Jaimelynn Cruz MAT '11 has been selected as a Hawaii State Teacher Fellow with Hope Street Group, a national nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding economic opportunity and prosperity in America.
Chicago Tribune's Career Builder section, GSLIS Assistant Dean Diane Foote claims that access to a wealth of information on the Internet has placed even more importance on librarians, many of whom are now responsible for training library patrons about the many resources available to them. In addition, the library field has expanded to include jobs at law, medical or corporate libraries as well as government agencies and military bases.
Fifteen years ago, The Blair Witch Project was unleashed on the world—and both filmgoers and movie marketing campaigns have never been the same, according to Carrie Lynn Reinhard, assistant professor of communication arts and sciences.
Several Dominican alumnae have stayed in touch and continued the love of reading they cultivated while attending Rosary College—through the wonders of Facebook.
More than 1,000 people felt the glee at Dominican's 34th Annual Trustee Benefit Concert & Gala, featuring Matthew Morrison, the Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe-nominated singer/dancer/actor on March 8.
Dominican University’s most prestigious honor, the Caritas Veritas Award, recognizes a graduate whose life reflects Dominican's motto in a distinguished way.
In an op-ed for CNN.com, David Perry, PhD, associate professor of history, says Starbucks' new tuition benefit for employees may in fact be a net loss in the country's quest for affordable college education.
The Brennan School of Business at Dominican University has earned initial accreditation by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Steve Thomma '76 completed a star turn alongside President Barack Obama and comedian Joel McHale as host of the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner on Saturday, May 3
Brennan School of Business professor Jeff Bell discusses Chicago's new Digital Hub on NBC 5 Chicago.
David M. Perry, associate professor of history, is now a regular columnist for the Chronicle of Higher Education.
In advance of Google's April 15 one-day public sale of its Google Glass computerized eyewear technology, CarrieLynn Reinhard, assistant professor of communication arts and sciences, checked out Dominican's own pair.
A front-page Chicago Tribune from March 22 story tells how Dominican University apparel design students partnered with Grace House, a recovery facility for former convicts, to provide residents with custom-fit business attire.
John Jenks, professor of journalism, discussed the legacy of Rev. Carl McIntire, the famed conservative radio host who fought the Fairness Doctrine by attempting to take his show offshore in 1973.