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    COD Students Participate in Prestigious Internships

    Five College of DuPage students are participating in prestigious summer chemistry research internships through the College Foundation’s Resource for Excellence Grant program. (From left) Paul Park is at Hope College in Michigan, Iryna Mialik, Fermilab; Daniel Fernandez, Hope College; Frank Giuliani, Northwestern University; and Shyama Pandya, Northwestern University. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Partners With Regional Council of Carpenters

    College of DuPage is partnering with the Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters (CRCC) to offer up to 37 college credits toward the Associate in General Studies degree to graduates of the apprenticeship program, paving the way for thousands of skilled, accredited carpenters to advance their education. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Offers Cancer Registry Management Certificate

    The new Cancer Registry Management program at College of DuPage will prepare students for positions as cancer registrars who capture the history, diagnosis, treatment and health status for every cancer patient in the U.S. Click on the headline for more information.

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    Students Participate in IIT Biophysics Internships

    College of DuPage students Sam Liesman (above left) and Colton Eakins are gaining invaluable real-world experiences while serving biophysics internships at the prestigious Illinois Institute of Technology this summer. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD, Purdue Calumet Sign Nursing Agreement

    College of DuPage and Purdue University Calumet have announced a new Enhanced 2+2 articulation agreement that results in the completion of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree earned at Purdue University Calumet (PUC). Click on the headline to learn more.

  • Jennifer Gimmell

    Physics Faculty Named 'Most Influential Teacher'

    College of DuPage Physics Professor Dr. Jennifer Gimmell recently was named “Most Influential Teacher” by U.S. Presidential Scholar Joseph A. Popelka of Benet Academy in Lisle. Gimmell said the secrets to her teaching success lie in her passion for the subject and through her encouragement of a proactive approach in the classroom. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Danielle Jablonski

    Student's Life Lessons Help Low-Income Moms

    Last year, College of DuPage Human Services student Danielle Jablonski collected nearly 10,000 diapers to help clients of various social service agencies. A diaper drive may seem odd to some, but she said there’s a large unmet need due mainly to gaps in assistance and government programs. As a result, she launched “Keep Every Baby Dry.” Click on the headline to read more.

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    COD Offers Digital Broadcast Journalism Program

    The new Digital Broadcast Journalism degree and certificate program at College of DuPage will prepare students for entry-level jobs as broadcast news journalists, news producers and news production crew. As part of the curriculum, students will work on a newscast and learn skills in all facets of production, both in front of and behind the camera. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Offers New Telecommunicator Certificate

    College of DuPage is offering a new Public Safety Telecommunicator certification program beginning in fall of 2015. This program will combine classroom study with hands-on experience through the use of an advanced simulated 9-1-1 communications center. Click on the headline to learn more.  

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