David M. Perry, associate professor of history, has recently written essays for TheAtlantic.com, CNN.com and Chronicle.com. Perry has weighed in on a variety of topics ranging from the Pope's recent remarks on the redemption of all people to the controversy surrounding Boston College's commencement speaker invitation to Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
A new four-part PBS series on the Constitution, starting Tuesday, May 7 includes a clip filmed in Dominican University’s Quad.
Mary Minow, Follett Chair in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, recently penned an article examining the legal case facing digital asset reseller ReDigi for Library Journal.
2013 Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award
David M. Perry, associate professor of history, recently published an essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education discussing his adoption of new technologies to engage student discussion online.
An extensive Chronicle of Higher Education profile of Eboo Patel, founder of the Interfaith Youth Core, included information about Dominican University's collaboration
The DU Stars softball team closed out a strong season with graduating senior Emily Mahoney throwing the first perfect game in conference history.
Four graduate students in the School of Education received Oppenheimer Family Foundation Grants in 2012 to bring innovative programming into their Chicago Public School classrooms. The students are participants in Chicago Teaching Fellows, a highly selective alternative certification program to train accomplished professionals and recent college graduates to teach in disadvantaged Chicago Public Schools.
Dominican University has been named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its commitment to enhancing its community through community service and service learning.
All alumnae/i are welcome; special gatherings will be held for classes ending in 3 and 8.
President Donna M. Carroll recognized as one of 31 Chicago-area leaders in the field of education
Sara Paretsky, bestselling author of the V.I. Warshawski series of books about a female private investigator, is the speaker at the annual McCusker Lecture.
Head men’s soccer coach Erick Baumann achieved his 300th career coaching victory with the Stars’ win over Marian University on September 29. He is just the 37th coach in Division III history to reach the mark.
The Brennan School of Business will host on Tuesday, October 9, Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, former chairman of Royal Dutch Shell and a current chairman of the Foundation for The United Nations Global Compact, for its 2012 Ethics and Leadership Lecture.