Monthly Archives: March 2021

Literacy Center Reaches Families and Teacher Candidates with Best Practices March 31, 2021

“They have a voice. They have something to contribute,” Dr. Donlon says about Aquinas College’s teacher candidates. Betsy Donlon is assistant professor of education at Aquinas College and coordinates the School of Education Literacy Center at Aquinas. Now in its...

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Aquinas Prepares to Celebrate 60th Anniversary March 30, 2021

Aquinas College, which first opened its doors in Fall of 1961, is soon approaching its 60th anniversary. The College is reaching out to its friends and alumni in an effort to gather memories from the history of Aquinas to share...

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Alumni Spotlight: Tyler Ross, J.C.L., ’17 March 22, 2021

Aquinas alumni are all over the world, transforming culture in Truth and Charity. Tyler W. Ross, J.C.L, ’17 currently serves as a canon lawyer in the newly-formed marriage tribunal which he helped establish in the Diocese of Knoxville. Aquinas: How...

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When Life Gives You Lemons March 03, 2021

By Sister Elizabeth Anne Allen, O.P., Ed.D. Note: This is the third in a 5-part series on the Teacher as Vessel. For earlier reflections, click here. It was the first year I taught seniors, about the second week of classes. ...

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Year of St. Joseph Resource for Home and School from the Center for Catholic Education March 01, 2021

Nashville, TN – During this Year of St. Joseph, parents, teachers, and catechists have a new tool to guide them in the rich Catholic teaching about this important saint. The Center for Catholic Education at Aquinas College released a resource...

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