Didn’t make it to recent Stritch events? Not to worry! We captured these quotes to help you feel like you were there.
Phyllis Schaefer, Stritch Alumni Board President, '91, '93, '95, '04; Dr. Pamela Larde, '09; Raquel Filmanowicz, '03; Dr. Barbara Loberg, '89; Sister Jane Nesmith, SBS, '88; and Dr. James P. Loftus, Stritch President, at the 2013 Stritch Alumni Awards event on April 24
“Retreat was a nice reminder of how we are constantly forgiven by God, no matter what. It teaches all of us the importance of doing as Jesus taught and forgiving one another."
-Sophomore Anne Gates, about her experience during the February Campus Ministry “Rooted” retreat.
“It was a tough three-year academic schedule, but not once did I feel ill-prepared or lost in the shuffle. The character-building philosophy of the faculty and staff and their real-world lessons helped shape my business and management style and kindled the passion I bring to my work to improve our community. I learned it at Stritch.”
-Raquel Filmanowicz, ’03, vice president of community affairs for BMO Harris and 2013 Graduate of the Last Decade (G.O.L.D.) Award winner, in her acceptance speech at the Alumni Awards event on April 24.
Visit the Cardinal Stritch University Alumni Facebook page for a photo gallery of the 2013 Alumni Awards.
“We want to be most recognized for producing a quality graduate who is ethical, caring, leads with integrity, and has exemplary critical thinking skills. A student who is able to navigate health care to deliver value-based care, and quickly adapt to new health care models.”
-Dean Kelly Dries, ’03, addressing the crowd at the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing reception hosted by the Board of Trustees on March 18.
Visit the Cardinal Stritch University Facebook page for a photo gallery of the event.
“Work is an extension of yourself. Make sure you are doing something you enjoy and that represents who you are and what you stand for.”
-Alumnus James T. Alfred , ’96 during a Feb. 18 visit to campus, talking to students about his career and life choices. An accomplished actor, writer and speaker, Alfred has been cast in roles for theater, film, and television and was in Milwaukee starring in the Milwaukee Repertory’s “Clybourne Park” production.
“I feel more confident about moving forward in my job search.”
-Participant at the 5th Annual Your Career Conference event held on March 22, hosted by Career Services. More than 70 participants attended this year’s conference which had a total of 12 professional development workshops covering topics ranging from owning a business to showcasing your brand.