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Alumna's Dominican experience leads to job at Facebook
Rachel Sadacca ’12 works at Facebook, but her journey to the largest social media company in the world didn’t start when she first created her profile in her dorm during freshman orientation. It began when she came to face-to-face with classmates, professors, and advisors at Dominican.
Dominican adding Social Justice major this fall aimed at civic engagement
In response to a growing number of students interested in careers focused on social justice and civic engagement, Dominican University of California is adding a new degree program in social justice this fall.
BFA in Dance alumna presents work at acclaimed summer dance festival
As an artist and educator in Jacob Pillow’s Curriculum in Motion and Medicine in Motion programs, BFA in Dance alumna Liv Schaffer ’13 was given a chance of a lifetime to present her work at the oldest internationally acclaimed summer dance festival in the country.
`Colleges of Distinction' recognizes Dominican as a top university nationally
Dominican University of California has received national recognition for its engaged students, outstanding teaching, and successful outcomes by being named a 2019-2020 College of Distinction by a popular college guide.
Communications students thrive in summer jobs as pro baseball broadcasters
Communication and Media Studies majors, Soren O’Connell ’20 and Forrest Hunt ’20 are thankful for what they see as a once-in-a-lifetime chance at their young age – the opportunity to jump from Penguin Radio to professional baseball.
Business school graduate creates own social media marketing company
Cady Marsh ’07 ’09 MBA has transformed from a business student to blossoming into a social butterfly to owning her own social media marketing company to becoming president elect of the Dominican Alumni Association board of directors.
Career Services adding two popular online platforms for job search
Thanks to a generous grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, Dominican is adding valuable new tools this fall that will help students and alumni plan and expand their careers and broaden their job search.
Sisters exploring summer research/internship opportunities
When selecting a college, sisters Elina ’19 and Sevil ’20 Chelebieva were determined to stay close to home – and to each other. This summer, however, they are worlds apart thanks to some of the many opportunities they have received at Dominican.
Dr. Yung-Jae Lee named new dean of Barowsky School of Business
Dominican University of California President Mary B. Marcy has named Dr. Yung-Jae Lee as dean of the Barowsky School of Business. His appointment begins August 1, 2019.
Dominican To-Do List: Hike Gold Hill Grade
Business major Nhan Pham '19, who transferred to Dominican as a freshmen, is returning in the fall to pursue his MBA degree on campus where he was heavily involved in the Service-Learning program. When asked what he enjoyed most at Dominican on and off campus this is what he said:
Dominican To-Do List: Visit San Francisco
Emanuel “Manny” Cifuentes-Machado ’19 was the recipient of a Melba Beals Award for Excellence in Diversity this year. He seeking his master's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs. When asked what he enjoyed most at Dominican on and off campus this is what he said:
Dominican To-Do List: Sightseeing in Sausalito
Biology major Briana Chavez '19 knew at age 10 she wanted a career in medicine. This summer she is working with Scribe America while deciding which med school or Master's program to enter to pursue her doctorate. When asked what she enjoyed most at Dominican on and off campus this is what she said:
Biology graduate praises mentors as he enters doctorate program at UC-Berkeley
The news that Dimitrios Camacho ’19 had been accepted into the Molecular and Cell Biology Ph.D. program at UC Berkeley brought tears to his eyes. For good reason.
Dominican To-Do List: Hiking Mt. Tam With Friends
Samantha Easley '19 was named the winner of the Veritas Cup at Commencement in May. She is seeking her Master of Education degree in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs at the University of Southern California. When asked what she enjoyed most at Dominican on and off campus this is what she said:
Dominican To-Do List: Watch sunrise above Golden Gate Bridge
Jake Quast ’19 was named Outstanding Student at Commencement in May. He is now working full-time in Houston with alliantgroup, the nation’s premier provider of specialty tax services. When asked what he enjoyed most about Dominican on and off campus, this is what he said:
315 undergraduates, 142 graduate students confer degrees at Commencement 2019
Touching on her life as an immigrant and how she adapted to challenges to launch her remarkable career, Joanna Hoffman delivered the keynote address as Dominican celebrated Commencement 2019 on May 18 by conferring degrees on 457 students, including 315 undergraduates and 142 graduates.
Adult Degree Completion program grad overcomes obstacles
When Robert Daley enrolled in Dominican’s Adult Degree Completion program, he knew that balancing school, a full-time job overseeing shelter operations for Catholic Charities, and a twice weekly commute from Santa Rosa would be a challenge.
San Quentin visit prepared students for "Shakespeare After Prison" event
Seventeen students from Perry Guevara’s Advanced Writing & Research and Science Writing courses visited San Quentin on April 28 to participate in theater exercises with inmates as part of Dominican’s partnership with the Marin Shakespeare Company.
Joanna Hoffman to deliver keynote address at Commencement 2019
Joanna Hoffman, one of the original members of both the Apple Computer Macintosh team and the NeXT team, will receive an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree and deliver the keynote address at Dominican University of California’s 2019 commencement ceremony on May 18, 2019.
ADC graduate to present at Bay Area Undergraduate Art History Research Symposium
Robert Daley ’19, who recently earned his BA in Humanities and Cultural Studies, represented Dominican as a presenter at the 10th Annual Bay Area Undergraduate Art History Research Symposium. The event was held April 27 at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
Biology student thriving in Pre-Med Mentor Program with Kaiser
While conducting and presenting research focused on ocean acidification is giving Kate Romano ’20 a strong foundation in the sciences, it is her work in the Dominican/Kaiser Permanente Pre-Med Mentor Program that has solidified her decision to become a pediatrician.
Fun-filled Reunion Weekend to honor Class of 1969, service award winners
About 150 proud Dominican University of California alumni will return to campus for the annual Alumni Reunion Weekend Friday and Saturday, April 26-27
BFA in Dance alumna makes television debut in FX series Fosse/Verdon
After finishing a six-month run on Broadway in the musical revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, Anna Noble '11 is now dancing from stage to the small screen.
Dominican Scholar research by alumna having worldwide impact
Isabel Paner ’18 was surprised when she heard that the research paper she presented last year at Dominican’s Scholarly and Creative Works Conference (SCW) has been downloaded by people in the United Kingdom, Spain, Argentina, South Korea, Finland, Thailand, Australia and Canada.
Alumna inspired by civil rights hero to pursue career as news reporter
Civil rights hero Dr. Melba Pattillo Beals, Chair Emeritus of the Department of Communications and Media Studies, inspired and encouraged Amanda Aguilar ’13 to follow her dreams and become a reporter.
Kapamilya Club hosts Filipino Cultural Night with "Liwanag"
With its active student membership growing to 150, the popular Kapamilya Club at Dominican is preparing for its eighth annual Pilipino Cultural Night with "Liwanag" on Sunday, April 14, in Angelico Concert Hall, starting at 2 p.m.
Psychology professor delivering mentoring research in keynote address
Mentoring relationships between students and adults may be a more practical avenue for educational success than formal programs designed to support first-generation college goers, according to researchers from Dominican University of California and Johns Hopkins University.
Golfers score well on course and in classroom with multiple opportunities
When Jake Quast ‘19, Brandon Brame ’19, and Nick Rivera ’19 arrived as freshmen, they knew little about each other apart from sharing an interest in business and a talent for golf.
Barowsky business students gain full-time jobs prior to graduation
With graduation two months away, a growing number of business students at Dominican already have secured notable full-time positions before graduation in May.
Students to present at Scholarly and Creative Works Conference April 17
More than 160 research presentations--ranging from the link between parental involvement and academic self-efficacy in college students, the developmental effects of e-cigarette use by teens, to the acute health effects of Northern California wildfires—will be presented at Dominican University of California’s fifth annual Scholarly and Creative Works Conference, April 17.
Dominican, City of Novato program focuses on "Reimagining Citizenship"
Novato City Council has approved the Reimagining Citizenship program for an additional four years.
Supportive learning environment leads alumna to veterinary school
Currently in her second year in Veterinary School at The Ohio State University, Amanda Gaytan ’15 recalls how much she thrived in Dominican’s supportive environment. Hands-on research with faculty mentors developed her passion for science, a field biology course in New Zealand deepened her sense of community with both faculty and peers, and on-the-job training with a Dominican MBA alum solidified her decision to pursue a career in veterinary medicine
Alumna follows path through Dominican to TV reporting position
When Frankie Katafias ’15, now working for KIVI/KNIN TV’s “Good Morning Idaho,” was growing up in Orange County, she often dreamed about what life would be like if she worked in television.
Annual Day of Giving
A record number of gifts from the Dominican University of California community helped raise $106,761 from 590 donors during the third annual day of giving, All In for Dominican, on March 19.
David Brooks Challenge inspires student essays in coursework
An upcoming campus lecture by author and New York Times columnist David Brooks has inspired a campus-wide writing “challenge” issued by Dominican’s Institute for Leadership Studies and the Department of Political Science and International Studies.
Peace Corps opportunity beckons biology major, CASC minor
Inspired by his community engagement efforts from San Rafael to Cincinnati, and with support from faculty, staff, and classmates, Biology major and Community Action and Social Change minor Dylan Martins ’19 successfully applied to the Peace Corps.
Students seek alternative spring break options to learn, serve community
From studying ecology in Thailand to understanding the principles of sustainability in Arizona, more than 30 Dominican students spent their spring break immersed in a wide range of hands-on learning activities outside the classroom.
Nursing student's plight representative of Day of Giving spirit
Nursing is the perfect career for Sebastian Shigeyoshi ’20. He’s compassionate, thoughtful, engaging, and feels a strong sense of commitment to helping others.
Historic season for women's basketball team ends at NCAA Div. II West Regional
The historic journey of the Dominican University of California women’s basketball team ran out of gas in San Diego on March 15.
Panetta Institute intern inspired by four fields of study
Panetta Institute intern Delainey Boyd ’19 came to Dominican from Colorado with a plan: to become a special education teacher and, ultimately, an advocate for special needs children
Alum progressing toward family medicine doctorate degree
As he closes in on his doctorate degree at UC Davis, Jordan Rode ’14 looks back at Dominican and the advantages and opportunities it afforded.
Dr. Leeds among finalists for national faculty mentor award
As the Faculty Athletics Representative at Dominican, Dr. Christopher Leeds makes his Penguin student-athletes his business. But his interest and support doesn’t end when their games are over.
Basketball star leads Dominican to first ever NCAA Div. II tournament berth
Natalie Diaz '19 says she is living the Dominican dream and now she is the University's all-time career scoring leader in women's basketball in leading the Penguins to their first ever appearance in the NCAA Division II West Region tournament in San Diego March 15-17.
Student-athlete connects with LinkedIn Business Leadership Program
Competing in NCAA Division II athletics, studying at the University of Oxford, and landing a job with the LinkedIn Business Leadership Program (BLP) in Chicago have fulfilled the Dominican experience for business major Sophia Stetson ‘19.
Graduate Open House April 6 features MBA in Healthcare Leadership program
After 16 years working as a cardiothoracic operating room nurse for Sutter Healthcare in San Francisco, Heidi Gigliotti ’02 picked the perfect time to return to Dominican to advance her career.
Tilden Trio closes curtain on 2018-19 Guest Concert Series
The popular Tilden Trio from Marin County returned to Angelico Concert Hall on March 3 to close the 18th season of the Guest Concert Series at Dominican University of California in San Rafael.
Alum's passion for research leads to graduate program with Buck Institute
After earning his undergraduate degree in molecular and cell biology from UC Berkeley, Kenneth Wilson M.S. ’14 searched for a hands-on graduate program that would take him out of the lecture hall and into the lab.
Global Public Health student's research inspired by Costa Rica trip
A research trip to Costa Rica last summer inspired Keira Dagy ’19 to combine her interest in global health with a long-time goal to pursue a career in environmental science.
From Chicago to the BFA in Dance program stage for Senior Projects
As Pauline Mosley ’19 and Aidan O’Leary ‘19, both from Chicago, prepare for their Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA in Dance performances in the Senior Projects this month, the inspiration for their choreographed works is drawn from their Dominican experience and summer internships
Del Sol String Quartet performs in Guest Concert Series
The Del Sol String Quartet returned to Dominican University of California in San Rafael to perform in the Guest Concert Series in Angelico Concert Hall on February 10.
Alum mentors students interning at his start-up business
At Dominican, Rob Chase MBA ’00 gained the tools to develop and build a successful healthcare business. Now he’s paying it forward, creating internships for Dominican students and serving as a mentor as they embark on their own careers.
English class inspires student-athlete to University of Oxford semester abroad
Although she is a Communication and Media Studies major, it was an English class her freshman year that helped inspire and steer Lily Dubuc ’19 in another direction. Next stop: the University of Oxford.
MS Bio Science international students pursue doctorate degrees
After gaining extensive hands-on experiences in Dominican’s MS in Biological Sciences program and publishing alongside faculty mentors in a prestigious peer-reviewed journal, international graduate students Maryam Fallatah MS ’16 and Hongye Zou MS '16 are furthering their studies as PhD students at UC Irvine and UC Davis respectively.
MFA student/poet returns to graduate program for creative writing
A workshop hosted by Dr. Joan Baranow, Director of Graduate Humanities, was the re-launching point for poet and MFA student Catharine Clark-Sayles ’19. Catharine, who grew up with a passion for literature and writing, put writing on hold when she enrolled in medical school on an army scholarship.
Soccer star Abby Wambach added to 2019 ILS Spring Lecture Series lineup
Two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup soccer star Abby Wambach has been added to the 2019 Spring Leadership Lecture Series at Dominican University of California on Wednesday, April 17.
Nursing program alum completes humanitarian missions aboard U.S. Navy ship
Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG) Justin Valdez ’15, who has served humanitarian missions aboard the U.S. Naval Hospital Ship Comfort, has been working at the “First and Finest” United States Navy hospital in the country, an experience aided by the training and education he received in Dominican’s nursing program.
Political scientist's research focuses on State of the Union Address
When President Trump delivers his rescheduled State of the Union Address on February 5, Dominican University of California political scientist Alison Howard will be watching to see how he uses the Address to both communicate with the public and make specific requests of Congress.
Former Iranian prisoner Jason Rezaian opens ILS Spring Lecture Series
Marin County native Jason Rezaian, former Tehran bureau chief for the Washington Post, opened the 2019 Spring Lecture Leadership Series at Dominican University of California in San Rafael on Monday before an appreciative crowd of more than 600 in Angelico Concert Hall.
MBA Boot Camp offers students hands-on experience
More than a dozen students began their life-changing MBA journey January 18-20 in the Barowsky School of Business MBA Bootcamp.
Students think outside the lab in marine mammal research
While tourists visiting San Francisco are entertained by the barking sea lions at PIER 39, students in Doreen Gurrola’s Research Methodology course look at these marine mammals much differently -- with binoculars.
2019 Spring Leadership Lecture Series lineup announced
Philanthropist and businesswoman Melinda Gates, New York Times columnist and political commentator David Brooks, former Barack Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett, and Jason Rezaian, former Tehran bureau chief for the Washington Post will appear at Dominican University of California in the Spring 2019 Leadership Lecture Series.
Service-Learning Symposium showcases students' experiences in community
Students in the Service-Learning program shared their personal experiences of community involvement at the biannual S-L Symposium on Tuesday, December 11, from noon to 1:30 p.m. before a standing room only crowd in Creekside Room.
Public History students present immigration research in "Angel Island Experience"
For Andriana Stenros ’19, Lexi Schumacher ’18 and 15 other students in Dr. Jordan Lieser’s Public History course this semester, the opportunity to extensively research and ostensibly re-create the Angel Island immigration process was more valuable than they could have imagined.
Liberal Arts meets Technology in new computer science minor
Dominican University of California today announced the launch of an innovative new degree program that pairs a liberal arts or pre-professional degree with a computer science minor. The program’s curriculum, developed with input from leading employers including Facebook, Lyft, and LinkedIn, is designed to equip graduates with hard and soft skills to compete in an increasingly digital world of work
Passion for science, 10,000 Degrees scholarship fuel freshman's dream
When Lubna Mulla 22’ talks about science, her face just lights up. Science has been her favorite subject since middle school, when a biology class helped ease her transition from India to the United States.
Dominican classes canceled through Wednesday, November 21
Due to continued unhealthy air quality in Marin County and Northern California, classes and select events scheduled for Monday, November 19, through Wednesday, November 21, were canceled.
Dr. Ruth Ramsey honored during International Education Week
Dr. Ruth Ramsey, Dean of the School of Health and Natural Sciences, was named recipient of this year’s Françoise Lepage Global Achievement Award at the Consular Corps and Global Achievement Honoree Reception during International Education Week at Dominican.
JUNTOS experience inspires dance major for Fall Showcase
Zara Anwar’s performance Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA in Dance Fall Showcase on November 9-10 in Angelico Concert Hall was inspired by her work with JUNTOS Collective, a non-profit organization that engages students from across the United States to teach dance in underserved communities.
Pianist William Wolfram performs in Guest Concert Series
Pianist William Wolfram, silver medalist at both the William Kapell and the Naumburg International Piano Competitions, and a bronze medalist at the prestigious Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow, performed in the 2018-19 Guest Concert Series at Dominican University of California on November 11.
Digital portfolios create advantage within The Dominican Experience
Kate Shaffer ’19 wasn’t 100% sold on the digital portfolio concept until her portfolio landed her a job.
Student organizations host Election Day party in Fanjeaux Hall
Pre-Law, History, and Political Science and International Studies student organizations held a 2018 Midterm Elections Party November 6 from 6-9 p.m. in Fanjeaux Hall on the Dominican campus.
Behind the scenes look at making of The Dominican Experience video
Jennifer Bellingham’s Dominican experience was so rewarding that she wound up being hired by the University to create a promotional video about it.
Six college teams visit Dominican for Penguin Debate Tournament
Dominican University hosted 28 student teams featuring 56 individual participants from six other colleges -- UC Berkeley, the University of Utah, the University of Arizona, Humboldt State University, Claremont McKenna College, and Los Medanos Community College -- in the Fourth Annual Penguin Invitational Worlds Style/BP Debate Tournament on November 3-4 in Guzman Hall.
Father's path inspires soccer-playing son to follow footsteps to Dominican
Equipped with a GI Bill and a goal of finally earning a college degree, Tom Albert ’15 entered the Adult Degree Completion program. He achieved his dream and now his oldest son, Matt Albert ‘20, is following his footsteps toward a degree at Dominican.
Internships, relationships lead alumna to Children's Hospital nursing career
Since she was 10 years old, Lucy Camarena ’15 knew she wanted to be in the medical field. Internships and relationships at Dominican helped Lucy realize her dream.
Site-specific art installation project takes shape across campus
In a unique form of self-expression, Art 1082/3D Design students will visualize their thoughts and ideas through nine site-specific art installations they are creating across the Dominican campus to be displayed, weather permitting, from October 24-31.
Soul Candy XIX showcases diverse talents of Dominican students
Dominican students were treated to free food and free entertainment on October 24, when hidden talents were on display at Soul Candy XIX.
Alumna thriving as arts manager for City of Los Angeles
A love of art has led Tashina Garcia-Garza ’08, ‘14 MA from Victorville, a small town in the California high desert, to Los Angeles where she runs the municipal art program at the Los Angeles International Airport.
Presidential hopeful Julian Castro speaks in ILS Fall Lecture Series
Politician -- and possible 2020 U.S. presidential candidate -- Julian Castro closed the 2018 Fall Leadership Lecture Series at Dominican University of California in San Rafael on October 25. The series is presented by Dominican in partnership with Book Passage.
ILS Fall Lecture Series welcomes presidential historian Michael Beschloss
Presidential historian Michael Beschloss spoke in the 2018 Fall Leadership Lecture Series at Dominican University of California on October 18.The series is presented by Dominican in partnership with Book Passage.
Convocation kicks off exciting Family Weekend 2018 at Dominican
Academic achievements, athletic contests, and many other fun activities will highlight Convocation and Family Weekend 2018 on Friday and Saturday, October 26-27.
Student team wins $1,000 top prize in Penguin Tank competition
The Physician Assistant Studies’ team “Physician Assistant Society” won the top prize – $1,000 – in the Second Annual Penguin Tank competition in the Garden Room on October 10.
Students collaborate with professionals at IPE Speed Networking event
More than 100 Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant and Nursing students met with local professionals and clinicians in Dominican’s inaugural Interprofessional Education (IPE) Speed Networking event on October 10.
Information sessions for prospective graduate students at Dominican
Prospective graduate students are welcomed to attend a series of information sessions at Dominican University of California in San Rafael, starting Thursday, October 11, with a MS in Counseling Psychology from 6-7 p.m. in Magnolia House.
PoliSci class hosts voter information sessions for students
“My favorite saying is that `Democracy requires participation and participation requires information,’ ” says Alison Howard, Chair of the Division of Political Science, International Studies, and History.
Alum utilizing golf scholarship to pursue master's degree in UK
Golf was important to Drew Nelson ’17 when he was an Academic All-American at Dominican earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in business. He didn’t know then that golf would become the link to receiving a scholarship that will allow him to pursue a Master’s of Science (MSc) in Management with a focus in Finance at Durham University in England.
"No Belles" play at Dominican celebrates role of women in science
The Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at Dominican is hosting “No Belles,” a dramatic play by Portal Theater actors, in Angelico Concert Hall on Friday, October 12, starting at 3:30 p.m.
Associate art professor wins Pamela Levine leadership award
Lynn Sondag, Associate Professor of Art in the Department of Art, Art History, and Design, has been awarded the Pamela Levine Arts Education Leadership Award by Marin nonprofit Youth in Arts.
Dominican announces computer science partnership with Make School
Dominican University of California and San Francisco-based Make School are collaborating on a creative new venture that will reimagine the bachelor’s degree for today’s students and tomorrow’s workforce.
Kleiner Perkins’ Randy Komisar talks with BSB students
Kleiner Perkins Advisor Randy Komisar, co-founder of Claris Corporation and CEO of LucasArts Entertainment and Crystal Dynamics, talked with Barowsky School of Business (BSB) students in Guzman Lecture Hall on September 27, sharing invaluable insight into entrepreneurship.
Dr. Hall named "Campus Champion" for supercomputing network
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has named Dr. Randy Hall, Dominican’s Dr. Lillian L.Y. Wang Endowed Professor in Chemistry, as a “Campus Champion” for the XSEDE (eXtreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment) supercomputing network.
MBA global business focus helps alumna jump to job in China
The value of the versatility Mengya Wang MBA ’15 learned in Global Business at Dominican is now being realized in her new position as Community Manager for The JUMP! Foundation in Beijing, China.
Guest Concert Series welcomes Wolfram piano recital Nov. 11
A guitar recital featuring Korean-born Jiji and special guest Gulli Björnsson from Iceland opened the 2018-19 Guest Concert Series at Dominican University of California on September 30. The lineup for the 18th season of GCS also includes pianist William Wolfram, the Del Sol String Quartet, and the Tilden Trio.
Actress Sally Field in conversation with Janis Cooke Newman at Dominican
Academy Award-winning actress and director Sally Field spoke in the 2018 Fall Leadership Lecture Series at Dominican University of California on September 29 in front of a crowd of more than 600. She appeared in conversation with author Janis Cooke Newman in the only stop in Northern California on the "In Pieces" national book tour.
Business student inspired to help organize 2020 Census Awareness event
Encouraged and supported by faculty and staff, Karla Hernandez Navarro ’20 has been inspired to apply the skills she has gained in the classroom to bring a Census Awareness event to Dominican.
Dominican welcomes Japanese Occupational Therapy students to campus
Students and faculty in the Department of Occupational Therapy at Dominican University of California hosted 28 OT students from Osaka, Japan in an educational and cultural exchange on the San Rafael campus September 18-20.
Global learning real-world experience invaluable for MBA student
Traveling to Buenos Aires this summer to participate in the Barowsky School of Business’ Global Consulting Practicum was an invaluable experience for Josh Godoy ’16 and ’18 MBA in his new job with a worldwide software company headquartered in San Francisco.
From Adult Degree Completion program to Master's in Humanities
“I think the Humanities and Cultural Studies program was a no brainer for me for my work, I so made a really conscious decision when I chose that program because I could see very clearly the path of the degree and how that supports my professional career.” - Sara Moncada (MA Humanities ‘18)
Senator John Kerry in conversation with Governor Jay Inslee at Dominican
Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry opened the 2018 Fall Leadership Lecture Series on Thursday. Senator Kerry appeared on the Angelico Concert Hall stage in conversation with Washington Governor Jay Inslee before a crowd of more than 500.
U.S. News and World Report ranks Dominican one of top colleges in West
The U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges guidebook has once again ranked Dominican University of California as one of the top regional universities in the West.