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- William Dunifon
Liberal Arts celebrates 125 years
Revised Communication Studies program
- George Pickering
- Norman McKendrick, S.J.
Faculty Spotlight: Sheketa McKisick
Experience Plus offers parochial
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UDM summer theatre program in Greece
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Summer 2002 Issue
University of Detroit Mercy College of Liberal Arts & Education
to The Highlighter & Laureate a periodic web-based newsletter from
the University of Detroit Mercy College of Liberal Arts & Education. This
"publication" is one example of our technology-enhanced efforts to communicate
with alumni in the ways that will serve you best. This new online communication
will keep you informed about activities in the College, as well as what
some of your fellow alumni are up to.
The features in this issue focus on
program developments, faculty and changes in the College.
Feature: "On May 11, 2002," writes Dean
John Staudenmaier, S.J., "our College lost one of its best. George Pickering's
wife Betty found George that morning after he had died in his sleep. As
most of you know, George had decided that this [past] semester would be
his last in the classroom. Ed DeWindt told me the day George died that George
had intended, since he would no longer be teaching, to finish one book and
begin another. He and Betty had planned to settle in at their home on the
Cape." Read more . . .
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