Focusing on continued collaboration between College of DuPage, area business, community groups and other stakeholders, COD Interim President Dr. Brian W. Caputo welcomed more than 200 local leaders and other constituents during the College’s second annual community breakfast.
Emphasizing existing strong partnerships between COD and numerous local entities, Dr. Caputo offered his hope for continued collaboration and highlighted the College’s initiatives supporting student success. Click here for more photos.
The event also previewed the upcoming Frida Kahlo exhibition slated for summer 2020. McAninch Arts Center Director Diana Martinez and COD Gallery Curator and Exhibition Curator Justin Witte discussed the 26-piece collection of Kahlo works, on loan from the Museo Dolores Olmedo, as well as the exhibition’s economic impact on DuPage County and COD/MAC activities complementing the show.
In addition, representatives from SCARCE and DuPage Medical Group were presented with COD’s Community Promise Award for their continued collaboration with the College. (Press Photography Network/Special to College of DuPage)