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President McGuire Honored by Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities

 
 

Presidents’ Distinguished Service Award Presented to Patricia McGuire

 

Trinity Washington University President Patricia McGuire was honored by the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities for service of exceptional quality to Catholic higher education. She was presented with the Presidents’ Distinguished Service Award and was recognized for her commitment to promoting Catholic education through public advocacy, to supporting women’s colleges, and to educating the next generation of students. She received the award at ACCU’s annual meeting on February 3, 2018, in Washington, D.C.. The award was presented to her by Michael Galligan-Stierle, President and CEO of ACCU, and Thomas Foley, President of Mount Aloysius College and a member of the ACCU Board of Directors.

This video is a testament to her leadership of Trinity and her strong voice in Catholic higher education. Featured in the video are: Sr. Patricia Chappell, SNDdeN, Executive Director, Pax Christi, USA, and former Trinity Trustee; Amy Freeman, President and CEO, Ascension Community Health, and Trinity Trustee; and Sr. Mary Johnson, SNDdeN, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies.

Photo of President McGuire Foley and Galligan

President McGuire is presented her award by Michael Galligan-Stierle, President and CEO of ACCU, (right) and Thomas Foley, President of Mount Aloysius College and a member of the ACCU Board of Directors.

Photo of President McGuire and Cardinal McCarrick

President McGuire is congratulated by Cardinal McCarrick, who served as Archbishop of Washington, 2001 to 2006.

President McGuire is congratulated by Trinity faculty and staff colleagues (left to right): Sr. Mary Johnson, Sr. Camilla Burns, Ann Pauley, Sr. Ann Howard, Michele Bowie, Carlota Ocampo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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