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Dillard Switches to Office 365 for Education PDF Print E-mail
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Dillard University is proud to present Microsoft Office 365 for education - including email, instant messaging, group video and voice chat and online document viewing and editing. This transition will only concern students. With Office 365, students will have two different accounts:

1. Office 365 account - allow access your school email.

Continue to use Microsoft Outlook Web App or Microsoft Outlook to view and send email from your school account, but sign in at . You will use the same user name and create a new password the first time.

2. Personal Micrcosoft Account - allows access to SkyDrive, Messenger and other Microsoft services.

Use the same user name and old password to access this account that was used to access Note that Dillard University no longer administers this account. As a result, we can't reset its password. Use to reset the password for your personal account. Sign in to SkyDrive ( using your existing Live@edu user name and old password.

For more information about the upgrade, see the Checklist for users. If you have questions or need help, contact the Dillard University ITT department.

For instructions, see Password management.

The upgrade to each account will begin on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012.

2012 Dillard Holiday Concert PDF Print E-mail
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The 2012 Dillard University Holiday Concert held in Lawless Chapel on Sunday, Dec. 2, was a rounding success.
Dillard to Host Annual Christmas Concert Dec. 2 PDF Print E-mail
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HOLIDAY CONCERT Program 2012 cover

The Dillard University Choir will perform its 76th annual Holiday Concert on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be held in Lawless Chapel on the Dillard University campus. It will feature a 70-voice chorus with an orchestra. Narrated by anchor Norman Robinson and DU Alumna Gwendolyn M. Green '63, the concert will feature guest artists will include Dillard alumni Dr. Valerie Jones Francis, ’83, singing “O Holy Night,” and Rev. Cynthia Wilson, ’71, performing “Mary, Did You Know?”

Other highlights will include renditions of G.F. Handel’s “The Hallelujah Chorus” and Frank Kuykendall’s “Joy to the World.” As always, the Holiday Concert will be free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early to secure seating, as this is a standing-room-only event. Longtime director S. Carver Davenport will lead the choir, which performed at the White House during the 2011 holiday season.

The Dillard University Choir will follow its Holiday Concert with a performance on Saturday, Dec. 8, at A Liberty Bank Christmas with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. This Christmas concert, which will feature performances from Irvin Mayfield, Kermit Ruffins, Leah Chase, Stephanie Jordan and more, will be held in Xavier University’s Convocation Center at 8 p.m.

For more information, please contact the Office of University Communications and Marketing at (504) 816-4024.

4th Annual Louisiana Women's Conference Held at Dillard PDF Print E-mail
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DonnaB audienceA gathering of some of the most influential women in Lousiana was held at Dillard University on Tuesday, Nov. 27 in the Professional Schools Building. The 4th Annual Louisiana Women's Conference presented by the Louisiana Diversity Council focused on "Finding Health, Wealth and Balance". Aimed at providing opportunities for discussion on how women can reach the highest points of success in their personal and professional lives, the conference "hoped to provide more skills that are essential to achievement", according to CEO & Founder, Dennis Kennedy.

After an opening session, an awards ceremony was held honoring the 2012 Most Powerful and Influencial Women including State Senator Karen Carter Peterson, Delgado Community College Chancellor Deborah R. Lea, Loyola University Dean Maria Pabon Lopez and many more distinguished guests.

Following a morning networking opportunity, attendees broke out into several specified sessions coverning topics such as work-life balance in the 21st century and entrepreneurship.

The highlight of the event was the keynote address by acclaimed author, Georgetown professor and political strategist, Donna Brazile. A New Orleans native, Brazile shared many fascinating stories about growing up in Louisiana. However, her focus of the address was on the need for cilivity and diversity especially in politics. Brazile, who was very active in the 2012 Presidential race, cited examples of partisan politics, bickering and grandstanding. 

Several more breakout sessions were held after the keynote address, with participants sharing information on managing career risks and sacrifices as well as the importance of good health and fitness in order to succeed.

Dillard Hosts Social Change Film Festival PDF Print E-mail
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scffi 2012 logo highres 2Dillard University will be one of several hosts for the 2012 Social Change Film Festival. Running from Wednesday, Nov. 28 - Saturday, Dec. 1, the four day event will include film screenings, workshops and presentations on the Dillard University campus.

The Social Change Film Festival & Institute (SCFFI) is a global community with a local presence, promoting transformative filmmaking & fostering social change. SCFFI features four days of films, panels, workshops, selected shorts and special events to inspire and build a global community focused on expanding the reach of conscious social change film and media.The Social Change Film Festival & Institute chooses an annual theme that is explored in festival films, workshops, panels, campaigns, and symposia in order to raise awareness about critical social, environmental, and political issues. The theme for the 2012 festival is Water: Challenges & Solutions.

The Social Change Film Festival selects a new global locality to host the festival each year. In taking award-winning social change films and an educational film institute across the world, it aims to foster a transnational network of filmmakers and activists. The inaugural festival was held in Ubud, Bali Indonesia.

Download the 2012 Festival Schedule here...

For more information, contact Professor Keith Morris at (504) 816-4548.

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