Marian University Graduate Student Featured in Connections Newsletter

FOND DU LAC, Wis. - Stefanie Dziedzic, a graduate student pursing a degree in Thanatology, was recently featured in Connections, a newsletter that is for the "Gifts of Hope: Organ and Tissue Donation Network" team members, in an article that celebrated her recent achievements.

Achievements include: her paper on cultural bereavement practices being cited in the book Do Funerals Matter by Billy Hoy, published on March 10. The article also talked about her
upcoming presentation at the International Transplant Nurses Society in September. Her presentation will discuss how hospitals and the Organ Procurement Organization work together "to make [organ] donation a safe and realistic option for grieving families" as well as will "dispel some myths about donation."

To read Connections, visit
http://issuu.com/giftofhope/docs/giftofhope_staff_connections_2_2013?mode=mobile

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Fun Fact

The only collegiate indoor practice facility of its kind in Wisconsin, Lenz Field House includes full indoor sports turf flooring, three batting cages, and ample space for a 90’ baseball infield or 60’ softball infield (Source: Marian University Archives).

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