The four pillars of Dominican tradition are Study, Reflection, Service and Community, so scholarship is of particular importance to Dominican faculty. The School of Education is constantly looking for scholastic opportunities for both faculty and students, and has been immensely successful in their pursuit.
Currently there are several notable achievements in the School of Education.
Courage to Teach® is a program of quarterly retreats for the personal and professional renewal of teachers, administrators, and others in the public schools. Learn more about Courage to Teach »
The Center for Autism, Dominican University of California, will build upon existing programs at the University to meet the educational, social, behavioral and therapeutic needs of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Learn more about the Center for Austim
Dominican students from the School of Education and Counseling Psychology, School of Heal and Natural Sciences, and School of Business and Leadership work together in interdisciplinary teams in township public high schools to improve the academic and life skills for 9-12 grade students. Learn more about the South Africa Project
Video and audio productions including Dominican lectures and guest speakers, as well as local TV productions sponsored by the School of Education and Soroptomist of Novato. See the videos and the lectures »