Sister Clare Fitzgerald To Discuss Education Issues at Manhattan College

Sister Clare Fitzgerald, SSND, Ph.D., an international lecturer, will discuss education issues as part of Manhattan College’s Global Leadership course, July 18-22.

Sister Clare Fitzgerald, SSND, Ph.D., an international lecturer, will discuss education issues as part of Manhattan College’s Global Leadership course, July 18-22. The course is open to all educators either for graduate credit or professional development starting at 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Academy Room of Leo Hall.

Sr. Clare, recognized with numerous awards for her educational contributions, has taught at all levels of education. She was the chair of the American Studies department at Fairfield University for nine years, and for 12 years was the founding director of the Catholic Leadership Program, graduate school of arts and sciences, at Boston College.

She is a member of the Northeast Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. In addition to working in her own religious community, Sr. Clare has served on the national level as president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, and appointee to the Vatican Commission on the Study of Religious Life.

Participants interested in attending the three-credit Global Leadership course may also qualify for a partial tuition scholarship as a parochial educator.

To learn more about tuition rates or to register, please call Sr. Remigia Kushner at (718) 862-7473 or e-mail Sr. Remigia at sbl@manhattan.edu.