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A Week in the Life of North Shore

At our Board of Trustees meeting held earlier this month, I gave a Head of School Update. I started my remarks by reading the following list — a quick summary of some of the events that took place in the previous week to 10 days. 334 more words

Dual Stewardship

Morning Ex yesterday featured singer, songwriter Liam Davis, North Shore Class of 1986. Liam sang a number of songs, many of them that he had written. 327 more words


“It’s Not What You Look At, It’s What You See”

 I recently saw a video interview of Jim McLaughlin, the newly appointed women’s volleyball coach at Notre Dame. McLaughlin, who I had never heard of, has had a very successful career and is the only coach in NCAA history to lead both a men’s and women’s volleyball teams to national titles. 316 more words

Charlie and Anita

The highlight of my winter break was the wedding of my son, Charlie, North Shore Class of ’03, on December 20.

He met Anita when they were both teaching at Norfolk Academy from 2010 to 2012. 427 more words

Student group visits Nicaragua in 1968-69

Emeritus professor Neil Snarr recalls in the mid 1960s the U.S. State Department was matching American colleges and universities with similar institutions in other countries. 462 more words

Fall 2014/Winter 2015

Faculty/Staff Recognized for Service Milestones

Math professor Bill Kincaid started teaching at Wilmington College the year Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, Joe Namath’s New York Jets won Super Bowl III and gasoline was 35 cents a gallon. 306 more words

Fall 2014/Winter 2015

GCCCU and SOCHE Recognize Outstanding Faculty


The Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities honored Monte Anderson as Wilmington College’s outstanding faculty member at the GCCCU’s 27th annual Celebration of Teaching luncheon in Cincinnati while the Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) presented four faculty members with teaching awards at its banquet in Dayton. 395 more words

Fall 2014/Winter 2015