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Interview with Dr. Neena Gopalan

Feb 26th, 2013 | By

  Dr. Neena Gopalan has been apart of the Lewis Community since August 2012. During this time Dr. Gopalan has taught many courses that enriched student’s academic career. Most recently, Dr. Gopalan is teaching Intro to Psychology. Dr. Gopalan received her PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Kansas State University. Below you will find a short discussion on her views of adult
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Congratulations to Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Programs!

Jan 18th, 2013 | By
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  Dr. Bonnie Bondavalli, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences congratulates the following students on their graduation, on December 16, 2012:       Organizational Leadership Fire Service Administration Carmela Armijo* Kraig Herman* Jennifer Belice* Riki Kaelin* Genina Bolden James McGann* Matthew Brosnan* Daniel Miller* LaJoyce Bullock Ryan Wyse* Cary Hansing* Ruben Zendejas
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Fall 2012 Dean’s List for accelerated programs in the College of Arts & Sciences at Lewis University

Jan 11th, 2013 | By

At Lewis University, undergraduate students who have completed 12 graded credits in a semester are considered for the Dean’s list if they have a term GPA of 3.25 or above. Dean Bonnie Bondavalli said, “Congratulations. This is a significant honor that is given to those who have shown excellence in their academic work. It attests to your hard work, determination, dedication and commitment to learning and achievement. On behalf of the Faculty of the College, I extend to you our heartiest best wishes for your continued success as a student and a scholar. Please know of our hopes that you will continue to find joy in your intellectual endeavors now as a student and throughout your life.”   The following Arts and Science students in accelerated programs are honored for their academic success: Applied Sociology & Political Science Organizational Leadership Jessica Renae Duran Liliana G Gentile Stacey Renee Richmond Shelonda
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College Arts and Sciences Accelerated Spring 2012 Graduates

May 31st, 2012 | By
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Dean Bonnie Bondavalli congratulates the following students on their graduation, from the College of Arts and Sciences, on May 20th, 2012:         Graduate Organizational Leadership Criminal Social Justice John Andrick Ken L. Reese Jonelle E. Bailey   Taryn Dior Bradley Paralegal Studies Donna M. Bretzer Rosalinda Farfan Je’nia S. Brown   Mary
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One of Our Very Own – Terese Sullivan, In Joliet Township High School Spotlight

Feb 10th, 2012 | By
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  When JTHS Infant Childcare Director Deborah Clark learned that Joliet Central freshman KiJuan Sullivan was named Student of the Month for English, it was a moment of celebration, pride and emotion. Because the moments leading up to KiJuan’s accomplishment tell a story of perseverance. They tell a story of a teenage mother who beat
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HRM Students Invited

Feb 2nd, 2012 | By
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Come meet your fellow HR professionals!  Lewis University’s student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management would like to invite you to our first meeting of Spring term, next Tuesday, February 7, 5:00-6:00 PM in A150. There is no need to formally join the national organization, but there is a need to meet the
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Class LJ497 Visits Daybreak Shelter – Donates over $2100

Dec 15th, 2011 | By
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Fall class LJ497,  ASPS seven-member class along with their instructor visited Daybreak Shelter in Joliet Monday night.  It is run by Catholic Charities with lots of help from churches and volunteer groups.  Our  class presented Daybreak with a check for over $1300.00 and $800.00 in new items requested by the center. The class designed the project,
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