The Value in Giving
Thanks to the support of our donors, Dillard University remains a truly amazing academic and historic institution.
Our world-class nursing program is one of the oldest in Louisiana; our digital media and film projects have drawn collaborations from filmmaker Spike Lee and actor Wendell Pierce; our late alumnus Justice Revius O. Ortique was the first African-American to be elected to the Supreme Court of Louisiana; and since Katrina we have built two eco-friendly, LEED gold-certified buildings (the Professional Schools Building and our First Student Center)
These accomplishments, along with countless others by our students, faculty and alumni, are at the heart of what makes Dillard such an amazing place to receive a liberal arts education. However, maintaining this level of excellence requires continuous resources. Annual gifts from donors are an important part in ensuring Dillard is here for another century.
Whether you are a current student, alumni, parent of a Dillard student, employee, community or corporate partner--- When you give to Dillard you help strengthen our global community.
With each gift, you help to graduate young men and women who...
DU Celebrates National Women's History Month By Recognizing Our Own Historical Icons
Dr. Sheila Tlou, '77: Former Botswana Minister of Health and current UNAIDS Regional Director for Eastern and Western Africa.
Professor Sheila Tlou is a Botswanan specialist in HIV/AIDS and women's health and a nursing educator. She is noted for her role in radically eliminating the stigma of HIV/AIDS as Minister of Health between 2004 and 2008. In her current role as regional UNAIDS director, she supervises 21 countries.
Cynthia Butler-McIntyre, '76: Butler-McIntyre is an educator who has impacted the lives of countless students over 30 years as a teacher, assistant principal, summer school principal and now a director of human resources for the Jefferson Parish Public School System in Harvey, La.
She is the immediate past president of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., and was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Christopher Columbus Foundation by President Barack Obama.
Glenda Goodly McNeal, '82: Featured on the cover the Feb. 2014 issue of Black...
The Dillard University National Alumni Association (DUNAA) and its local chapters are actively engaged in support of Dillard University through various scholarship, enrollment, and volunteer initiatives.
Go to www.dunaa.org to visit the National Alumni Association's official webpage.
Rep. Napoleon Bracy, Jr. '00, Elected as Chairman of the Alabama Legislative Black Caucus
The Ruth J. Simmons Quadrangle
Dr. Ruth J. Simmons, '67, Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Sheva Sims, '89, Sworn In As Shreveport City Court Judge
Darlene A. Moore, '86, ... Exhibits Work for Black History Month
Patrick Jefferson, '90, Takes Office as Louisiana State Representative
Dr. Ruth J. Simmons, ...I Saw How To Lead, New York Times
Dr. Ruth J. Simmons, '67, Simmons to Step Down as President of Brown U.
Cynthia Butler-McIntyre, '76, to be Appointed to Key Administrative Post by President Obama
Napoleon Bracy, Jr., '00, wins Alabama House District
Michael Jones, '82, Honored by Georgetown Law
Center for Music Named in Honor of Alumnus Ellis Marsalis, ’55
Cheryl McGhee, '91: A Difference Maker
Alumnus Tilton Elected Chairman of Ethics Review Board
Errol Williams, '71 Elected Tax Assessor
Shannon Holmes, '91, appointed to Detroit's 36th District Court
Clifford Johnson, '57, Recognized in Who's Who for Excellence in Event Management
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To view the 2014-2015 Dillard Bleu Devils Athletics Schedule, please click here or visit www.dillardbleudevils.com.
Sept. 10, National Pan Hellenic Council and DU President Walter Kimbrough welcome Michelle Guobadia of CampusSpeak to talk about "Hazing makes you a better Greek, and other stupid myths", Georges Auditorium, 6:30 p.m. Free and open to public.
Sept. 13, International Food and Music Festival - Student Union, Health & Wellness Center Parking Lot & Union Circle areas, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sept. 15, Opening of traveling exhibit, "Children, Youth & Civil Rights, 1951-1968" and "Children and Young People's Contributions to the Civil Rights Movement", William Alexander Library, 8 a.m. Exhibit runs through Oct. 15.
Sept. 18, Presidential...