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associate professor of biology william cody, ph.d., on last fall's alumni physician panel

“Students enjoyed hearing this group of very professional, well-respected physicians share all the ways they were just like them as undergraduates; students immediately identified with the panelists. The two groups quickly bonded, swapping stories about Groundhog and the idiosyncrasies of their favorite professors. Alumni discussed how UD’s Core Curriculum gave them an advantage during medical school interviews and later helped them better connect with their patients, claims students are skeptical of when hearing from professors. Students listened as physicians closely aligned with their own values discussed balancing their family and professional lives. Students received very practical advice on studying, the medical school application process, how to approach med school, and practicing medicine with a young family at home, and left with a better understanding of how their courses were preparing them for their future, reassured that they were on the right track.”

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John Rabaey, BS ’22, Spring ’20 Romer

One more night in the hostel, an early-morning flight back to Rome, and a few hours later I would be back on the beloved Due Santi campus. Two weeks later, the coronavirus outbreak in Lombardy would precipitate a sooner end to our travels in Europe than we’d hoped — but I’m glad I got to see CERN. The tour guides were excellent; the detectors more impressive in person than in the stories I’d heard; the science fascinating; and the backdrop — Geneva, the Jura, the Alps — breathtaking.

Read About Rabaey's Visit to International Physics Lab 




Seniors Receive Emergency Relief Internship Stipends

OPCD collaborated with Catholic Charities Dallas and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of North Texas (SVdP), which serves the same nine-county area as the Diocese of Dallas, to develop internship positions for the program. Students could apply to one of these positions or apply to receive the stipend to work at another nonprofit organization, as long as the organization’s mission aligned with UD's. READ MORE

University Announces New AVP for Marketing, Communications

The University of Dallas has announced a new assistant vice president for marketing and communications. Clare Venegas, who has over 20 years of executive management and strategic communications experience in the private, public and nonprofit sectors, begins her new role on Aug. 3.

Leading Dialogue: UD Engages Global Leadership

Nearly all businesses are affected gravely in many circumstances by today's unsettled economic environment. The anxiety is compounded by uncertainty: How long will the crisis last, and what will business look like on the other side of recovery? Through this adversity, faculty experts in the University of Dallas' Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business are paving a global discussion.

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Move-in Day

8.14.20 | Freshman Move-In Day

The class of 2024 officially joins us on Friday, August 14, 2020! We can't wait to meet all of you!

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