as one thing that inspires his passion.

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Delegation visit to Tanzania promotes education for African women

Dean of Students & Retention, Kim Grieve, PhD, traveled to Tanzania this past summer as part of the U.S. Visual Arts Initiative.

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Defining leadership in the 21st century

Patricia O'Connell, PhD, Associate Professor of Business and Leadership, has devoted the past two years to developing a universal leader development model. This quest has taken her from the USA, to Italy, France and Hungary.

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Lourdes professor shapes study-abroad experiences

Art Department Chair Erin Palmer Szavuly recently joined her peers in the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence, Italy, for the Studio Arts Centers International (SACI) consortium conference. The group exchanged ideas and concerns related to art education and foreign study.

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Passion for education drives partnerships, service

Robin Kratzer is an educator who practices what she advocates. During the 2011-2012 academic year, she helped Lourdes students and area educators achieve their professional best while serving as the Director of School and Educational Partnerships.

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Enhancing student learning experiences with Culturally Responsive Teaching

Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) is defined by the National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems as a student-centered approach to learning within the cultural contexts of the learner. CRT is founded on the premise that the cultural practices of learners affect cognition and emotional processes.

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Making a positive impact on society

Learn more about Jacob Lawrence's works, his life and accomplishments, as well a professor's involvement with Ohio's oldest museum, Firelands Museum.

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