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Power in Numbers symposium shines spotlight on opportunity identified in Transfer of Wealth study

By Mark Hansel NKyTribune managing editor The Power in Numbers symposium at the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Training and Education Center in Erlanger Tuesday focused on philanthropy and how a collaborative community effort can capitalize on an emerging opportunity. Joseph Clabes, president of the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative, explains the opportunity identified in the organization’s Transfer...

High schoolers from across region get chance to observe a live surgery at Christ Hospital

Hundreds of high school students from across Greater Cincinnati, including a number from Northern Kentucky, will have a unique opportunity on Tuesday, Oct. 28. They will observe a live surgery at The Christ Hospital, take a tour and lunch at The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences.   The 16th Annual Live Surgery Experience, presented by the nursing college, is intended to give students...

Engaging Reading: ‘Graphic novels’ give teachers valuable tool to reach students

Lafayette High School teacher Holly Wooten discusses using proper terms with a graphic novels – just as you would any other literary device. She and other educators were attending the Let’s TALK conference in Louisville recently. (Photo by Amy Wallot)   By Brenna R. Kelly Special to KyForward   The first time Holly Wooten picked up a graphic novel, the Lafayette High School English...

Engaging Reading: 'Graphic novels' give teachers valuable tool to reach students

Lafayette High School teacher Holly Wooten discusses using proper terms with a graphic novels – just as you would any other literary device. She and other educators were attending the Let’s TALK conference in Louisville recently. (Photo by Amy Wallot)   By Brenna R. Kelly Special to KyForward   The first time Holly Wooten picked up a graphic novel, the Lafayette High School English...