Author: University of Mary

Martin Luther King Day Presentations on Campus Cancelled for today and tomorrow

BISMARCK, ND — Our featured speaker for Martin Luther King Day today, Albert Raboteau, PhD, has become ill with Bronchitis and will not be able to present for the scheduled Grounds for Belief lecture series Tuesday evening. However, esteemed scholar and University of Mary Director of the Saint John Paul II Center for University Ministry, Peter Huff, PhD, will stand-in for Raboteau this evening at 7 p.m. inside Trinity Lutheran Church for a presentation. University Ministry is making efforts to have Raboteau on campus at a later date. True to its motto “lumen vitae”—the light of life—the University of Mary...

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University of Mary Hosts Noted African American Scholar Albert Raboteau

BISMARCK, ND — Award winning religious historian Dr. Albert Raboteau is the guest speaker at two events at the University of Mary. Raboteau will speak on “The Legacy of Martin Luther King” in the weekly Chapel of the Word service, Monday, January 15, 2018, 10 a.m., Our Lady of the Word Chapel, in the University’s Benedictine Center on the main Bismarck campus. Raboteau will also present a lecture on “Forgiveness in the African American Tradition” in University Ministry’s speaker series Grounds for Belief: Tuesday, Jan. 16, 8 p.m., Butler Auditorium, Gary Tharaldson School of Business, also on the Bismarck campus....

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World’s Leading Journal and Authority on Physical Therapy Chooses University of Mary Professor as New Senior Editor

McLean, VA—The Section on Women’s Health’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Mary Dockter, PT, PhD, University of Mary, will be the new senior editor of the Journal for Women’s Health Physical Therapy. Dockter is a past recipient of the SOWH Elizabeth Noble Award (2013) and Volunteer of the Year Award (2005 and 2015). She has been a respected reviewer for JWHPT and several other journals. She served as the SOWH Director of Education from 2006-2009 and has assisted on several committees for the SOWH setting entry-level and post-entry level standards for women’s health education. She was...

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Marauders Head Football Coach Craig Bagnell Announces New Coaching Staff

BISMARCK, ND – Featuring the combined experiences of national playoff appearances, NCAA Division I knowledge, and nearly three decades of coaching and playing in the Northern Sun, new University of Mary Head Football Coach Craig Bagnell has finalized the formation of his Marauders coaching staff. Joining Bagnell at Mary is Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Brett Holinka, Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach Mark Martin, Wide Receiver Coach Jordan Noskowiak and Defensive Backs Coach Matthew Splon. Ben Davis, who just completed his fifth season as a member of the Marauders coaching staff, returns as the defensive line coach. “I’m excited about the...

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The University of Mary Theater Department Presents ‘A Christmas Carol’

BISMARCK, ND — Almost 175 years has past since Charles Dickens penned “A Christmas Carol,” the most successful book of the 1843 holiday season. The piece of fiction is still popular today because of its powerful message of transformation, redemption and the spirit of the Christmas season. Dickens’ charities throughout life and concern for impoverished children who turn to crime in order to survive, impacted his ideas. Dickens’ 19th century masterpiece is a reflection of his own desire for a better society, told through the voice of Ebenezer Scrooge, a greedy, selfish person, who eventually sees life in a...

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