Schmidt, Jean Dolores, 1919-

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Born August 21, 1919, San Fransisco, California. Educator. Sr. Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmidt. She joined the religious order of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1937. Sister Jean Dolores earned her B.A. at Mt. St. Mary College in Los Angeles in 1949 and her M.A. at Loyola University, Los Angeles, in 1961. After several years as a teacher at elementary schools, including St. Vincent in Chicago, St. Bernard in Los Angeles, and St. Charles in North Hollywood, and as principal at St. Brendan in Los Angeles, she accepted a position in the Education Department at Mundelein College in Chicago. In her long career at Mundelein at various times, she wore the hats of Assistant Director of the BVM Scholasticate, Assistant Dean, Director of the Summer Sessions, Associate Dean, Acting Dean, Director of Coffey Hall, Director or Academic Services, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, Director of the Weekend College, and Director of Academic Advising. She remained on staff with Loyola University Chicago after the affiliation with Mundelein in 1991 as Assistant Dean and Director of the TAF Program. Sr. Jean Dolores still remains active at Loyola as the chaplain to the athletic teams.

From the description of Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, papers, 1960-2006. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 559087429

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