Message from the Dean

    March, 2016

    Dear SEHS Alumni and Friends:

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    This issue demonstrates the great range of learning and research programs within our School. I had the opportunity to attend the Congregation of Catholic Education in Rome in November. This international conference focused on importance of building and sustaining the Catholic identity of our schools and the vital role of Catholic education in the 21st century. Participating in the Congregation led me to reflect on the many ways that our Center for Catholic Education has contributed to Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati since its inception in 1996. The feature story focuses on the Center; we will celebrate the Center’s anniversary on June 24, 2016 – and look forward to our next twenty years of sustaining and supporting Catholic education. Our School has long been committed to Catholic education – and this commitment will continue in years to come. Our second story describes our nationally ranked online learning program. Online learning is a vital medium for graduate education. This feature describes the work of our faculty and staff to continuously improve our online learning program. SEHS faculty members are featured in stories about the STEM curriculum that was developed in the Bombeck Family Learning Center, the sales and fundraising class in the Sport Management program, and Special Education research. We also think you will have great interest in the features regarding the pursuits of our students as Fulbright Scholars and as a participants in the DC Flyers program. We also share information about a new faculty member in Teacher Educationn and SEHS alumni and staff news. I hope you enjoy the spring issue of this newsletter. Come visit us the next time you are close to campus. 


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    Kevin R. Kelly, Ph.D.

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