Alumnae Spotlight of the Month

List of 5 news stories.

  • January Alumnae Spotlight, Mary Donovan Becnel, Sioux of 2008

    In what ways did your Ursuline education prepare you for the work you’re doing now?
    My Ursuline education gave me a solid foundation of critical thinking skills, confidence, and compassion. These skills assist me in supporting my patients to live their life to fullest despite the challenges he/she may face throughout their lifespan.
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  • December Alumnae Spotlight, Dr. Kiana Wright, Skip of 1995

    In what ways did your Ursuline education prepare you for the work you’re doing now?
    My Ursuline Academy education prepared me for the work I am doing now foremost by laying a solid academic and socially-conscience foundation upon which to build. The curriculum developed my critical thinking and reasoning skills and challenged me in ways that allowed me to flourish. It was the beginning step that culminated in the attainment of my doctorate degree. An integral part of my Ursuline education was religion and the calling to be of service to others.  I wholeheartedly feel that my chosen career path as a clinical/forensic psychologist is my responding to that call and being of service to God’s children. At Ursuline, I learned to be a servant leader, to create my own path, and that girls rock!
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  • November Alumnae Spotlight, Janet Crumhorn Pesce, Sioux of 1966

    In what ways did your Ursuline education prepare you for the work you’re doing now?
    I think I learned to prepare for the things that are important, to persevere, to achieve the goals that I set for myself, and to help others when they are in need of my assistance.
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  • October Alumnae Spotlight, Lauren Bagneris, Skip of 2016

    In what ways did your Ursuline education prepare you for the future?
    Ursuline Academy has helped me become a strong and confident independent thinker and young woman. I stand strong in my beliefs as an Ursuline graduate. I understand that I can accomplish all things with God on my side and with support from my Ursuline family. Ursuline has given me courtesy, loyalty, courage, and diligence to work hard at Louisiana State University in order to make a difference in the lives of others now and in the future with determination and service.
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  • September Alumnae Spotlight, Helen Franz Eshleman, Skip of 1977

    In what ways did your Ursuline education prepare you for the work you’re doing now? 
    My Ursuline education taught me to think for myself, be independent, and to hold on to my values and principles. I learned that anything can be achieved through hard work and determination. I also learned that I can be successful in life both through my family and my career.
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