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October 25, 1996
An article yesterday did not note who runs Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville. In 1985, the Dominican Sisters from the Congregation of St. Cecilia in Nashville, Tenn., took over the school. Today, there are seven nuns among the 50-member faculty and staff, headed by Sister Helen Marie.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 10/25/96
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NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 10, 1996
Bernadette Fischer has served as an English, social studies and mathematics teacher at St. Jane Frances School for 29 years. Once a year, Fischer and the 49 educators at the school are served by students and their parents.Wednesday night, as they have annually for a decade, the youngsters and adults prepared an appreciation dinner for the school's faculty and staff."I've been here so long that I've taught some of the parents," Fischer, 59, said with a smile. "It's always nice to see them again."
NEWS
July 26, 1995
A year ago, Yale University came up with an idea. It told its full-time faculty and staff members that if they buy a home in New Haven, Conn., the university will pay them a subsidy of $2,000 a year for 10 years as long as they remain in the house and continue working for Yale.This set a trend. A small but growing number of non-profit institutions has begun similar programs. Some are in New Haven, including the Hospital of St. Raphael, the city's fourth largest employer. Others, like the University of Southern California, are on the West Coast.
NEWS
January 16, 1995
Here is a sampling of services honoring the memory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.:TODAY* 20th annual memorial breakfast sponsored by the YMCA of Greater Baltimore, Martin's West, 6817 Dogwood Road. 7:30 a.m. Information: 837-9622.* Seventh annual memorial breakfast sponsored by the Baltimore Teachers Union and the Federation of Maryland Teachers, Omni Inner Harbor hotel. 9:45 a.m. Information: 358-6600.TOMORROW* Hopkins King Tribute, noon, Turner Auditorium at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
NEWS
By Ivan Penn and Ivan Penn,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1994
Howard Community College has reached or exceeded many of its goals for attracting more women and minorities to the staff and faculty, according to the college's most recent six-month hiring report.Faculty and administration are now turning their attention to the student body, with programs intended to promote greater sensitivity to the importance of racial and gender diversity on campus."We are very proud of the diversity program," said Ronald Roberson, a faculty member and chairman of the college's diversity committee, a 12-member board that includes two students.
FEATURES
By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | September 6, 1993
Change is everywhere. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the workplace of the '90s. Whether in a library, computer lab or department store, this much is clear: Workers today are in transition.That's what we heard from the readers who responded to our request for essays about change in their professions. They groused about newfangled technology and old-fashioned management styles. They praised themselves for working harder and smarter.Rather than get all worked up about change, these essays showworkers are ready to face its challenges.
NEWS
September 13, 1992
Wounds slow to heal at Millersville schoolFrom: Barbara Garner-HudakTeacherMillersville Elementary SchoolAn article by Deidre Nerreau McCabe which appeared in the Arundel Sun on Tuesday, September 1, 1992 ["Millersville set for fresh start after rocky year"] concerning the situation at Millersville Elementary School and the beginning of the school's new year is very naive.According to the article, the faculty and staff have now been given permission from some parents to heal their wounds in light of recent happenings which took place over the summer, and to go on with business as usual.
NEWS
By Staff Report | July 29, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Western Maryland College will hold its annual four-day orientation beginning Thursday, Sept. 3. Each year the college chooses a relevant topic for its new student colloquium, in which freshmen are introduced to the intellectual rigors of college life.This year's colloquium, "When Cultures Meet," will take place Sept. 4 beginning at 1 p.m. 1992 marks the 500th anniversary of the historic first encounter between the cultures of indigenous Americans and Europeans. Through a simulation, a discussion of common readings and a play, students and faculty will address this singular event.
NEWS
By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer Staff writers Glenn Small and Michael James contributed to this article | May 5, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- More than 500 University of Maryland students, faculty and staff joined in a "Walkout for Racism" here yesterday, leaving classes and work to vent frustration about the status of blacks both in Los Angeles and on campus.Elsewhere, about 75 Towson State University students and faculty marched from campus to the County Courthouse on Chesapeake Avenue, a silent vigil was held at the New Community College of Baltimore's Liberty campus, and a College of Notre Dame student protest fizzled at War Memorial Plaza when only two demonstrators showed up.The College Park gathering was organized by the Black Faculty and Staff Association in response to the verdict in the Rodney King police brutality case and to "other racial injustices on campus, locally and nationally," said Roberta Coates, the group's president.
NEWS
By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer Staff writers Glenn Small and Michael James contributed to this article | May 5, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- More than 500 University of Maryland students and faculty and staff members joined in a "Walkout for Racism" here yesterday, leaving classes and work to vent frustration about the status of blacks both in Los Angeles and on campus.Elsewhere, about 75 Towson State University students and faculty members marched from campus to the county courthouse on Chesapeake Avenue, a silent vigil was held at the New Community College of Baltimore's Liberty campus, and a College of Notre Dame student protest fizzled at War Memorial Plaza when only two demonstrators showed up.The College Park gathering was organized by the Black Faculty and Staff Association in response to the verdict in the Rodney King police brutality case and to "other racial injustices on campus, locally and nationally," said Roberta Coates, the group's president.
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