Graduate School News

Graduate Student Workshops

Graduate student workshops are designed to provide basic tips and information for technology use, writing style, and other topics pertinent to study at the graduate level. Knowing these basics can help students save time and frustration - particularly if they are not computer savvy or have been out of school for a while. Workshops are free of charge and open to all Lourdes University Graduate Students. Advance registration is encouraged due to limited seating. Follow the links below to learn more and register online, or call the Academic Support Center at 419-824-3748

Graduate Student Scholarship

The Theological Studies Department is proud to note the ongoing scholarship of our Graduates:

Paper Presentations

Vatican II Reconsidered” May 3-5, 2012  at Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio

  • Post Vatican II Theology 
    Paul Mueller (Lourdes University)
    “Dei Verbum and its Effects on Biblical Interpretation and the Doctrine of Revelation Since Vatican II”
  • Theological Influences on Vatican II
    Robert Russo (Lourdes University)
    “The Contributions of Henri de Lubac to Lumen gentium: Five Multilayered Ecclesial Relationships Seen as Senses and Sensitivities of the Universal Church”


Robert Russo has published 26 book reviews for and 12 for Catholic Library World (some of these will come out in September, and the rest for the December issue). He has also been published in U.S. Catholic and Sojourners magazines.

Lourdes Graduate School in the media

Scholarship Winners Announced 

Patrice McClellan, Ed.D.: Chronicling The Leadership Styles of Famous Black Women

Lourdes helps local man get into cruise business

East Toledo Family Center expanded to serve generations 

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