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"Who owns the problem?" That was the question beloved Academic Dean, Pam Snitko would ask both students and faculty when they entered her office to discuss a current dilemma. Pam was all about ownership and accountability and generously led by example before her death 21 years ago this month. As a colleague, Pam cherished her role mentoring new faculty, respecting and acknowledging experienced teachers, and supporting them both personally and professionally. She knew how to partner with any student, whether they were thriving or struggling in the classroom, and how to engage anxious parents with honesty and empathy. Pam provided warmth and strength to help each person learn how to solve problems for themselves and make their school community stronger. 


Pam was also an active community member in the town and taught in local area schools throughout her career. Therefore, when Pam passed away, her family created the Pam Snitko Memorial Scholarship Fund, which contributes financial aid dollars for outstanding Day Students. Today, Dublin School has 55 Day Students enrolled from local towns, including Dublin, Peterborough, Keene, Marlborough, Harrisville, Hancock, and Stoddard, with 35% receiving some financial aid. If Pam made a difference in your life or you want to help provide a Dublin School experience to Monadnock students, please consider making a gift to the Pam Snitko Memorial Scholarship Fund. 

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Recent Stories Beyond the Quad

Empire Building

Associate Head of School for Advancement Erika Rogers has recently been doing some travel as part of her work in the Journey Campaign, and has been meeting up with Dublin School Alums across the country along the way! 

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On the Road with Erika:  Faraway Places

Associate Head of School for Advancement Erika Rogers has recently been doing some travel as part of her work in the Journey Campaign, and has been meeting up with Dublin School Alums across the country along the way! 

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Alumni Spotlight: Journey Campaign Alumni Postcards from Texas!

Associate Head of School for Advancement Erika Rogers has recently been doing some travel as part of her work in the Journey Campaign, and has been meeting up with Dublin School Alums across the country along the way! 

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Alumni Spotlight: Cameron Harrington '17

Recently we caught up with Dublin Alumnus Cam Harrington '17, who has been working with the Peace Corps in Peru!

"I currently serve as a volunteer in Chachapoyas, Amazonas, Peru. My work is in that of community health, one of the five programs the Peace Corps has here in Peru. Peace Corps Peru varies from other countries in the fact that every volunteer lives with a host family. This allows each volunteer to totally integrate, should they put forth the effort, into their respective communities and to support language learning."

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Alumni Spotlight: Faith Lewis '18

Faith Lewis '18 recently moved to Vienna, Austria to pursue a Doctorate in physics after finishing her Master's Degree in chemistry at Loyola University! In 2017, she received a book award from Dublin History Chair Lindsay Brown- 'American Prometheus: the Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer' by Kai Bird and Marin J. Sherwin. She had written her final paper for U.S. History on The Manhattan Project, and has serendipitously ended up in the same lab where Oppenheimer spent some time training, TU Wein. Check out the photo above of Faith on her first day!