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New Grant Supports Breast Cancer Research
Breast cancer researcher Dr. Maggie Louie has received a grant from Chicago-based Wendy Will Case Cancer Fund to support Dr. Louie’s research into the role that environmental contaminants play in the spread of breast cancer.
Dominican Professor in International News Spotlight
Nursing chair Dr. Luanne Linnard-Palmer's book examining religious and cultural influences on healthcare treatment was featured in a recent Reuters news article. The story was picked up by ABC news, MSNBC, the Boston Globe, Scientific American, and numerous daily newspapers in Asia, Europe, and Australia. Please follow the link for more information about Dr. Linnard-Palmer's research.
Winter Osher Session Explores Movies, Sufism, Venice, Supreme Court
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) begins its winter session at Dominican University of California on February 12. Funded in part by grant from the Bernard Osher Foundation, this membership-driven program is designed to provide intellectually stimulating opportunities for adults in the community who are 50 years or older. All courses, with one exception, meet weekly for six weeks. The exception is a special two-meeting class facilitated by Jan Wahl of KRON Channel 4, on Critical Thinking in Movies and Television. This class will meet twice, once on February 19, and once on March 19.
Alonzo King Wins National Honor
Alonzo King, artistic director of Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet and artistic director of the Dominican BFA in dance program, has been awarded a United States Artists Fellowship for Dance. Alonzo King is one of only 12 California artists to be honored for achievements in artistic excellence and one of 50 artists nationwide to receive this award.
AIDS Memorial Quilt on Display
A portion of The AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display at Dominican University of California on World AIDS Day, Friday, December 1.
Business Students Create Record Label
Business students at Dominican University of California have started their own independent record label and are in the process of creating an album featuring their newly signed artists – all as part of an undergraduate course “Marketing for the Music Industry.”
Dr. Sima Samar to discuss "Personal Risks Overshadowed by Saving Lives"
Dr. Sima Samar, the internationally recognized human rights advocate from Afghanistan, will discuss her work on behalf of Afghanistan's women and girls during a lecture on Tuesday, November 7. The lecture is from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 in the Creekside Room.
Dominican Celebrates 10th Anniversary of International Latino Film Festival - San Francisco Bay Area
Dominican University of California and the International Latino Film Festival – San Francisco Bay Area (ILFF) welcome the public to celebrate the festival’s tenth anniversary with a series of events at the University’s San Rafael campus. Dominican is home to the ILFF, as well as to the festival’s extensive film library.
Dominican Invites Students to Submit NCUR Abstracts
Undergraduate students from throughout the United States who have participated in research or other forms of scholarly, creative, or artistic work may submit an abstract to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) for possible acceptance and presentation. Dominican University of California will host the 21st annual meeting of NCUR from April 12 – 14, 2007.
Dominican Day of Service - 2006
On Friday, October 20, 2006, Dominican University of California will observe its first “Dominican Day of Service.” The University has created a menu of volunteer opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. Volunteer opportunities include wildlife restoration projects at the Marin Headlands and Kehoe Beach, a makeover project for Homeward Bound, and a kitchen project for Meals of Marin.
Nature's Vortex opens November 1
Nature’s Vortex, an exhibition of color photomontage by Sister Adele Rowland, O.P., will be displayed in Dominican University of California’s San Marco Gallery, located in the Alemany Library, from November 1, 2006 through January 2, 2007.
Dominican Hosts California Indian Conference
Dominican University of California will host the 21st annual California Indian Conference, October 13 through 15. Dominican is co-sponsoring the event in association with the Marin Museum of the American Indian. This year’s conference theme is “Through Our Eyes: Looking Back While Moving Forward.”
Dominican Hosts Save Seafood Tour
The public is invited to attend lectures and a free lunch on Tuesday, October 10, when Dominican hosts the Save Seafood Tour.
Occupational Therapy Students to Assess Senior Drivers
Dominican University of California has partnered with the Marin County Commission on Aging to present CarFit, a program designed to check on how well senior drivers and their vehicles work together. The event will be held on October 28 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Marin Civic Center Jury parking lot.
Virtual Nursing Simulation Lab Will Give Students Real-World Clinical Experience
Dominican University of California has been awarded $216,000 from the Texas-based RGK Foundation for the development and staffing of a nursing simulation lab. The state-of-the-art lab will provide Dominican nursing students with clinical experience in a risk-free virtual reality environment. The lab also will be available to community health practitioners
Dominican Hosts Marin Education Fund’s Summer Application Institute
Fifty-four high school students will spend the week living and learning at Dominican University of California during the Marin Education Fund’s Summer Application Institute, August 1-5. The program has a 98 percent success rate at sending low-income, underrepresented students to college.
Shirin Ebadi, 2003 Nobel Peace Laureate, to discuss "Human Rights, Islam and the West"
Dr. Shirin Ebadi, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003, will speak on “Human Rights, Islam and the West” in a lecture on Saturday, September 9, 2006 in Angelico Concert Hall.
Dominican Research Published in Adolescence
Girls Circle, a structured support group model developed for girls aged 9-18 years, helps girls feel better about their bodies, their social interactions, and their prospects for the future, according to a study by researchers at Dominican University of California. Girls who have a positive self-image and feel in control of their future are less likely to engage in risky activities.
Webcam Tracks Science Center Construction
Visitors to Dominican University of California’s website can view progress of the University’s Science Center via webcam. The image updates every four seconds between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. (Read more in this story for the link to the cam.)
Rediscover China: A Photographic Exhibition
Rediscover China, a photographic exhibition of China today, is open to the public through August 24 in the gallery at Dominican University of California’s Alemany Library.

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