Dominican University faculty and undergraduate students initiated a research project in fall 2004 in collaboration with Dr. Anindo Choudhury of St. Norbert College in Wisconsin and Dr. Scott Bonar of the University of Arizona to determine whether the Asian tapeworm (Bothriocephalus achelognathii) has spread from Southern to Northern California.
June 17, 1931 - February 27, 2006. Sister Aquinas Nimitz, O.P., who for almost 50 years was the very essence of the Dominican spirit, died Monday, February 27 at 6:25 a.m. after a valiant fight against cancer. Dominican University of California President Joseph R. Fink will host a gathering for friends of Sister Aquinas in celebration of her life on Tuesday, March 14 at 5 p.m. in the Shield Room, Caleruega Hall. All are welcome to attend.
Dominican University of California presents “Understanding Islam,” an all-day conference that will focus on a variety of issues in Islam. Among the topics due to be discussed are women and civil rights in Islam, the message of Islam, Islamic architecture, and Islamic mysticism.
Dominican University of California students have been invited to present their research at two major academic conferences. Dominican learned this week that 20 abstracts have been accepted for presentation at the 20th National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), which will be held April 6 through April 8 at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
A new partnership between Dominican University of California and the U.S. Commercial Service (USCS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce will give Dominican students hands-on exposure to international business and trade.
Dominican University of California researchers, in partnership with the National Park Service (NPS), are investigating whether horses contribute to the spread of noxious and invasive weeds into California's national parks.
Dominican University of California presents a panel discussion that will examine ways to end the cycle of despair, blame and homelessness amongst Marin County youth. The event is co-sponsored by Dominican's Service Learning Program and the Marin-based non-profit Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity (AHO).
A cast of more than 50 musicians, singers, and dancers will perform in Marcia Burchard's new opera The Descent of Inanna when it makes its debut at Dominican University of California Saturday, November 5 and Sunday, November 6. The libretto is set in Sumeria (southern Iraq) and is based on the myth of the Bronze Age goddess Inanna.
Dominican University of California has received a second award from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to support construction of the University's Science Center. The $250,000 award was included as part of the 2005 NASA Appropriations Bill. This is in addition to the $1.5 million Dominican was awarded from NASA in 2004.
Dominican University of California has been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Marin Community Foundation to provide continued support for the University's service learning project in 2005-2006. Service learning is a growing movement on campuses nationwide that integrates intellectual skills and ethical practices by focusing on critical, reflective thinking and civic responsibility.
Dominican University of California, a private liberal arts university located in Marin County, is offering admission, accommodation, and scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students from the San Francisco Bay Area who are enrolled in universities affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Desaree Williams, a junior biology major in Dominican University of California’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, has been offered an appointment to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program.
Melba Beals, chair of Dominican University of California's Department of Communications and a Congressional Medal recipient, will be honored on August 30 in Little Rock, Arkansas, for her role in the civil rights movement. Beals was one of nine black children who integrated Central High School in Little Rock in 1957.
Grammy-nominated Congolese/Belgian artist ZAP MAMA will perform at Dominican University of California on Monday, September 19 at 8 p.m. in Angelico Concert Hall in celebration of the launch of the University's Women and Gender Studies (WGS) program. The WGS community event is a component of The Woman Tour, a three-week initiative of film screenings and special appearances by ZAP MAMA to promote awareness of women's health in the developing world.
Four scientists have joined Dominican University of California's Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics as the University moves ahead with plans to establish a biomedical research program. The new faculty members will involve undergraduate students in stem cell and breast cancer research.