News and Events
The European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults (RELA) has released a new issue under the theme, The Changing Landscape of Literacy and Adult Education. The journal includes an article penned by Coady’s Catherine Irving (Library Specialist) titled, Critical Information Literacy: Adult Learning and Community Perspectives.
We are saddened to hear of the passing of Glenmary Father John Rausch. An advocate for economic and environmental justice for Appalachia and its people, Rausch graduated from Coady Institute in 1974 and served as part-time faculty from 1976 to 1983.
We invite you to join us as we learn, share, reflect, celebrate, and collaborate toward gender equity in all areas of our lives, and in all corners of the globe.
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Read the December edition of The Coady Connection.
As Executive Director of Good Samaritan Association (GSA) in Ethiopia, Tirubirhan has been working to aid survivors of human trafficking for more than 18 years.
The Women Research Fellowship offers Coady graduates an opportunity to return to the Institute’s campus to carry out action-research and community projects connected to their work at home.
The North American Indigenous Games Council elected Coady graduate Dale Tamara Plett as president – making her the first indigenous woman to hold the position.
Coady Teaching Staff member Julien Landry has contributed the latest work in the series with an Innovative Practice; Participatory, Accountable, and Inclusive Governance in Practice: A Collection of Participedia Case Studies by Coady Graduates.
More than 50 participants have graduated from Coady’s off-campus offerings over the past month.