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The COD News Bureau is the College's primary source of news and information. Whether it happens in the classroom, in a laboratory or out in the field, the News Bureau brings you timely stories about every aspect of learning and discovery at COD.

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COD and Arizona State University recently announced a Universal Articulation agreement.

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Be one of the first to take advantage of College of DuPage’s new Aviation Management program launching this fall.

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Lily Goodfellow writes the Athlete of the Week column for The Courier, the student newspaper. Her goal is to pursue a career in broadcast journalism and work for ESPN as a sideline reporter at the Special Olympics.

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The Cleve Carney Museum of Art in the MAC presents WARHOL featuring “Andy Warhol Portfolios: A Life in Pop | Works from the Bank of America Collection” June 3 to Sept. 10.

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Open enrollment for fall courses at College of DuPage is now open for all returning and new students.

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COD Experts

This June, Americans will celebrate Juneteenth to commemorate the ending of slavery in the United States. COD History Professor Sam Mitrani can discuss the history of Juneteenth, how the commemoration developed and its meaning today within the context of current racial equity issues in America . Contact Mitrani

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Makkara Phann

"I have met so many incredible people at COD who are very understanding and helpful. The teachers have passion, and their passion creates passion in others. This is why I want to become a teacher.” - Makkara Phann, Teacher Preparation

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Greg Romero

“COD set the foundation for everything I needed to progress in my career and in my education. It has helped me to be where I’m at in life today.” - Greg Romero, Automotive Service Technology

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"By the end of my degree, I had made an entire fashion collection and learned many valuable lessons about finding myself in a different country." - Aby Cardenas, Fashion Studies

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Devin Oommen

“I am forever grateful to the Political Science program and professors. They teach the subject with passion and connect lessons to events that are happening in real time." - Devin Oommen, Political Science

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Monica Basili

"My architecture professors at COD gave me great love and appreciation for architecture. I am confident in the education I received at COD and that it will help me after I transfer.” - Monica Basili, Architecture

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Thought Leaders

Listen to COD faculty members across academic disciplines discuss the different ways students and teachers can benefit from Artificial Intelligence, and also some of the ethical considerations surrounding chatbots and other AI.  

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COD's new Aviation Management program offers students two academic tracks to follow: a flight track to obtain FAA pilot certifications and an aviation management track.

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Learn how DuPage communities are getting involved in support of WARHOL featuring “Andy Warhol Portfolios: A Life in Pop | Works from the Bank of America Collection."

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Students in kindergarten through eighth grade can participate in programming in the arts, STEM fields and academic enrichment at COD.

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