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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...

NKU Chase College of Law, Thomas More sign agreement to form joint Accelerated Law Program

Thomas More College President David A. Armstrong and Northern Kentucky University President Geoffrey S. Mearns have signed an agreement that will allow students to combine their final year of college with their first year of law school. NKU’s Chase College of Law will offer the 3+3 Accelerated Law Program , which was created in 2015, to students at Thomas More College, as well as to NKU undergraduate...

Thomas More students not ‘swimming with fishes,’ but studying with them at aquarium

(Photo from TMC)   Thomas More College, as part of its new Marine Biology coursework, is sending professors to the Newport Aquarium.   TM professors will teach courses at the aquarium, students will conduct onsite research and a new lecture series on conservation of marine systems will be offered to the general public.   Cooperating in this new partnership are the aquarium, its WAVE...

New Thomas More College president – its 14th – fills ‘big shoes’ first day on the job

Staff report   David A. Armstrong began his tenure yesterday as president of Thomas More College. Armstrong is the college’s 14th president.   David A. Armstrong He replaces Sister Margaret Stallmeyer, who retired after nine years as president.   Thomas More College, founded in 1921 by the Benedictine Sisters, is the Catholic college of the Diocese of Covington, located in Crestview...