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Siena Center Lecture: Fr. Gregory Boyle, SJ (Sold Out) | September 30

Boyle is the founder and director of Los Angeles' of Homeboy Industries, the largest gang intervention, rehabilitation and re-entry program in the United States. 

Upcoming Events

President's Signature Concert: Kathy Mattea | October 18

Grammy Award winner Kathy Mattea brings her signature bluegrass sound to Dominican's Lund Auditorium.

Siena Center Mini-Courses | October 22

Dominican University’s St. Catherine of Siena Center will offer two separate mini-courses this fall. Each course meets for 90 minutes, once a week for three consecutive weeks. 

Ethics and Leadership Lecture: Patrick Fitzgerald | October 22

Patrick Fitzgerald, the former U.S. Attorney for Northern Illinois whose prosecutions of organized crime and public corrupation won national acclaim, is the guest of the Brennan School of Business.

Recipe Box Café | October 23

The Recipe Box Café is a café with Nutrition students as cooks and waitstaff. With a professional chef aiding in production the food will be fresh and healthy. 

Siena Center Lecture: "Using Neuroscience to Achieve Moral Perfection" | October 23

Robert Calin-Jageman, assistant professor of psychology and chair of the Dominican's neuroscience department, presents "The Past, Present and Future of Using Neuroscience to Achieve Moral Perfection."

Six Flags Fright Fest: October | October 24 to 26

Dominican University is partnering again this year to offer discounted alumni tickets to Fright Fest at Six Flags Great America.  The discount will be valid on Fright Fest's opening weekend, Septem

GSLIS Online Information Session | October 27

Discover what is Distinctly Dominican. Learn about the Dominican University Graduate School of Library and Information Science degree programs and various certification opportunities.

Siena Center Mini-Courses | October 29

Dominican University’s St. Catherine of Siena Center will offer two separate mini-courses this fall. Each course meets for 90 minutes, once a week for three consecutive weeks. 

Recipe Box Café | October 30

The Recipe Box Café features healthy menus planned, prepared, and served by nutrition science students in the Quantity Food Production and Service course (NUTR 407). 

Memorial Mass and Brunch | November 2

Dominican University invites you to remember deceased family, friends and members of the Dominican community at our annual Memorial Mass on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 11 a.m.

MA in Conflict Resolution Information Session | November 3

Get information about Chicago's only master's degree in conflict resolution, offered by the School of Professional and Continuing Studies.

Siena Center Mini-Courses | November 4

Dominican University’s St. Catherine of Siena Center will offer two separate mini-courses this fall. Each course meets for 90 minutes, once a week for three consecutive weeks. 

Mazzuchelli Lecture: Tina Taylor-Ritzler, PhD | November 5

Tina Taylor-Ritzler, assistant professor of psychology at Dominican, presents "Caritas et Veritas: The Case for Cultural Competence."

Recipe Box Café | November 6

The Recipe Box Café features healthy menus planned, prepared, and served by nutrition science students in the Quantity Food Production and Service course (NUTR 407).

School of Education Information Session | November 6

Learn about job opportunities in education and our master's degree, licensure and endorsement programs for current and aspiring teachers.

Discover Dominican | November 8

Learn about our challenging academic fields, generous financial aid and scholarship opportunities, and see for yourself why we're a College of Distinction.

Veterans Day Visit | November 10 to 11

The best way to get to know Dominican University is to visit.

Siena Center Mini-Courses | November 11

Dominican University’s St. Catherine of Siena Center will offer two separate mini-courses this fall. Each course meets for 90 minutes, once a week for three consecutive weeks. 

Recipe Box Café | November 13

The Recipe Box Café features healthy menus planned, prepared, and served by nutrition science students in the Quantity Food Production and Service course (NUTR 407). 

Albertus Magnus Lecture: The Anatomy of Violence | November 13

Adrian Raine of Penn and Tobias Winright of Saint Louis University examine the biological roots of crime.