Pamela Carey Batz ’70 Receives 2015 Distinguished Alumna Award

Pamela Carey Batz '70, right, poses with President Carol Ann Mooney, after receiving her award.June 8, 2015 (Notre Dame, Ind.)—The Distinguished

2015 Alumnae Association Award Recipients Announced

The 2015 Alumnae Association Award recipients pose with President Carol Ann Mooney, right from center. Pictured from left to right are Catherine

Global Studies Student Helps Women in Jordan Start "SheCab" (WSBT-TV)

Eleanor Jones '16. left, poses with Maha Alamad, Rahmeh Abu Shweimeh, Salam Abu Khadra, and Sura Al Mahasis of Jordan who are starting SheCab.At

Seeing with the Heart (Today's Catholic)

When Morgan Carroll ’15 of Fort Wayne, Ind. graduated this month, she left many meaningful memories, including a service project concerning a South

Saint Mary's College Remains a Relevant and Thriving Women's College (WSBT-TV)

Saint Mary's of the Woods College in Terre Haute, Indiana announced it will go co-ed in the fall to remain relevant. Please don't confuse that Saint

Samantha Grady ’15 Recognized with Lumen Christi Award, Highest Student Honor

Samantha Grady '15, donning the Lumen Christi medal given to her at Commencement, holds the citation read at the ceremony.Contact:Gwen O’

"THRIVE" Conference Coming up Next Week (WSBT-TV)

The Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative (WEI) at Saint Mary’s will present the “THRIVE: Women’s Leadership Engagement Day” next Wednesday, May 27 in

"Bloom for Girls" Coming up in July (WNDU-TV)

On Sunday, July 19 Saint Mary's College will host its second annual “Bloom for Girls” one-day seminar for middle school girls and their moms or

“THRIVE: Women’s Leadership Engagement Day” Set for May 27
May 27
Media Contact:Gwen O’BrienDirector of Media RelationsSaint Mary's College(574) 284-4579 May 14, 2015 (Notre Dame, Ind.)— The Women’s Entrepreneurship

Senior’s Service Project is Example of College’s Mission to Prepare Women to Make a Difference in the World

Left to right, Sister Linda Bellemore, CSC, South Bend resident Sheila Muhammad and Morgan Carroll '15 enjoy one another’s company. (Photo courtesy