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Nearly 270 students appear on Fontbonne University’s spring 2018 dean’s list. The following full-time undergraduate students earned a grade-point average of 3.7 or higher upon completion of the 2018 spring semester. Agusti, Leslie Marie Ahearn, Colleen Sean Algya, Maggie R. Amelotti, Meredith Anne Anderson, Leyla Andes, Emily Shea Andrzejewski, Hannah Marie Arens, Josephine Marie Armbrust,...
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Karina Arango had to embrace her own story before she could help students like her do the same. by Elizabeth Hise Brennan | Fontbonne Magazine, Spring 2018 More than 7,500 immigrants and refugees from 80 different countries annually receive services from the International Institute St. Louis, a welcoming center for new Americans. Of the immigrants...
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Adelaide Lancaster will address approximately 400 undergraduate and graduate students during Fontbonne University’s spring commencement on Monday, May 7, 2018, at 4 p.m., at Chaifez Arena. Lancaster, a Philadelphia native, is the co-founder and director of community and collaboration for We Stories, a project that uses the power of children’s literature to help families talk...
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The Fontbonne University department of fine arts will host “Now and Then,” a concert to highlight and celebrate music on campus. “Now and Then” will feature performances by Fontbonne’s new jazz ensemble and choir. There will be guest performances from alumni and faculty, including Fontbonne President Dr. J. Michael Pressimone. The concert will take place...
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Fontbonne University’s Center Against Human Trafficking and Exploitation will host a screening of “I Am Jane Doe,” a documentary that explores modern day sex trafficking and a group of mothers battling against it. The screening will take place Friday, March 16, at 9 a.m. in the Lewis Room of the Jack C. Taylor Library at...
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The College of Education and Allied Health Professions at Fontbonne University has announced a new doctoral program intended to advance educational instruction in an increasingly diverse and technologically innovative society. The Ed.D in Collaborative High Impact Instruction, a 51-hour program to be completed in 2.5 to 3 years, is designed to support teachers interested in...
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Nearly 300 students appear on Fontbonne University’s fall 2017 dean’s list. “At Fontbonne, we value quality in all that we do, and we are proud to recognize the academic achievements of those students whose work has been acknowledged as high quality by our faculty,” said Dr. Carey Adams, vice president for academic affairs. The following...
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This fall, in partnership with the Incarnate Word Foundation, Fontbonne University launched a five-day program for social service professionals involved in the identification, prevention and treatment of human/sex trafficking victims and survivors. Registration for the next session, scheduled to take place throughout March, is now open. Thanks to funding from the Incarnate Word Foundation, the...
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By Elizabeth Brennan | Tableaux, Summer/Fall 2017 For years, 54-year-old Randy Miller worked in IT and sales at St. Louis-based Graybar. He traveled and spoke in front of audiences and clients all over the country. But after a stroke in 2014, he found himself nearly speechless. Initially, he could only speak about 10 random words....
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Dr. Susan Lenihan, professor and director of deaf education at Fontbonne University, has edited a new e-book, featuring the writing of top academics and practitioners in the field of deaf education. “Preparing to Teach, Committing to Learn: An Introduction to Educating Children Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing” was a passion project Lenihan completed during a...
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