University of Dubuque honored undergraduate student research, service learning, and creativity at the fourth annual Apex: Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity held April 26-28.
Fifteen University of Dubuque students will conduct research over the summer with the help of a Joseph and Linda Chlapaty Summer Fellowship.
Environmental law expert John Copeland Nagle, professor of law at the University of Notre Dame, will discuss environmental ethics and moral responsibility Thursday, May 5, at 6:30 p.m. in Blades Chapel.
Eighteen cadets and two officers from University of Dubuque’s ROTC program participated in the ninth annual Mountain Man Memorial March held April 23 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
University of Dubuque will honor undergraduate student research, service learning, and creativity at the fourth annual Apex: Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity.
vs. TBA Iowa Conference Tournament
at Luther College (7/9 inn.)
John N. Matthews Professor of Law, Notre Dame School of Law, will be speaking on climate change and energy, including choices between fossil fuels and different kinds of renewable energy and how that affects more vulnerable and impoverished populations. This event is free to the public!
Join us for "Singing for Actors Cabaret". This concert will be a final project for our UD students class. Public is welcome and no ticket is required!
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."
2015-2016 Dance Class Presentations