STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS OF 1 DECEMBER 2013
• Religious Studies major Christina Roe presented “Compassionate Stewardship: A Unique Approach to Healing” in the Mullen Lounge, 14 Nov 13.
• Students of Science, sponsored by the Biology Department, did a “Can you taste the difference?” challenge for the Ursuline College community between tap and bottled water, 13 Nov 13.
• The students in EN 244/344 Asian Literature are working together to improve the Wikipedia page of Japanese novelist Natsuo Kirino: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natsuo_Kirino.
• Students from RS 360 Ecojustice collaborated throughout the semester to create, plan, and implement a day of action on an issue of their choice: “Spin for the Earth: A Day of Action to Support Renewable Energy in Ohio.” They created tiny wind turbines from recycled materials for an installation in front of Pilla, canvassed for people to sign the Power Pledge to support wind energy in Cuyahoga County, and had a hula hoop dance party with singing and drumming to celebrate renewable energy, 21 Nov 13.
• SETA (Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), moderated by George Matejka, sponsored Ursuline’s participation in National Farm Animal Day by meeting with the manager of the Grille to prepare a predominantly vegetarian menu for both lunch and dinner, and by sharing printed information during the meal hours, 7 Nov 13.
STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS OF 1 NOVEMBER 2013
• Students Alyx Cyr and Stephanie Pratt, and 2005 Alumna Robin Smith participated in “RAW: Natural Born Artists,” a one-night show at the Cleveland Agora with 37 other local Cleveland artists, 11 Oct 13.
• Maggie Stark and other student members of the Dorothy Kazel Club held a pot-luck fundraiser to earn funds for a trip to a peace vigil in Atlanta, GA, 24 Oct 13.
• Students in the BA, BFA studio arts Tiffany Gilmore and Miranda Meisel, and BA Art Therapy undergraduate majors Joy Lukacs, Taylor Bruno, also members of the Student Arts Organization, presented and taught a session on the Creative Art Expressions in Clay at Angel House in Strongsville, 27 Oct 13.
• Stephanie Pratt, Senior arts Major is showing in the 42 Annual Juried Art Exhibition (Opening reception is November 1), received notification she was accepted and will be showing a large ceramic work focusing on sustainability and the Earth, 26 Oct 13.
• Maggie Stark, Studio Art Major, along with Alumnae Studio Art Majors, was invited to show in Lakeland College's Exhibition: The Skull and Skeleton in Art: Folk Art to Pop Culture, opening reception on October 24th, 23 Sep – 8 Nov 13.
• Art student major and biology major, Rachel Neal, has facilitated the introduction to the biology department case at John Carroll with drawings and graphics and placement of bones at JCU.
STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS OF 1 OCTOBER 2013
• Chalk walk – Maggie Stark and Alyx Cyr, both Senior Studio Art Majors were featured artist in the Chalk Walk in Newburgh Heights , 22 Jun 13
• Maggie Stark – Studio Art Major – along with Alumnae Studio Art Majors were invited to show in Lakeland College's Exhibition:The Skull and Skeleton in Art: Folk Art to Pop Culture. Opening reception is October 24th from 7 to 9 pm dates of the show 23 Sep through 8 Nov 13.
• Green Organize in Action students completed the spiral herb garden at the end of May, 2013.
• A student in Sr. Cynthia Glavac’s EN 340 Creative Nonfiction Writing, Rhianna McChesney, attended the Paula McLain talk and book signing on Thurs., Sept. 19, 7:00 p.m., at Landerhaven.
• Nneka Iheama, a junior English major, who also has a minor in Fashion Merchandising, had an article, “The Afro Movement,” published in the April 2013 issue of Midwest Black Hair. See link below (pp. 60-61). Her article is also mentioned on the cover of the magazine and that she is also modeling for the article. This is the second article Nneka has had in Midwest Black Hair, and she is currently working on a third one. Here is the link: http://www.joomag.com/magazine/mag/0182543001364868136/p1
• the students in Sr. Cynthia Glavac’s EN 340 have been “commissioned” by Jenny Dunegan to create letters, journals, diary entries, monologues, and scenes, inspired by the experiences of sister nurses, lay nurses, and other women, described by Sr. Mary Denis Maher, C.S.A., in her book, To Bind up the Wounds: Catholic Sister Nurses in the U.S. Civil War. These students’ writings will form the foundation of a two-act play that will be produced in the spring of 2015.
• The Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) notified Ursuline College that Inscape 2013 received a First Class Award with “Marks of Distinction” in three areas out of five: 1) content; 2) writing and editing; and 3) photography, art, graphics, and typography, 29 Jul 13.
• Alyssa Curtis was accepted into Lake Erie Osteopathic College of Pharmacy (LEOCOP), Aug 13.