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    On Thursday, April 5, 2012 students of Dillard University participated in the 2012 Undergraduate Research & Creative Work Competition in the PSB Atrium. Judging Qualitative and Quantitative Research along with Creative Work, faculty and staff members listened as students explained their projects and showed why they were contenders in the contest.

    Congratulations to all participants and a big thank you to all of our volunteers for their generosity and time.

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     The Liturgical Dance Company


    Mime performer

    Alyssia_2 Member of the VisionQuest Chorale


    Member of the VisionQuest Chorale


    Assistant VisionQuest Project Director, Joshua Lazard


    Reverend Jasmin Sculark


    Praise for the preacher


    Joyful response


    Reverend Bowman, Reverend Sculark, Joshua Lazard


     Reverend Sculark and Dillard student Christian Ramson

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    2012 President Recognition Awards

    Dillard University Students Rally for Treyvon Martin

    Friday, February 23, 2012

    Dillard University would like to thank everyone who participated in S.O.A.R. 2011 (Student Orientation, Advising & Registration). You helped give our new students a warm welcome to the Avenue of the Oaks!

    Registration and Move-In
    Saturday, August 20, 2011

    Worship Service and Parting Ceremony
    Sunday, August 21, 2011

    Excellence In Heritage Tour: Amistad Research Center and Longue Vue House & Gardens
    Thursday, August 25, 2011

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    Homecoming Week 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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     Photos by Fallon Parks.

    Breast Cancer Awareness Walk - Oct. 25th 2008 PDF Print E-mail
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    Melton Foundation Symposium 2008 ~ September 28 – October 6, 2008 PDF Print E-mail
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    Photos provided by Bernie Saul 504.813.9954

    Approximately 200 college and university students from Chile, China, Germany, India and the United States attended the 17th Annual Melton Foundation Symposium, hosted by Dillard University. The theme, “Climate Change: Global Perspectives on Going Green,” was heightened with sessions on global health, consumption, conservation, Louisiana’s wetlands and Bangalore’s traffic congestion and pollution.

    Participants also engaged in several collaborative community service projects with Habitat for Humanity, the Audubon Nature Institute and the Gentilly Community Outreach Project.

    The sessions and community service activities provided the intellectual stimulus needed to make a difference in the world.

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    Snow Fall December 11, 2008
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