Saints Spotlight - Lynnett Guzzino, part 2

Saints Spotlight – Lynnett Guzzino, part 2

Professor Lynnette Guzzino, Department of Business, takes this opportunity to speak to the benefits of study abroad for students at Thomas More University.

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Saints Spotlight - Richard Hague, part 2

Saints Spotlight – Richard Hague, part 2

Artist-in-residence Richard Hague, who is deeply involved in Creative Writing Vision at Thomas More, speaks about his teaching philosophy and the writing program at the…

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WHY WE GIVE TO TMU - Dr. Raymond H. & Mrs. Maureen Hebert

WHY WE GIVE TO TMU – Dr. Raymond H. & Mrs. Maureen Hebert

The Hebert Family has been so blessed during our years at Thomas More College, now Thomas More University. Since arriving in 1975, this community has embraced our family in so many…

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“Expansion of the Institute for Religious Liberty” Presented by Raymond Hebert, Ph.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project.  Abstract: The Institute for Religious Liberty (IRL) at Thomas More University is beginning the fourth…

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“Building Capacity for Future Grant Opportunities for the Biology Field Station: Measuring the Factors Impacting Student Outcomes from Undergraduate Experiences” Presented by Chris Lorentz, Ph.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project. Abstract: Field Stations provide an ideal venue for active field-based STEM engagement for students of all…

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“Lean Six Sigma at Thomas More University: Prudent Process Efficiencies and Standard Work Processes, Optimize Return on Investment (ROI)” Presented by Jack Rudnick, Ed.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project. The need to cultivate quality improvement in higher education institutions is fueled by increasing demand…

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“Prestigious Scholarships and Post-Graduate Possibilities” Presented by Catherine Sherron, Ph.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project. Abstract: TMU has great students, including those highly talented in academics, but they don’t always…

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“Preparation of a National Cancer Research Grant Application for Collaborative Research with Wood Hudson Cancer Research Laboratory” Presented by Zach Taylor, Ph.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project. Taylor’s innovation grant supports development of a larger research grant applications. Collaboration between Thomas More…

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“Faculty Ambassadorial Initiative (FAI): An Innovative Way to Engage Faculty in the Recruitment of High Achieving Students” Presented by JT Spence, Ph.D., and Amy Thistlethwaite, Ph.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project. The FAI is being proposed as a strategy to increase the number and quality of…

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“Ethical Leadership Podcasting: Engaging Dialogue with the Thomas More Community” Presented by Anthony Schumacher, Ph.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project. Schumacher’s research involves the incorporation of a practitioner interview into an online course. He interviewed…

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“A Statistical Analysis of Kentucky Bourbon and Other Alcoholic Beverages” Presented by Jyoti Saraswat, Ph.D. and “A Chemical Analysis of Kentucky Bourbon” Presented by Bill Wetzel, Ph.D.

Awarded a President’s Faculty Innovation Grant as a faculty-driven research/project. Synopsis: Kentucky produces and ages 95 percent of bourbon sold and consumed in the world,…

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Why Study Theology?

Why Study Theology?

Spring is rolling in and acceptance letters and scholarship offers are going out. As students seek to make their college decisions, it is a good…

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Summer Reading: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Summer Reading: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Guilty pleasures: the things we do in secret that we don’t tell anyone about. Swerving off the highway to appease a Starbuck’s craving, listening to…

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Beverage and a Book - Grüner Veltliner & William H. McNeill’s  Plagues and People

Beverage and a Book – Grüner Veltliner & William H. McNeill’s Plagues and People

My favorite beverage is Irish breakfast tea, perfect for early morning reading on a sun-drenched porch. However, if the point of this column is adult…

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