Haiku, the distinctive form of poetry that originated in Japan centuries ago, enables writers to weave both images and details into three, 5-7-5 syllable count lines. This format makes haiku both succinct and surprisingly accessible to writers of all ages.
A team of five Dominican accounting students presented in the Deloitte FanTAXic national case competition in November, one of 71 teams from 49 colleges and universities across the country to receive the honor of being invited to participate.
The Dominican University Debate Club sent three teams to the Third Annual UC Davis Invitational Debate Tournament on November 9-10, competing against 32 teams including UC Berkeley, University of Southern California, Loyola Marymount, Portland State, Claremont, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Laverne, Humboldt State and host UC Davis.
When David Mendez came to Dominican as a freshman, his goal was to score goals. He was the prized recruit for the Penguins’ soccer team and he was set to lead by example.
Now, as a senior, Mendez’s goal has taken on a different perspective. The student-athlete wants to connect cultural diversity and educational disparity. He wants to lead by teaching.
Emmy Award-winning personality, Food Network host, and frequent "Today Show" guest, Giada De Laurentiis spoke to a capacity crowd at the Institute for Leadership Studies (ILS) Leadership Fall Lecture Series at Dominican University of California on November 16.
Billy Collins, called the “most popular poet in America” by the New York Times, spoke to a near capacity crowd at the Institute for Leadership Studies (ILS) Leadership Fall Lecture Series at Dominican University of California November 7.
In the October issue of Occupational Therapy in Health Care, a study authored by Dominican Assistant Professor Kitsum Li reveals significant improvement in memory and attention in adults with chronic acquired brain injury (ABI) using computer-based cognitive retraining (CBCR).
The Marin Math Circle at Dominican University of California launched its 2013-2014 season on October 23 in Guzman Hall with approximately 75 Marin County children, a record for the math enrichment program.
The 13th season of the Guest Concert Series at Dominican University of California resumed November 10 with a performance by leading American pianist Gustavo Romero at Angelico Concert Hall off Acacia Avenue on the University campus.
The works of Bay Area artists Amanda Hughen and Jennifer Starkweather are on display in “Tract,” a free art exhibition through December 17 in San Marco Gallery in Dominican University of California’s Alemany Library, 185 Palm Avenue, San Rafael.
Research conducted by scientists at Dominican University of California, Columbia University, the University of London, Princeton University, and Penn State University has led to promising advances in the quest to understand drug resistance in the human malaria parasite.
Father Paul Gabor, Ph.D., Vice Director of the Vatican Observatory Research Group, visited Dominican University of California October 21-22 to participate in a pair of free lectures in association with the University’s First Year Experience “Big History” program.
Bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert, who soared to fame with her acclaimed Eat, Pray, Love, spoke at the Institute for Leadership Studies (ILS) Leadership Fall Lecture Series at Dominican University of California on October 16. She was on stage in Angelico Hall in conversation with New York Times’ bestselling writer Kelly Corrigan.