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Faculty, staff members at St. Catherine University spend mid-term break charting the future of the Graduate College

Faculty and staff from St. Catherine University meet in Rauenhorst Hall to discuss the future of the Graduate College.
Faculty and staff from St. Catherine University meet in Rauenhorst Hall to discuss the future of the Graduate College.
Photo by Julie Michener.

After classes let out for mid-term break at St. Catherine University, faculty and staff joined forces to chart the future of the Graduate College, one of four colleges at the University.

In her welcome address, Senior Vice President Colleen Hegranes, Ed.D., stressed the importance of the Graduate College to St. Catherine University.

Dean Penelope Moyers, Ed.D., charged the assembled group to create three-year plans that will be feasible to implement over the next three years. As the Dean of the Graduate College and the Henrietta Schmoll School of Health at St. Catherine University, Moyers said the university is a necessarily dynamic environment.

Oct. 26, 2012 by Melissa Kaelin

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