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May 21, 2012 at 7:58 am Leave a comment

Outgoing president Mary Pat Seurkamp.  Photo courtesy of Notre Dame.

Outgoing president Mary Pat Seurkamp. Photo courtesy of Notre Dame.

On Saturday, Mary Pat Seurkamp will celebrate Notre Dame of Maryland’s first commencement as a university… and her last commencement as president of the institution.  She’s retiring in June after four decades in higher education, the last decade and a half as president of Maryland’s only remaining women’s college.

Mary Pat Seurkamp talks with Sheilah about her tenure as president.

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