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As the largest community college in Illinois, College of DuPage works hard to meet the needs of its 21,000 students and key stakeholders as well as help strengthen the community.
In each issue of COD NOW, hear from President Dr. Brian Caputo, obtain information on community news, learn about our students and staff, and much more. Check out highlights from the current issue below.

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Message From the President

Dr. Brian Caputo

Frequent meetings with local educational leaders, like Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 Superintendent Dr. Keisha Campbell, provide opportunities to discuss how College of DuPage can best help their students.

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New Documentary Focuses on the Homeless

Lifelines Episode 2

“Finding Your Way Home,” the second episode in the docuseries “Lifelines,” examines housing and food insecurity. Created by the College’s Multimedia Services, the film also highlights community resources and efforts to combat these often-hidden hardships.

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AI and the Future of Learning

AI and the Future of Learning

English Professor Timothy Henningsen addresses how ChatGPT and other AI tools can be incorporated into curriculum while being mindful of their limitations.

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A Note from Joan

A Note From Joan

With a motto of “No hero left behind,” Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans provides services to support homeless and at-risk veterans and their families.

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Focus on Success: Eric Tecuanhuehue

Eric Tecuanhuehue

For his dedication in the classroom, COD alumnus and high school teacher Eric Tecuanhuehue was named New Teacher of the Year by the Technology Education Association of Illinois.

Eric's COD Story