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Prep Sports Notebook: St. Henry wins six matches in two sets to claim All “A” Classic state volleyball title

St. Henry returned to the Kentucky All “A” Classic state volleyball tournament after a two-year absence and won six matches in two sets to claim its sixth championship in the small-school event. After winning all three of their pool play matches, the Crusaders defeated Pikeville, Ballard Memorial and Louisville Holy...
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Sanitation District 1 Names Human Resources Director

Sanitation District 1 announced Monday that it has hired Steven Epplen its director of human resources, effective September 27. Epplen has served as human resources manager at Jedson Engineering since 2011. At SD1, Epplen will be responsible for the development and implementation of human resources policies, programs and services, including...
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Our Rich History: Cooperative education at Thomas More College; early years of work experience – User-generated content

Part 13 of our series “Retrospect and Vista II: Thomas More College/University, 1971-2021”. Many people in Greater Cincinnati are aware of the University of Cincinnati’s (UC) long-standing program called “Cooperative Education.” UC had the first program in the country in the early 20th century (1906) and it is still a crucial part of the curriculum for many of UC’s academic programs. In simple terms, “ ‘co-op’ is an arrangement between students, the school, and private employers which allows a student to gain practical experience generally by alternate semesters or quarters of classroom study and gainful employment outside the academic world” (“Thomas More Lays Groundwork,” Cincinnati Enquirer, October 11, 1976).

Thomas More University celebrates 100 years

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - As Thomas More University enters its second century, the University will propel itself forward through innovation and agility. Built on the themes of student success, academic innovation, and responsible stewardship, Thomas More University will be the premier regional Catholic University. By 2026, it will again be ranked as a top 50 U.S. News Best Regional College.

New Building, Largest-Ever Capital Campaign Underway at Thomas More

Thomas More University is celebrating its first one hundred years and is working actively to prepare for its next century. The university announced its Second Century Campaign during a campus event on Monday afternoon in which President Joseph Chillo and other Thomas More leaders and fundraisers addressed a crowd of supporters and students.

Thomas More sees record overall enrollment, fourth largest freshman class during 2021 fall semester

As the 2021-22 academic year begins, Thomas More University has announced record-breaking traditional student enrollment numbers. This fall semester’s enrollment of 1,273 consists of 448 new students and 825 returning students. The entering freshman class is the fourth largest in the University’s history. The returning students marked a new milestone too, by establishing an 84.7% persistence rate, one of the University’s highest rates on record. These statistics continue the three-year trend of consistently increasing enrollment at Thomas More University.