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You are invited to events on campus and around the nation. From Rosarians to recent grads, there’s something for everyone. Click on each event for details and visit us often for the latest on events!

Are you interested in hosting an event in your area? Contact us at alumni@dom.edu or call us at (708) 524-6286.

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Special Alumnae/i Reception: We are coming to San Francisco!

January 5, 2023 - 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. PST
Alumnae/i are invited to a special reception on January 5 in San Francisco. Please join us for drinks, appetizers, and socializing. Our new President Glena Temple will also share university updates. Register Now!

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Special Alumnae/i Reception: We are coming to Orlando!

February 8, 2023 - 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. EST
Alumnae/i are invited to a special reception on February 8 in Orlando. Please join us for drinks, appetizers, and socializing. Our new President Glena Temple will also share university updates. Register Now!

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Special Alumnae/i Reception: We are coming to Tampa!

February 9, 2023 - 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET
Alumnae/i are invited to a special reception on February 9 in Tampa. Please join us for drinks, appetizers, and socializing. Our new President Glena Temple will also share university updates. Registration opens soon.

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Special Alumnae/i Reception: We are coming to Scottsdale!

February 19, 2023 - 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET
Alumnae/i are invited to a special reception on February 19 in Scottsdale. Please join us for drinks, appetizers, and socializing. Our new President Glena Temple will also share university updates. Registration opens soon.

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Special Alumnae/i Reception: We are coming to Forest Park!

March 21, 2023 - 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET
Alumnae/i are invited to a special reception on March 21 in Forest Park. Please join us for drinks, appetizers, and socializing. Our new President Glena Temple will also share university updates. Registration opens soon.

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Reunion 2023: June 9–10

June 9–10, 2023
The Office of Alumnae/i Relations has cause to celebrate—you! Congratulations to you and your classmates on your milestone reunion! We invite you to mark your calendar for Reunion 2023. We plan to celebrate your reunion on June 9–10, 2023. Read more.

Past Events

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Memorial Mass 2022

November 6, 2022
We remembered deceased members of the Dominican community at our annual Memorial Mass. Watch Recording.

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Timothy Milinovich
Faculty Presentation: Timothy Milinovich

The Haunting of Dominican!
Professor Timothy Milinovich shared stories that have been passed down over the years from the halls of Dominican's gothic buildings and campus (is that an organ playing, mysteriously, late at night?). He also discussed ways theology, horror, and biblical studies intersect. Read more and watch his full presentation.

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Reunion 2022: Glena Temple's Presidential Briefing

June 11, 2022
During Reunion weekend, President Glena Temple gave an update on the university in the Eloise Martin Recital Hall. Watch Now.

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Faculty Presentation: Jake Bucher

Restorative Justice In Our Society
Jake Bucher, Founding Dean for the College of Applied Social Sciences, talks about his teaching of the Introduction to Sociology, Juvenile Justice, and Criminal Justice course that he delivers in the Inside-Out mode at Cook County Jail. Watch his full presentation

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Faculty Presentation: Mickey Sweeney

Magic, Witches, and Women Who Know Too Much
Mickey Sweeney will reveal through imagery and the written word, insights into some of our most notable literary figures and draw through-lines to how women are portrayed today. Watch her full presentation.

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Faculty Presentation: Dr. José Blanco F.

Redesigning Fashion: How the Pandemic Changed Fashion Week
Dr. José Blanco F. shares insights on how, in just a few months, COVID-19 upended the fashion show industry. Watch his full presentation.

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Faculty Presentation: Drs. Irina Calin-Jageman and Robert Calin-Jageman

Why Do We Forget? Using Sea Slugs to Understand Memory and Memory Loss
Drs. Irina Calin-Jageman and Robert Calin-Jageman research Aplysia californica (i.e., sea slugs) to help determine why neural connections are lost and, in some cases, regained. Watch their full presentation