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Dillard to Host Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal Oral Arguments on Feb. 24 Students get ‘real-time’ lesson in court proceedings PDF Print E-mail
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(New Orleans) – On Tuesday, Feb. 24 the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal will convene at 11 a.m. in the Justice Revius O. Ortique Jr. Mock Trial Courtroom in the Professional Schools and Sciences Building on Dillard’s campus. The session, which is being held in honor of Black History Month, is part of an ongoing effort to educate students and the public about the work of the appellate court. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal Judges Terri F. Love, Roland L. Belsome, and Joy Cossich Lobrano will hear the oral arguments.

“As we celebrate Black History Month, we are cognizant of the fact that we stand on the shoulders of many great legal scholars, including Justice Revius Ortique, Jr.,” said Court of Appeal Judge Terri Love. “To have the privilege of conducting appellate arguments in a courtroom named in his honor is a true representation of his legacy,” she added. 

The late Ortique was the first African-American elected to serve on the Louisiana Supreme Court. As an attorney and judge, he engaged in many landmark decisions. The Justice Revius O. Ortique Jr. Mock Trial Courtroom is part of Dillard University’s Center for Law and Public Interest, which was recently established to assist undergraduate students who seek careers in law and related fields and to serve as a conduit to champion issues of public interest.

“We are excited about convening a real-life court session in ‘real-time’ on campus,” said Dr. Gary Clark, political science professor and director of Dillard’s Center for Law and Public Interest. “Our students are so fortunate to have this experience as undergraduates and to gain insight directly from seasoned judges and law professionals,” Clark said.

Following court, Judges Terri Love, Roland Belsome, and Joy Cossich Lobrano, along with Chief Judge Kern Reese of the Orleans Parish Civil District Court, will host a “lunch and learn” session at noon in rooms 131-135 (across from the Mock Trial Courtroom). The information session will provide an overview of the appellate court process to students with an opportunity to ask questions about the process. Both students and the public are invited to attend the oral arguments on Tuesday, Feb. 24.  For more information call504.816.4800.

 
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(New Orleans) – On Tuesday, Feb. 24 the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal will convene at 11 a.m. in the Justice Revius O. Ortique Jr. Mock Trial Courtroom in the Professional Schools and Sciences Building on Dillard’s campus. The session, which is being held in honor of Black History Month, is part of an ongoing effort to educate students and the public about the work of the appellate court. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal Judges Terri F. Love, Roland L. Belsome, and Joy Cossich Lobrano will hear the oral arguments.

“As we celebrate Black History Month, we are cognizant of the fact that we stand on the shoulders of many great legal scholars, including Justice Revius Ortique, Jr.,” said Court of Appeal Judge Terri Love. “To have the privilege of conducting appellate arguments in a courtroom named in his honor is a true representation of his legacy,” she added.

The late Ortique was the first African-American elected to serve on the Louisiana Supreme Court. As an attorney and judge, he engaged in many landmark decisions. The Justice Revius O. Ortique Jr. Mock Trial Courtroom is part of Dillard University’s Center for Law and Public Interest, which was recently established to assist undergraduate students who seek careers in law and related fields and to serve as a conduit to champion issues of public interest.

“We are excited about convening a real-life court session in ‘real-time’ on campus,” said Dr. Gary Clark, political science professor and director of Dillard’s Center for Law and Public Interest. “Our students are so fortunate to have this experience as undergraduates and to gain insight directly from seasoned judges and law professionals,” Clark said.

Following court, Judges Terri Love, Roland Belsome, and Joy Cossich Lobrano, along with Chief Judge Kern Reese of the Orleans Parish Civil District Court, will host a “lunch and learn” session at noon in rooms 131-135 (across from the Mock Trial Courtroom). The information session will provide an overview of the appellate court process to students with an opportunity to ask questions about the process. Both students and the public are invited to attend the oral arguments on Tuesday, Feb. 24.  For more information call504.816.4800.


 
Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture – 1st Annual Conference & Workshop PDF Print E-mail
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Date: Thursday, April 16, 2015 to Friday, April 17, 2015

Location: Dillard University, New Orleans, LA and the Whitney Plantation, Wallace, LA.

The Story of New Orleans Creole Cooking: The Black Hand in the Pot 

The Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture inaugural conference proudly presents,  “The Story of New Orleans Creole Cooking: The Black Hand in the Pot,” to be held at Dillard University on Thursday, April 16, 2015 and Friday, April 17, 2015 at the Whitney Plantation. This year’s conference will focus on the history and contributions of African-Americans to the world famous New Orleans Creole Cuisine from it’s origins to the Civil Rights Movement.

On Thursday, April 16, 2015, guest historians and lecturers, will present a full day of lectures, panel discussions, multimedia presentations and live performances. Culinary historian and historical interpreter, Michael Twitty will be the keynote speaker on Reading the West & Central African Presence in the Creole Culinary Repertoire. Twitty will also present a cooking demonstration at the oldest detached kitchen in Louisiana at the Whitney Plantation on Friday, April 17, 2015.

Topics and presenters include:  Memory Dishes from Gritsland and Riceland by Dr. Ibrahima Seck, Academic Director, Whitney Plantation; Feeding the Body and Soul - Louisiana Cuisine and its Relationship to Civil Rights Activism by A.P. Tureaud Jr., New Orleans Civil Rights Activist; The Ingenuity of the New Orleans Street Vendor by Barbara Trevigne, New Orleans Creole Historian; Before Martha Stewart there was  Lena Richard by Liz Williams, Director of the Southern Food & Beverage Museum; Uncovering the Culinary History of Dillard University: 1935-2014 by Zella Palmer, Director of the Dillard University Ray Charles Program; From Palm Fronds to Crawfish Bisque by Austin Sonnier, Educator, Master Gardener and Co-owner of Austin’s Gourmet to Go catering company.

The Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture mission is to research, document, disseminate and preserve the culinary patrimony of African Americans and to celebrate African American culture through the study of food and foodways in the South. The scholarship that the program and its institute engender will serve as the culinary focal point for the African American communities of New Orleans, the South, the United States and the world-at-large.

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Endowed Professorship and Chair Appointments PDF Print E-mail
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The Division of Academic Affairs announces the appointment of faculty members to several endowed professorships and chairs.

Dr. Eric Buckles, an Associate Professor of Biology and Coordinator of the Biology Program, has been appointed the Conrad N. Hilton Biology Endowed Professor.

Mr. Richard Baucum, an Associate Professor of Accounting and Chair of the School of Accounting and Financial Economics, has been appointed the Edward Schlieder Professor in Accounting. 

Dr. Charlotte Hurst, an Associate Professor of Nursing, has been appointed the Gloria Kabacoff Endowed Professor in Nursing Research. 

Dr. Mohammed Hussain, an Associate Professor of Financial Economics and Coordinator of the Financial Economics Program, has been appointed the William Arceneaux Endowed Professor in Economics. 

Dr. Sharon Hutchinson, a Professor of Nursing and Chair of the School of Nursing, has been appointed the Gloria Kabacoff Endowed Nursing Professor in Teaching and Informatics. 

Dr. Mona Lisa Saloy, a Professor of English and Co-Coordinator of the English Program, has been appointed the Conrad N. Hilton Endowed Professor in English. 

An aspect of the appointments is that the appointees will receive funds to support travel and research activities related to the goals and requirements of the endowment. Endowed Professorships and Chairs are partially funded by support from the Louisiana Board of Regents.

 
Dillard University becomes first school in GCAC to launch athletics app; available on IOS and Android devices PDF Print E-mail
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Screen Shot 2015-02-09 at 10.45.14 AM(New Orleans, La.) The Dillard University athletics department recently launched a new app for IOS and Android devices.  The app provides convenient access to all of the latest information regarding Bleu Devils and Lady Bleu Devils sports.

"This app advances our athletic programs even more by making it simple to connect our parents, fans and supporters to our student athletes with the touch of a finger on their phones," said Dr. Kiki Baker Barnes, Dillard's Athletic Director.

"We encourage everyone to download this app to get real-time experiences and stats during games, but mostly to watch the great people involved in DU athletics."

Enjoy the latest headlines including game recaps, upcoming events, and more.  The scoreboard feature puts the latest results at your fingertips, and one-touch access to our live-event feed instantly links you to the video and/or audio broadcast we provide for most of the athletic events at Dillard University.

There is simply no better way to keep up with Dillard athletics than with the new app.  For more information regarding DU athletics, please visit the newly renovated athletics website at www.dillardbleudevils.com

To download the new DU athletics app from your Apple (IOS) device, click on the following link.

Screen Shot 2015-02-09 at 10.45.14 AMhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dillard-university-athletics/id959702805?mt=8&uo=4

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.esainc.dillard.

 
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