Skip to main content


Student in studio
Amplifying Creativity

Crown Library’s WeatherTech Innovation Lab and Recording Studio carry out Dominican’s forward-thinking legacy. Read more.


Sokol and Meyer at table
Authoring Lasting Legacies

Social work students help local elders pen personalized memoirs. Read more.

Memories of Fribourg

Alumnae recall life-changing experiences from university’s inaugural study abroad program. Read more.


Student Researchers Attend Neuroscience Conference

Insights gained from the memory of sea slugs continue to drive Dominican University students. Read more.

Prayer and Meditation Space Renovated

A contemplation space for Dominican students, faculty and staff of varied faith traditions and beliefs underwent renovations this semester. Read more.

Workforce Development Focus of Chicago Campus

The first cohort of associate degree students are scheduled to arrive this August. Read more.

Reaching Out to Migrant Community

Serving meals and collecting food donations were projects initiated by students in the fall. Read more.

Psychology Department Marks 50 Years

Alumnae/i, faculty, staff and students gathered to celebrate a milestone anniversary. Read more.

Emmaus Ecology Aims to Grow Church Leadership

The grant-funded program is aimed at reaching—and igniting the spirits of—youth and young adults. Read more.

Digital Navigators, Free Courses Help Advance IT Goals

A grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce has created a technology “think tank” and opportunities to become software savvy. Read more.

Heating, Air Upgrades Coming to Residence Halls

A capital improvement grant will provide Dominican with $7.5 million for infrastructure improvements. Read more.


Q&A with Athletics Director Dr. John Planek

The award-winning administrator with strong ties to the Dominican mission shares his goals for DU athletics. Read more.


Faculty News

Dominican faculty help build awareness and boost the reputation of the university. We’re pleased to highlight some of their recent accomplishments. Read more

Fulbright Focused

A prestigious award sent Dr. Anjali Chaudhry to University College Cork in Ireland as a visiting professor. Read more.


Harriet Hausman ‘72

“Tough as nails on social justice,” Harriet Hausman found many opportunities for activism during her long life. Read more.

Tina Valentino ‘82

Rosary College as the place where Tina Valentino, a suburban magazine editor, formed lasting, supportive bonds with the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters. Read more

Eric Trejo ’93, MBA ‘01

A scholarship to play for Rosary College’s new soccer program was the boost Eric Trejo needed to get him on the corporate ladder to success. Read more.

Dr. Rachel Butiko MAED ‘10

An educator of English language learners, Dr. Rachel Butiko was named Teacher of the Year at her middle school in Houston, Texas. Read more.

Sameidra Carter MSW ‘10

Thanks to the work of Sameidra Carter, vulnerable youth are receiving services that could help change the outcome of their lives. Read more.

Rich Bodee ‘16

A single course in journalism changed the trajectory of Rich Bodee’s life. Read more.


Explore Class News and More

Read the full, digital edition of the Spring 2024 issue of Dominican Magazine right here