Two professors in Franciscan University of Steubenville’s Education Department received a $75,000 grant from the Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children to create an online module to help educators across the state teach evidence-based behavior management practices.
Elijah Ferbrache ’12 Graduate Education Elijah Ferbrache MSE ’12 has a passion for great books. After earning his undergraduate degree from St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, the Ohio native… read more
Armed with the skills to think critically and speak clearly, Carolyn Conlon landed a job as a lead fifth grade teacher at Great Hearts Western Hills in San Antonio, Texas,… read more
Emma Starre is living out success in the education field as the Intervention Specialist for Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Toledo, Ohio. She also teaches 6th grade religion… read more
“Preach the Gospel at all times. If necessary, use words.” For Teresa Kovach, the words of St. Francis sum up her experience at Franciscan University. After graduating with her degree… read more
For some students, a traditional public school just won’t work. Due to academic, behavioral or social issues, they aren’t accepted or don’t choose to attend. In Phoenix, Arizona, those students… read more
Andrew Mihaly ’13 says attending Franciscan University allowed him to pursue his undergraduate degree in an environment where he “could truly flourish in my studies, my faith, and my social… read more