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COD to Add Men's Volleyball in 2022

By: Mark Reinhiller

Men's Volleyball

College of DuPage will launch a men's volleyball program during the 2022-23 academic year, thanks in part to a $10,000 grant from the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Foundation and First Point Foundation.

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Faculty Artists Provide Students With Professional Insight

By: Mike McKissack

Working Artists

Providing insight into a competitive industry, College of DuPage art and music professors draw upon their professional experiences to enlighten students on topics ranging from staying creatively inspired to practical details on the ins-and-outs of the business of art.

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COD Alumna Uses Transformational Power of Color to Empower Boys and Girls Club

By: Angela Mennecke

Project Color Corps

College of DuPage Interior Design alumna Valerie Jardon was one of three local designers to bring the not-for-profit organization Project Color Corps to the Chicago area, infusing color, brightness and energy into their first project for the Boys and Girls Club at the James R. Jordan Club.

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COD Board Chair Maureen Dunne Elected Vice President and President-Elect of ICCTA

By: Angela Mennecke

Maureen Dunne

College of DuPage Board Chair Maureen Dunne recently was elected Vice President and President-Elect to the Illinois Community College Trustees Association (ICCTA) for 2021-2022. Dunne began her term as Vice President on July 1. Her term as ICCTA President begins in 2022.

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COD Offers New Path to Bachelor's Degree in Technology and Engineering Education

By: Mike McKissack

tech

COD's new 3+1 Technology and Engineering Education bachelor’s degree agreement with Valley City State University (VCSU) in North Dakota will provide students access to a teaching degree at a significantly reduced cost.

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