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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Marian College


Social Studies Professor

Marian College


Social Work Professor

Marian College


Web References(4 Total References)


96-1 the Mix

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Helen Moll has taught at Marian for six years.She was diagnosed with breast cancer in January.Following surgery in February, Moll is now undergoing chemotherapy, followed by six weeks of radiation.Moll says her experience as a social worker has helped her deal with the disease.Moll admits its difficult with a full time job,a family including a three year old daughter and now breast cancer.Marian President Doctor Richard Ridenour, says Helen's


The Reporter - Prejudice, fear continue hold on city

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Helen Moll, a social studies professor at Marian, said the community is often a disappointment to culturally diverse students who come to Fond du Lac. "It's a most painful thing to watch students come here from other countries, vibrant and excited, and watch this erode over time as they live here," she said.


www.csasisters.org

Marian College Social Work professor Helen Moll presented the Light Up the Night Against Violence Award to Sister Stella.


CSA Justice

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Book reviewed by Helen Moll,Professor at Marian College, Social Work program.


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