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Corona Chronicles Contributors

Two Lourdes University members contributed to a new book, The Corona Chronicles: Necessary Narratives in Uncertain Times. Dean of Student Success Alisa Smith, M.Ed., and Associate Professor of Psychology Kristen K. Williams, Ph.D., co-wrote one of the book’s chapters. “In ‘Leaning on Our Values,’ we addressed how Lourdes values were in play as we served our … Continued

Doing The Work

In recent years, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts have been the forefront of many conversations across the country. Companies and organizations have made new and improved efforts to ensure all people feel welcome, seen and heard. Lourdes University is no different. Students, faculty and staff have made strides to continue moving Lourdes forward, and create … Continued

Education & Activism: Ruth Leonard

Ruth Leonard, educator and community activist, is a Lourdes Master of Education graduate. Passionate about mental health and education, she uses her gifts and knowledge to give voice to Black men, women and children throughout the Greater Toledo area. Ms. Leonard moved to the area less than 10 years ago, but has already made a lasting … Continued

Faculty Feature: Kristin Blochowski

Kristin Blochowski is an Assistant Professor in the Criminal Justice department, an attorney licensed in the state of Ohio, a former police officer and Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She shares how she brings diverse experience to the classroom and her community. “Teaching diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) should not be controversial, … Continued

Amanda Vargas and Tania Davis

Over the last five years, diversity, equity and inclusion have been hot topics across many different industries and organizations. Higher education has been no exception. Tania Davis, President of the Black Student Union, and Amanda Vargas, President of the Latinx Student Union here at Lourdes collaborated for an article. In the article, Ms. Davis and … Continued


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