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Mount St. Joseph News June 15, 2021

Transfer Student Q&A: Jordan Carlson, ‘22

Junior Jordan Carlson, dual licensure major in Early Childhood and Special Education, found a sense of home at the Mount during her transfer experience, paired with strong communication and ongoing faculty and staff support.

Categories: Inclusive Early Childhood Education
graduate standing next to president h. james williams June 12, 2021

Education Alumni Q&A: Katie Specker '17

Master of Reading Science graduate Katie Specker ’17 answers some questions on her MSJ experience, where she credits the knowledgeable faculty, student organizations, and a flexible online program that helped her achieve her career goals.

Categories: Education
woman standing in front of fifth third bank sign June 10, 2021

Heart of a Lion: J'Nelle Easley

A Mount St. Joseph University graduate reflects on their experience in the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program.

Categories: School of Business
Mount St. Joseph News June 7, 2021

Washington Post: A Maryland doctor was the first to map all the different cicada broods that pop up

Dr. Gene Kritsky shines light on "the forgotten entomologist" in this Washington Post article.

Categories: Media
Mount St. Joseph News June 3, 2021

Dare to Lead

Daring to be an effective leader leads to a breadth of opportunity in today's workplace, making the Mount's MSOL program a strong fit for today's aspiring leader.

female student in Mount basketball uniform June 1, 2021

Business Graduate Q&A: Aliyah Huff ‘21

Recent Mount graduate, Aliyah Huff ’21 answers some questions on her college journey in Business Management, where she credits expert business faculty, her Mount co-op, and the basketball team for her valuable educational experience as a growing leader.

Mount St. Joseph News May 29, 2021

Education Graduate Q&A: Larissa Phillips '12

Reading Specialist Larissa Phillips ’12 answers some questions on her Mount experience in Special Education, which led her to helping students overcome reading challenges within the classroom.

photo of female nurse May 27, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Erin Gannaway

“The best thing about the Mount’s MSN Program for me was the level of support and encouragement I received from the faculty and program directors, from the very beginning when I first applied, all the way to the end.”

Cover of Periodical Cicadas: The Brood X Edition May 24, 2021

Periodical Cicadas: The Brood X Edition by Gene Kritsky

As Brood X emerges across Greater Cincinnati, Periodical Cicadas: The Brood X Edition by Gene Kritsky, offers a perfect starting point to learn about these insects and to enjoy them as one of the wonders of our natural world.

photo of teacher standing in front of school sign May 22, 2021

Education Graduate Q&A: Amanda Eagan

Educator Amanda Eagan answers some questions on her Mount experience in Early Childhood Education where she credits the Mount’s Service Learning program, her practicums, and expert faculty classroom preparation, which led her to her current dream job.

Mount St. Joseph News May 21, 2021

A Message from President H. James Williams, Ph.D.

President H. James Williams, Ph.D., provides a May update on the hope and excitement on the horizon with the production and encourages the Mount Community get vaccinated.

Categories: University Administration
Mount St. Joseph News May 20, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Lee Ann Ernst

Through her diligence, values, and commitment to the nursing community, Lee Ann Ernst demonstrated a Heart of a Lion in the face of hardship and of victory during COVID-19.

Categories: Nursing
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Business Courier: Cincinnati Leaders Tout Region’s Transit Expansion to Vice President Harris

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber CEO Jill Meyer ’93, Mount St. Joseph University alum met with Vice President Kamala Harris where they discussed how transformative the Metro bus expansion will be to the region’s economy.

Categories: Media
hand holding phone with cicada app May 17, 2021

Cicada Safari App Reaches 125,000 Downloads as Citizen Scientists Await Brood X Emergence

There are at least 125,000 citizen scientists eagerly awaiting the 17-year Brood X cicadas, which is emerging in parts of 15 states as this week.

students gathered around outside mural May 14, 2021

MSJ Art Guild Unveils Science Cicada Mural on Campus

Science meets artistic innovation in this recent development: Mount St. Joseph University’s Art Guild presents the 15-foot outdoor Science Mural, a campus collaboration located in the Japanese Garden on campus.

Categories: Art
professor holding a magnifying glass May 13, 2021

USA Today: The Indiana Jones of Cicadas Prepares for their Arrival

Entomologist Dr. Gene Kritsky, Dean of Behavioral and Natural Sciences and the "Indiana Jones" of the cicada world, recounts his interesting experiences with these insects.

Categories: Media
nurse standing in front of hospital May 11, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Charles Myers III

A passion for science and 24 years in the U.S. Armed Forces has led to what Major Charles Myers III ’19, D.N.P., C.R.N.A., believes is one of the best careers out there—nurse anesthesiology.

Categories: Doctor of Nursing
graduates giving a thumbs up to camera May 7, 2021

2021 May Commencement

Congratulations to the Mount St. Joseph University 2021 May graduates!

Categories: Student Life
two nurses monitoring sim lab patient May 6, 2021

MSJ Nursing Programs Recognized on Nursing Schools Almanac and US News and World Report

Mount St. Joseph University’s Department of Nursing programs have received high recognition on the Nursing Schools Almanac and US News and World Report.

Categories: Nursing
teacher standing outside classroom door May 4, 2021

Heart of a Lion: Erin Henwood

A passionate contributor to student success, Erin Henwood ’19 was led to the Mount’s master’s degree in special education where she discovered new perspectives to meet students’ needs.