News at COD
Anna Gorman (above left) and Molly Langlotz are the 2018 Outstanding Graduates at College of DuPage. Gorman is earning her Associate in Arts degree and plans to transfer to Elmhurst College, where she will major in Political Science and Philosophy. Langlotz is also earning her Associate in Arts degree and will major in Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Click on the headline for more information.
Guests turned out to view the works of COD Photography students and local high school students at “Exposed,” the program’s fourth annual showcase. Students presented work in a variety of areas and had the opportunity to share their portfolios and marketing materials, receive feedback, discuss their work, network, and meet prospective clients and employers. Click on the headline for more photos.
College of DuPage students present the results of research projects conducted in their Composition II courses at the third annual “See Writing Differently: A Celebration of Writing.” The event gave students the opportunity to showcase their work and receive feedback on original projects created during the spring semester in an interactive forum. Click on the headline for more photos.
COD President Dr. Ann Rondeau and Board Chairman Deanne Mazzochi officially opened the new Learning Commons West, joined by several area elected officials, May 3 at the Technical Education Center. Citing the College’s dedication to student success, Mazzochi applauded the work of Learning Commons’ staff in helping students realize their goals. Click on the headline for more information, photos and a video.
The new exhibit in the Wings Gallery at College of DuPage fuses fashion and photography by showcasing dresses created from newspapers. “Zlatka Burtis: Newspaper Dolls” features original works by COD student Burtis, whose eye for creativity has elevated a class project into a work of art. Click on the headline for more information and photos.
During the recent Celebration of Academic Excellence, Lauren Phegley (second from left) was recognized as the recipient of the North Central College Transfer Scholarship and Sarah Volle (second from right) for receiving the Elmhurst College Transfer Scholarship, both full-tuition awards. The annual event recognized the 2017-2018 Honors and Scholars award recipients. Click on the headline for information and photos.
Participants learn about the genetics of ball pythons and other reptiles during the third annual STEMCON at College of DuPage. Approximately 2,000 community members attended the all-day event, which featured more than 60 booths offering activities, including crime scene investigation, cryptography, electricity and magnetism, infrared waves, the physics of flight, and robotics. Click on the headline for more photos.
Dan Cook from Weil-McLain speaks in College of DuPage's HVAC lab with attendees during the inaugural TEC Spotlight event. Approximately 200 people visited COD’s state-of-the-art Technical Education Center and networked with College representatives, employers and vendors while exploring the many programs housed in the TEC. Click on the headline for more information and photos.
COD Continuing Education office’s Senior Expo featured vendor table exhibits and information on a broad range of topics, including brain health, career searching after 50, investment strategies, Medicare, Social Security and travel. Aligned with Money Smart Week, the expo also featured information on finances and free one-on-one consultations. Click on the headline for photos.
College of DuPage will host a free local crime prevention workshop for seniors from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, June 21, on the College's Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd.Read more
Registration for the summer and fall 2018 semesters is open for new and returning students at College of DuPage.Read more
Students in College of DuPage's Culinary & Hospitably program put their skills to the test, collaborating with the DuPage Convention and Visitor's Bureau to host a fundraising reception.Read more
Glen Ellyn Fourth Graders Identify Areas of Improvement as Part of Problem-Based Learning Exercise at COD
More than 60 fourth graders from Forest Glen Elementary School shared their ideas for campus and programmatic improvement as part of a recent problem-based learning project.Read more
Students presented work in a variety of areas, including fine art, commercial, studio, location, wedding, architecture, nature, photojournalism, editorial, documentary, event coverage, conceptual, digital compositing and alternative processes. In addition, students had the opportunity to share their portfolios and marketing materials, receive feedback, discuss their work, network, and meet prospective clients and employers.Read more
Volunteers will cut brush, collect and process seeds, transplant and weed invasive plants. All sessions meet in the Health and Science Center, Room 1324.Read more
Learn how to sign up for and navigate ALEKS Placement, Preparation and Learning module.Read More
Learn the benefits of exporting your products or services and how to get started.Read More
Learn more about the Criminal Justice 3+1 program through Lewis University.Read More
Learn the application process, documentation requirements and which certification best suits you for qualification.Read More
Learn more about the Management 3+1 program through Benedictine University.Read More
Learn more about the social media platform.Read More
Learn how to sign up for and navigate the ALEKS Placement, Preparation, and Learning module.Read More
Review basic geometry in preparation for taking the geometry placement test.Read More
Review the reading comprehension test, sample questions, and study aids.Read More
Get an overview of the reading comprehension test, sample questions and study aids.Read More
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