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  • Ugne Narbutaite

    COD Student Serves on ICCB Student Committee

    College of DuPage student Ugne Narbutaite has been selected as the student representative for the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) Student Advisory Committee. Narbutaite will begin her year-long term of service on July 1 and fills the seat previously held by COD student Stephanie Torres. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD, Hospice Provide Culinary Grief Therapy

    A new partnership between the College of DuPage Culinary Arts program and Alexian Brothers Hospice combines cooking instruction with support for men and women moving past the death of their spouses. Each semester, David Kramer (above) and Laura Lerdal present a free workshop that focuses on cooking techniques for one. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Students Participate in Chemistry Internships

    For the third consecutive year, five College of DuPage students are participating in prestigious summer chemistry research internships through the College Foundation’s Resource for Excellence Grant program. Valentina Guarino and Colin Kelliher (above left) are at Northwestern University, and Gareth Chavez, Michael Giurini and Kai Libby (above right) are at Hope College in Michigan. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Ziemer architecture photo

    COD Student Takes First Prize in Competition

    College of DuPage Architecture student Matthew Ziemer recently earned the top prize at the second annual Coalition of Community College Architectures Programs student design competition. Ziemer’s design (above) incorporates a series of levels to coexist with a series of plateaus found at Blackwell Forest Preserve in Wheaton. Click on the headline for more information.

  • July 4 parade

    College of DuPage Celebrates July 4 in Glen Ellyn

    New College of DuPage President Dr. Ann Rondeau (right) takes a look at photos snapped by College of DuPage student Brady O'Brien during the Glen Ellyn July 4 parade. Dr. Rondeau joined members of the Board of Trustees and COD students, faculty and staff to celebrate Independence Day and begin a yearlong celebration of the College’s 50th anniversary. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Dr. Ann Rondeau

    Greetings From President Dr. Ann Rondeau

    New College of DuPage President Dr. Ann Rondeau extends a warm greeting to the College community as she begins serving as COD's sixth president. Click on the headline to read her welcome message. 

  • Todd Jelinek

    COD Student Selected for CBYX Program

    College of DuPage student Todd Jelinek will spend the next year studying and working in Germany as part of the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) program. Jelinek is one of only 75 students in the U.S. from more than 700 applicants selected for participation in this yearlong, federally funded fellowship for study and work in Germany. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Kathy Cabai

    Kathy Cabai Outstanding Full-Time Faculty

    Kathy Cabai, professor and coordinator of the Surgical Technology program at College of DuPage, has been named the Overall Outstanding Faculty Member for 2015-2016. Click on the headline for more information.

  • NASA robotics team

    Students Take Part in NASA Robotics Competition

    For the second year in a row, College of DuPage was one of only two community colleges invited to participate in the 2016 NASA Robotic Mining Competition held at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Geared toward undergraduate and graduate student teams, the competition required teams to design and build a mining robot that could navigate a simulated Martian terrain. Click on the headline for more information.

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