Sister Suzanne Dunn was honored for her more than 25 years of service at Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse, New York. Suzanne’s contributions as a teacher and assistant principal for the junior high were recognized April 4 during the school’s annual Honors Night. The program also noted the students who achieved honors and high honors
Sister Amy Williams, a nurse in the neuro trauma unit at UPMC Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa., was presented with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses in February. The certificate that accompanies the award reads, “In deep appreciation of all you do, who you are, and the incredibly meaningful difference you make in the lives
The winter edition of Juris, a publication of Duquesne University’s Law School, featured Sister Suzanne Susany, a non-traditional Duquesne Law alumna who was called to ministry in the Pittsburgh legal community. For most of her religious life, Sister Suzanne has ministered with Hispanics in Puerto Rico, Ohio, Georgia and presently in Pennsylvania. In 2010, Sister Suzanne strengthened her ability to serve immigrants by earning a law degree from Duquesne University School of Law. Today, she assists people in need through her ministry at the Community Justice Project in Pittsburgh where she specializes in immigration law.
Sister Patricia Burkard was one of 13 distinguished leaders in the Diocese of Syracuse, N.Y. who received papal honors from Pope Benedict XVI on Feb. 3.