Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the 35th President of the United States John F. Kennedy, will speak on April 13 in Angelico Hall as part of the Institute for Leadership Studies’ 2011 Spring Lecture Series at Dominican University of California.
Dominican University of California has announced that Dr. Mary B. Marcy has been elected President of the University. Her appointment is effective July 1, 2011, when she will succeed Dr. Joseph R. Fink and become the ninth person to lead Dominican in its 121-year history.
Dr. Denise Lucy, founder and Executive Director of the Institute for Leadership Studies at Dominican University of California, was inducted into the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame Dr. Lucy -- along with Julie Abrams, Linda Davis, Barbara Lee, Dolly Nave and Youth Leadership Institute CEO Maureen Sedonaen, who holds an MBA in Strategic Leadership from Dominican -- at Marin Women’s Hall of Fame ceremonies on March 19 in San Rafael.
The 10th anniversary of the Guest Concert Series at Dominican University of California will continue on March 27 with several musicians from the world-acclaimed Philharmonia Baroque performing at Angelico Hall. Musicians Lisa Weiss and Joseph Edelberg on baroque violin, and baroque cellist David Goldblatt will appear on stage with Yuko Tanaka, Carmel Bach Festival’s Solo Harpsichordist, and baritone Craig Singleton, the Chair of the Department of Music and Performing Arts at Dominican.
Emmy Award-winning actor Ted Danson and celebrity financial advisor and television host Suze Orman both will be appearing at Angelico Hall as guest speakers in the Institute for Leadership Studies’ 2011 Spring Lecture Series at Dominican University of California.
Three LINES Ballet/Dominican BFA in Dance seniors have returned from Monaco after accepting invitations to the Monaco Dance Forum’s annual Tremplin Jeunes Ballet where the top 50 dance students from around the world, from Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Italy, Holland and Russia, auditioned.
Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the 35th President of the United States John F. Kennedy, tops an impressive array of guest speakers for the Institute for Leadership Studies’ 2011 Spring Lecture Series in Angelico Hall at Dominican University of California.
Dominican University of California has received a $2 million bequest from the estate of H.B. Yin and Dominican alumna Lillian L.Y. Wang Yin, Ph.D. The gift – the largest ever individual gift supporting Dominican’s science program – will provide student tuition assistance and faculty support in the University's Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Dominican University of California has received a $250,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to purchase sophisticated scientific equipment that will significantly advance faculty research and support growth of the University’s undergraduate research program.
The 10th anniversary of the Guest Concert Series at Dominican University of California will resume at Angelico Hall in the new year on February 6 with a choice chamber concert featuring violinist Shinya Abe and San Francisco Symphony musicians.
When Zach Davis was creating his Capstone business plan before graduating from Dominican’s GreenMBA program in 2009, it did not include a YouTube video, a telephone call from Vice President Joseph Biden and an invitation to the White House and the State of the Union Address. It just all worked out that way.
Terry St. John, one of the Bay Area’s premier landscape painters, has opened an exhibit “Recent Painting, Figure and Landscape” in the San Marco Gallery at Alemany Library on the Dominican University of California campus.
Dr. Diara Spain, an associate professor of biology and director of the Honors Program at Dominican University of California, is the recipient of a SENCER-National Science Foundation sub-grant to develop a new General Education science course for non-science majors enrolled in the Honors Program.
Dominican University of California will meet the growing demand for special education teachers trained to work with children with autism. The University has received approval from the accrediting body of the Commission on Teacher Credentialing to offer an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) teacher preparation program. The Commission’s Committee on Accreditation (COA) voted to approve the ASD Added Authorization program at its meeting on November 5.
Seattle Pacific University, the top ranked team in the NCAA Division II West Region men’s basketball poll in November, was the featured guest for the four-team Dominican Classic December 17-18, at the Conlan Center. The Falcons lived up to their billing.