Thursday, April 30, the University of Dubuque bestowed high student, faculty, and staff honors upon six individuals and one student organization at the 2015 Honors Convocation at Heritage Center. The Student of the Year Award, University Leadership Award, Senior Academic Athletic Award, Student Organization of the Year Award, Student Organization Advisor of the Year Award, Faculty of the Year Award, and Staff of the Year Award,were announced at the conclusion of the ceremony.
On Thursday, May 7, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., the University of Dubuque’s Honors Program will hold the third annual Social Justice Debate in Heritage Center’s John and Alice Butler Hall. The intent of the debate is to illuminate two controversial topics. Students will engage in parliamentary-style debating, which involves alternating rounds and audience participation. Doors open at 5:30; the public is encouraged to attend this open event.
PIPPIN, written by Roger O. Hirson and with a score by Stephen Schwartz, is about a young prince on a quest for fulfillment in his life. Will Pippin choose a happy and simple life? Or will he compromise everything for a single moment of fame? With an infectiously unforgettable score from the four-time Grammy winner, three-time Oscar winner, and musical theatre giant Stephen Schwartz, Pippin’s message is universal and will connect with audiences across the age spectrum. The production will be directed by University of Dubuque’s director of theatre arts, Amy Ressler.
The University of Dubuque will host the third annual Apex: Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity, from April 28 through 30. Events will be held in Heritage Center at various times over the three-day period (see schedule). All events are free and open to the public.
Dr. Michelle Farrell from the University of Liverpool will discuss “Torture in the 21st Century Liberal Democracy” in a lecture on Wednesday, April 8, at 5:00 p.m. in Blades Chapel on the University of Dubuque campus. Farrell’s lecture is sponsored by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and the University of Dubuque’s Honors Program.
IIAC Outdoor Championships (hosted by Simpson College)
2014-2015 Dance Class Presentations
This formal ceremony will be held to award our cadets specific honors.
U.S. Army ROTC cadets will be commissioned in this ceremony and will take an oath "to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."
Seminary Baccalaureate Service in Blades Chapel on the campus of the University of Dubuque. Reception will follow in Alumni Courtyard. Rain location Alumni Chapel.
Nurses Pinning Commencement Ceremony