Ready to Impact Patients' Lives

Mina Khalil

Student, NDMU Class of 2021

Doctor of Pharmacy

The NDMU School of Pharmacy has a great balance between didactics and leadership/extracurricular opportunities, which has prepared me to enter the real world and impact patients’ lives. The thing I love most about NDMU is the culture and environment the school sets for its students. As a class, we came here as strangers and now we are parting ways as one big family.

Prepared to Lead

John Boyle

Alum, NDMU Class of 2015

Nonprofit Management

I would not be leading my organization today, and I would not be leading it nearly as well, if not for my Notre Dame education. What I learned was practical, it was insightful, and it was exactly what I needed.”

Vice President of the SNPhA

Kofi Andoh

Student, NDMU Class of 2021

Doctor of Pharmacy

Congratulations to P4 pharmacy student Kofi Andoh on his election to the Student National Pharmaceutical Association's executive board. Kofi will serve as the organization's 2020-2021 Vice President.

Appointed to a National Leadership Role

​Chinyere Onyirimba

Student, NDMU Class of 2020

Doctor of Pharmacy

​Chinyere Onyirimba, a Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) School of Pharmacy student was appointed to serve as the 2019-2020 National Bridging the Gap Chair for Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA).

A Smooth Transition

Elizabeth Harford

Alum, NDMU Class of 2019

Teaching (MAT)

Because of the knowledge and skill set I developed at NDMU, I know I will have a smooth transition into my own classroom and cannot wait to see it all come together. What's Next for Elizabeth: Anne Arundel County Public Schools - Classroom Teacher at Edgewater Elementary

Real Life Teaching Scenarios

Amy Thomas

Alum, NDMU Class of 2019

Teaching (MAT)

The professors provided me with real life scenarios that teachers are faced with daily and NDMU worked with St. Joseph Fullerton to place me in my internship as a full-time 2nd grade teacher. What's Next for Amy: St. Joseph Fullerton - 2nd Grade teacher

A Proven Leader as a Math Mentor

Denise Parker

Leadership in Teaching: Mathematics Instructional Leader

My participation in the Math Leadership Program has not only helped me to become a proven leader in my school community as a math mentor, but in the Archdiocesan community as well. This past fall I had the opportunity to facilitate a professional development session on problem solving at two of the Fall ADW Collaboration Day meetings, where I shared research, NCTM standards, and proven strategies learned in the Math Leadership Program.

New & Exciting Roles

Jaclyn Tamburo

Leadership in Teaching: Mathematics Instructional Leader

The Mathematics Leadership Program has provided me with the knowledge and skills needed to become a math leader. By completing this program, I have been given opportunities to continue to build my leadership skills and offered several new and exciting roles and duties at my school. I am now currently receiving my Administration certificate.

A Teacher of Teachers

Patricia Shoults

Leadership in Teaching: Reading Specialist

I had never thought about being anything but a classroom teacher; yet after years of experience, I considered becoming a reading specialist. This led me to Notre Dame’s Reading Specialist/Literacy Coach Program, where I learned that I could also be a teacher of teachers. Reaching teachers is reaching students, and isn’t that why we all entered this profession?

Benefits I Could See

Maggie Wagner

Leadership in Teaching: Reading Specialist

The last few classes in my program really enabled me to feel successful as a reading teacher. Through experiences and case studies with students, I was able to see the benefits of my instruction and interventions. I found that I really enjoy providing professional development to colleagues. As I end this program, I feel assured in furthering my career as a Reading Specialist or Literacy Coach. I believe I am well prepared and knowledgeable in the existing field of literacy instruction.