Dominican presented an evening with two scholars of philosophy and religion, February 25 in Angelico Hall. Dr. John Haught, distinguished Research Professor from Georgetown University, and Dr. Loyal D. Rue, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Luther College, explored the search for meaning and truth at the intersections of science, nature, and religion. The lecture was moderated by Dr. Laura Stivers, Dean of Dominican’s School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
The San Francisco Chronicle reached out to Alison Howard, chair of the Department of Political Science and International Studies, for insight on Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s recent appearance before a Silicon Valley women’s conference.
World traveling clinical nurse Ashley Ramirez ’06 met sophomore Megan Krage ’17 when Megan was 15 years and attending Camp Taylor, a summer camp supporting young people with congenital heart disease (CHD).
Dominican University of California President Mary B. Marcy welcomes Larisa Genin to Dominican for the spring semester. Genin is the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Accreditation in the School of Economics and Business Administration at Saint Mary’s College of California. She is visiting Dominican as an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow.
In conjunction with Black History Month, David Johnson, the first African American student of legendary photographer Ansel Adams, has opened a photo exhibit in the science center gallery on the Dominican campus.
Accompanied by three Dominican students, Lianni Castro, assistant director of Campus Ministry, had her hair shaved by Dominican President Mary B. Marcy and others Wednesday as a show of commitment toward "Bald For A Change," a campaign to raise awareness and money in support of women's rights issues.
Anne Lamott, bestselling author of "Some Assembly Required: A Journal of My Son’s Son," spoke on April 11 in front of a crowd of more than 500 appreciative fans in Angelico Hall at Dominican University of California.
Jonathan Vinocour, Principal Violist of the San Francisco Symphony since 2009, will perform at Dominican University of California in Angelico Hall for the first time on April 22 to close out the 2011-12 Guest Concert Series.
More than 45 Dominican University of California students presented 39 poster and oral presentations from original search March 29-31 at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at Weber State University in Utah.
Ken Cook, President of Environmental Working Group, and Dan Imhoff, author of "Food Fight," were guest speakers in Angelico Hall on March 22 at a Food For Thought Author Series event hosted by Dominican's GreenMBA program and presented by Marin Organic and Point Reyes Books.
Dominican University of California is among a select group of universities invited by the Aspen Institute to be a part of a national dialogue in March in Washington, D.C. on rethinking undergraduate business education.
Jennifer Granholm, who in January 2002 was the first woman ever to be sworn in as governor of Michigan, will speak with her husband, leadership expert Dan Mulhern, on Sunday, March 25, in Angelico Hall at Dominican University of California.
Violinist Wei He, viola Yun Jie Liu and cellist Amos Yang – together known as the Bridge Chamber Virtuosi – performed March 18 in the 2011-12 Guest Concert Series at Dominican University of California.
From studying field biology and conservation in Tanzania, to visiting the art galleries of Paris, to studying health care in Costa Rica, to working on behalf of orphans in Tijuana, Dominican students immersed themselves in a wide variety of educational, cultural, and service projects during Spring Break 2012.
Spencer Sherman, one of the top wealth advisors in the country and author of the bestselling book “The Cure for Money Madness” was guest speaker on March 6 in the Guzman Lecture Hall at Dominican University of California.
Andrei Tsygankov, Professor of International Relations and Political Science at San Francisco State University, presented “Putin and Medvedev: Back To The Future?” on February 28 in the Creekside Room at Dominican University of California.