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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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    Former Student Researches Microbiology in Africa

    Former College of DuPage student Vincent Scola is completing his master’s degree in microbial ecology in the arid expanses of southern Africa’s Namib Desert. Working with the Centre for Microbial Ecology and Genomics (CMEG) at the University of Pretoria, Scola’s research looks at the effect water stress has on the microbial communities living under extreme conditions in the soil. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Offers New MRI Advanced Certificate

    College of DuPage is offering a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging Advanced Certificate program that will enable existing radiographers and nuclear medicine technologists to earn certification as an MRI technologist. Click on the headline to read more.

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    COD Students Participate in NASA Competition

    College of DuPage was one of only two community colleges invited to participate in the 2015 NASA Robotic Mining Competition held at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Earlier this year, the team was awarded Best Design at the Jerry Sanders Creative Design Competition. Click on the headline to read more.

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    COD Offers New Game Animation and Design Degree

    College of DuPage is offering a new Game Animation and Design degree that will give students the skills to design video and computer games across multiple platforms. With the degree, students can gain entry-level positions as a designer and animator in such fields as game development and design, broadcast design, and television effects. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Celebrates Pathways to Engineering Students

    The Engineering department at College of DuPage recently hosted a reception to celebrate and recognize students in the Engineering Pathways program. Now in its third year, this innovative option for students provides seamless transfer and guaranteed admission to the prestigious baccalaureate Engineering program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Click on the headline to read more.

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    Students Earn Honors During Fashion Show

    Seven Fashion Studies students at College of DuPage earned honors during the standing-room-only fashion show “Elements.” Joshua Yung earned a $5,000 scholarship from Fashion Group International of Chicago and was named Most Outstanding First-Year Student (one of his winning designs is pictured above). Click on the headline for more information.

  • Caitlin Luetger

    Caitlin Luetger Named Outstanding Part-Time Faculty

    Caitlin Luetger, adjunct Humanities faculty and lecturer, has been named College of DuPage’s Overall Outstanding Part-Time Faculty Member for 2014-2015. Representing the Liberal Arts Division, Luetger will receive a $500 award from the College of DuPage Foundation, which annually recognizes outstanding teaching achievement at the College. Click on the headline to read more. 

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    COD Honors Outstanding Faculty, Advisors

    Twenty faculty members and advisers have been recognized as the Outstanding Divisional Faculty Members and Outstanding Advisers. Pictured above, in front, are Caitlin Luetger, Overall Outstanding Part-Time Faculty, and Chris Miller, Overall Outstanding Full-Time Faculty; in back, Caroline Soo, Mike Foss, Danica Hubbard, Bill Carmody, Helen Feng and Dilyss Gallyot. Click on the headline for more information.

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