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2010 New Orleans UNCF Walk for Education PDF Print E-mail
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Dillard University would like to thank everyone who came out and participated in the UNCF 23rd Annual Walk for Education in Audubon Park on Saturday, Oct. 2. A great time was had by all, and we raised a great deal of money for a wonderful cause. Thanks again. We'll see you next year!

Please enjoy this photo gallery of the UNCF 23rd Annual Walk for Education.

 
Kudos To Trustee Glenda McNeal PDF Print E-mail
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mcneal250Dillard University would like to congratulate Glenda McNeal (pictured), First Vice Chair of the Dillard University Board of Trustees, on her promotion from Senior Vice President, Global Partnerships, at the American Express Company to Executive Vice President and General Manager, Global Client Group within Merchant Services Americas. In more than 20 years with American Express, Glenda McNeal has demonstrated the highest levels of talent and vision, developing global merchant relationships representing over $150 billion in charge volume.

She has brought the same tireless energy and goal-oriented approach to her work on the Dillard University Board of Trustees, and for that we are grateful.

Please join us in congratulating a distinguished Dillard alumna, Glenda McNeal, ’82, on her well-deserved promotion.


Marvalene Hughes, Ph.D.
President
 
DU Partners With Recovery School District for Teacher Training Program PDF Print E-mail
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Dillard University has partnered with the Louisiana Recovery School District to develop an innovative new teacher training program that they believe will revolutionize teacher education in New Orleans and, perhaps, serve as a model for programs across the country.

“This is the most creative partnership we have ever entered,” said Dillard University President Marvalene Hughes. “It offers enormous and unlimited opportunities to the student population at Dillard.”

On August 17, Dillard University Provost David Taylor revealed new details of the program. Dillard sophomores, juniors and seniors of any major with a GPA above 3.00 will be invited to participate in the program, which involves student teaching and paid internships. After graduating, interested students will partake in an intensive six-week training program that will certify them to teach in the Recovery School District.

“It’s another way of trying to entice, particularly, students of color to think about education as a career option by giving them early exposure,” Taylor said.

Dr. Joyce Roche, chair of the Dillard University board of trustees, and Dr. Paul Vallas, superintendent of the Recovery School District, first announced the initiative in April.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Dillard in this unprecedented program,” Vallas said. “It will not only allow us to bolster our already strong alternative pathways for teachers, but will also bring greater diversity to our efforts, which is always important in a district such as ours."

 
Housing and Home Improvement Fair 2010 PDF Print E-mail
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Dillard University will host the 2010 Housing and Home Improvement Fair on Saturday, July 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dillard's Community Development Corporation launched the Housing Fair in 2008 and over 750 people attended. This year, the third annual Housing Fair is going to be bigger and better than ever, with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and more than 100 other exhibitors on hand to help the residents of New Orleans build a positive future.

Attend workshops and learn what you need to know about:

  • Safe Borrowing Practices
  • Repairing Your Credit
  • Finding Affordable Insurance
  • Hurricane Preparedness
  • Pest Control
  • And much, much more.

Come out and join us for a fun, educational day!

Interested in presenting at the 2010 Housing Fair? It's not too late! Click here for details.

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Dillard Receives SACS Ten-Year Reaffirmation PDF Print E-mail
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The following letter from President Marvalene Hughes to the school community addresses Dillard's reaffirmation at the hands of its accrediting body:

I am pleased to announce that on June 30, 2010, we received notification of Dillard University’s ten-year reaffirmation from our accrediting body, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools-Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC).

We are deeply grateful to each of you for your support, and to our entire campus community, who worked tirelessly on the development of our compliance documents and our Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).

Although an enormous amount of hard work, the reaffirmation process was positive for Dillard University, as it helped to clarify and reaffirm our mission and strategic directions for the university. We are all very pleased with this outcome.  

Sincerely,

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Marvalene Hughes, Ph.D.
President

This link will direct you to the official notification from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools-Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) regarding Dillard University’s ten-year reaffirmation. Dillard's next reaffirmation will take place in 2020.

Thank you for your participation, support and guidance throughout our reaffirmation process.

 
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