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Esports: Expanding the Gray Wolves collegiate footprint

Technology has changed how individuals live, work, relax, learn and stay active. College and universities have embraced smart technology and incorporated it into their classrooms, course delivery methods and academic programs. The higher education playing field continues to evolve with Esports debuting on college athletic programs across the nation. Robert Morris University in Chicago was … Continued

When the Gray Wolves come marching in

Let the drum roll begin, the trumpet sound and the cymbals clash – a history making musical event is coming. The inaugural Gray Wolves Pep Band debuts in fall 2017! Leading the school spirit is bandleader Justin T. Kelley, a well-known music director in the northwest Ohio region. A former member of the Brass Staff … Continued

Inspiring young learners

In February 2-17, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts traveled to Sylvania for fun campus visits. More than 50 Girl Scouts of Western Ohio took part in the “Dream Careers” program offered by the Career Services office. Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors participated in hands-on activities designed to educate them about various professions. Lourdes faculty and … Continued

Professional development at the forefront

The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) urges institutions of higher education, school districts and schools to consider adult learning theories and career stages as they plan Professional Development. ODE recommends it is better to provide opportunities for educators to review, discuss and explore solutions rather than to demand or provide a set group of rules or … Continued

Defying the Odds: Alumna Tiffany Paris

A talented individual and successful professional, Tiffany Lenae Paris, ‘10 has achieved her goals while overcoming obstacles. Diagnosed at age five with an auditory processing disorder, her mother was informed by a school administrator that Tiffany would most likely not graduate high school. “That didn’t stop my mom,” Tiffany says proudly. “She enrolled me in in … Continued

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