The Middle States lead team, working with the Steering Committee has developed a draft of the Self-Study Design report. The campus is being asked to review the document and provide feedback based on the content of the report. All feedback is due by March 29. Please remember that our accreditation liaison officer from Middle States […]
Women’s History Month: Connect Empower Act – Celebrating Local Women Join us from 11 to 11:50 a.m. March 26 in Titchener 101 in welcoming Janelle Smith (MA, LCSW-R) as our third and final speaker in the Celebrating Local Women series. Janelle is a licensed clinical social worker with Lourdes. Additionally, she owns and operates River […]
Join Professor I.J. Byrnes and student leaders from Phi Theta Kappa and the Women’s Discussion Group at 10 a.m. April 2 in the LA Conference Room on the second floor of Titchener, Suite 210, for a panel discussion of Roxane Gay’s notable book Hunger on her lived experience with sexual trauma and eating disorders.
With careful strokes of a pencil, Amanda Valentin detailed the emerging face of Faith Spotted Eagle with an accuracy typically reserved for photographs. “I thought she was inspiring as a Native American and as a woman,” Valentin said of her subject, an educator, activist and member of the Yankton Sioux Nation perhaps best known for […]