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Students Share Liberal Arts Research Projects Online

April 30, 2021

Dominican College faculty and students were determined to move ahead with this year’s Liberal Arts Research Day after last year’s in-person event was cancelled due to COVID.  With hard work and ingenuity, students shared their capstone research projects on a website that showcases the research in communication studies, health sciences, and biology. “While this was… Read More »

Men’s Golf Team Wins 2021 CACC Championship

April 21, 2021

The Dominican College men’s golf team won the 2021 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Golf Championship held April 19, 2021 at White Beeches Golf and Country Club in Haworth, NJ. This is the program’s fourth CACC Tournament Championship with the others coming in 2001, 2002 and 2018. As a team, the Chargers finished with a… Read More »

College Offers New Finance Major

April 19, 2021

Dominican College will begin offering a new finance major,  beginning in fall 2021.  This new major is in addition to the other core major offerings for business students – management, marketing, and information technology. “We believe that the finance major will be quite popular,” said Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, Director, Business Administration Division. “Finance is an exciting… Read More »

Sterling Bank Foundation Awards Grant to Support Student Success

March 25, 2021

The Sterling National Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded Dominican College a $10,000 grant to support programs that help students achieve academic success.  The grants will help pay for mentoring, tutoring, resources, and books to support students. “The Student Success Program, Charge Toward Success, and Take Charge! Occupational Therapy Program provide structure, accountability, and one-on-one support… Read More »

Graduate Student in TVI Program Awarded Statewide Scholarship

March 19, 2021

A Dominican College student finishing up her master’s degree in the Teachers for the Blind and credits her sister who has multiple disabilities – including a visual impairment – with being one of the reasons she chose this profession. “While we were growing up, she was home-schooled, so we always had different therapists and teachers… Read More »

Palisades Institute Discusses Impact of COVID-19 on Women in Business

March 10, 2021

The Palisades Institute held a Zoom panel discussion on “The Impact of COVID-19 on Women in Business and Its Implications for the Future” on March 10, 2021, as part of its continuing series on the pandemic’s wide-ranging effect on businesses. Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, Director of the Business Administration Division at Dominican College and co-moderator of the… Read More »

Students Volunteer in Camden During Weekend of Service

March 8, 2021

A team of Dominican College students, alumni,and to hear their stories.  The Weekend of Service allowed students to be involved in service even though the traditional Alternative Spring Break Program was canceled this year.

Dominican College to Launch New Rowing Club

March 4, 2021

In fall 2021, Dominican College will launch a new Rowing Club, with men’sand women’s teams.  The club will compete against collegiate teams in the New York area, regional races including the New York State Collegiate Championships, and some national races – including the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia. Coach Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky is looking for interested… Read More »

Healthcare Symposium Tackles Obesity

February 24, 2021

During the 7th Annual Healthcare Symposium, “Obesity and Weight Gain During the Pandemic,” a panel of experts discussed the “quarantine 15” and how obese patients fared with COVID-19. Lisa Hirsch, MD, an Internist with Bon Secours Medical Group, stressed that obesity increases the risk of poor outcomes with COVID-19. “It not only increases the risk… Read More »

Dominican College President Elected to Council of Independent Colleges Board

February 8, 2021

Sr. Mary Eileen O’Brien, O.P., Ph.D., President of Dominican College, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), based in Washington, D.C. The CIC is a national association of independent colleges and universities dedicated to supporting college and university leadership; advancing institutional excellence; and enhancing public understanding of… Read More »

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