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Dan Curtin honored by Mount St. Mary's University

Daniel F. Curtin, a consultant for Catholic education with the diocesan Office of Catholic Schools, was named to the Academic Circle of Excellence at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., March 23.

 

The award recognizes graduates of 10 or more years who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to others, and continued support for the university. Curtin also serves as an adjunct instructor for the School of Education at Marymount University in Arlington, and chair of the Mount St. Mary’s Seminary rector’s council.

 

Curtin has been involved in education in the local, diocesan and national level. The former executive director for the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA), Curtin has also been the secretary of Catholic education for the Archdiocese of Washington, served on multiple boards of directors for high schools within the archdiocese, and worked as teacher, administrator and principal. In addition to his award for the Academic Circle of Excellence, he has garnered two papal awards, conferred for his work for the church and Catholic education.

 

© Arlington Catholic Herald 2019