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    Almost Free: African Americans in Dubuque 1830-1900

    On Thursday, April 4, the University of Dubuque welcomes Dr. David Brodnax, Sr., who will deliver a lecture titled Almost Free: African Americans in Dubuque, 1830-1900. The lecture will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Charles and Romona Myers Center Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.

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    UD Fine and Performing Arts Department to Present A Midsummer Night's Dream

    The University of Dubuque Fine and Performing Arts Department and the UD Drama Club proudly present William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. The show begins each evening April 25, 26, and 27 at 7:30 p.m., with matinee performances April 27 and 28 at 2:00 p.m. in the Babka Theatre in the University's new Heritage Center.

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    UD Slates Inaugural Exhibit for Heritage Center's Bisignano Art Gallery

    With the opening of the University of Dubuque's new Heritage Center comes the campus' first dedicated gallery space, the Charles and Elizabeth Bisignano Art Gallery. The gallery's inaugural exhibit, opening April 15, 2013, will feature Mauricio Lasansky's Great Thinker Series.

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    Teacher Education Program Receives Continued Accreditation

    The University of Dubuque Teacher Education Program has received formal approval of continued accreditation by the Iowa Board of Education. The board made the approval at their March 28, 2013 meeting in Des Moines.

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    University of Dubuque Music Faculty Member, Dr. Charles Barland, Invited to Perform Organ Recitals in Europe and U.S.

    University of Dubuque music professor and University Organist, Dr. Charles Barland, is currently engaged in a year of performances that span from California to the United Kingdom. A member of the University of Dubuque's faculty since 2002, Dr. Barland was recently invited to perform solo organ recitals in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Iowa, and California.

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    UD Bestows Honors

    Today, the University of Dubuque bestowed high student, faculty, and staff honors upon four individuals and one student organization at the 2013 Honors Convocation at Heritage Center. The University Leadership Award, Student of the Year Award, Senior Academic Athletic Award, Student Organization of the Year Award, Faculty of the Year Award, and Staff of the Year Award, were announced at the conclusion of the ceremony.

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    University of Dubuque Theological Seminary Faculty Publish Five Books This Spring

    Bradley Longfield, dean of the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary (UDTS), recently announced the publication of five books this spring by members of the seminary faculty.

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    Alumni Makes $10 Million Gift to University of Dubuque

    President Jeffrey F. Bullock today announced a $10 million gift to the University of Dubuque. The multi-million dollar estate gift, designated for student scholarships and the endowment of Heritage Center was made by a university alumni couple who prefer to remain anonymous.

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    2013 Chlapaty Fellows Selected

    Fourteen University of Dubuque students have been designated as Joseph and Linda Chlapaty Fellows for 2013. Selected by a faculty committee, the students will carry out their Fellowship projects the summer of 2013.

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    University of Dubuque Inducts Two Members to Faculty Hall of Fame

    The University of Dubuque inducted two new members into its Faculty Hall of Fame on Thursday, May 9, 2013. Paul Jensen, associate professor of philosophy and religion, was recognized with the John Knox Coit Prize, and Leicester Longden, associate professor of evangelism and discipleship, was recognized with the William L. Lomax Award.

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    Professor Gary Neal Hansen Receives CRT’s “Devotional Book of the Year” Award

    The British organization Christian Resources Together announced that they have honored Kneeling with Giants: Learning to Pray with History’s Best Teachers by Gary Neal Hansen (InterVarsity Press, 2012) with their award for “Devotional Book of the Year.” Hansen is associate professor of church history at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary.

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    University of Dubuque Announces Live at Heritage Center Inaugural Season

    The University of Dubuque is pleased to announce the launch of its newest performing arts initiative, Live at Heritage Center. This new performing arts series features nine professional guest artist performances selected from today’s international touring circuit. The season debuts with Doc Severinsen, of Tonight Show fame, on Saturday, September 21. The series includes two performances specifically tailored to family audiences with young children, and a bonus event, Christmas at Heritage Center - the University’s newest annual holiday celebration. All 2013-2014 Live at Heritage Center performances occur in Heritage Center’s signature venue, John and Alice Butler Hall, with a seating capacity of 1000 patrons.

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    UD Expands LIFE Accelerated Adult Degree Program to Cedar Rapids

    The University of Dubuque is pleased to announce the expansion of its accelerated adult degree program – LIFE (Learning Institute for Fulfillment and Engagement) – in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The University’s LIFE program offers accelerated baccalaureate and master’s degree programs for adult learners.

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    University of Dubuque Heritage Center To Host Public Open House

    Heritage Center, the University of Dubuque’s new performing arts, worship, and campus center, will host a public open house on Wednesday, August 7, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The evening will feature live entertainment, building tours, complimentary refreshments, door prizes, and an early opportunity to purchase individual event tickets. Brochures will also be distributed featuring the University’s inaugural 2013-2014 Live at Heritage Center performing arts season.

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    Homecoming 2013: Come Home to the Arts

    University of Dubuque alumni/ae will return to campus for the 160th Homecoming Celebration, October 10th thru 13th. The 2013 celebration centers around the opening of the beautiful Heritage Center, the newest addition to the UD campus. Spartan Nation is encouraged to "Come Home to the Arts."

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    Ripley Smith to Speak at Wendt Center for Character Education Fall Lecture

    On Monday, October 14, the University of Dubuque’s Wendt Center for Character Education’s will host a lecture by professor and activist, L. Ripley Smith (C’97). The lecture will begin at 7:00 p.m. in John and Alice Butler Hall, Heritage Center. The event is free and open to the public.

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    University of Dubuque Celebrates Homecoming 2013

    University of Dubuque alumni/ae will return to campus for the University’s 160th Homecoming Celebration, October 10 - 13, 2013. Spartan Nation – Come Home to the Arts is the theme for this year’s gathering of alumni/ae and families.

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    University of Dubuque to Dedicate Heritage Center

    On Sunday morning, October 13, the University of Dubuque will officially dedicate the new Heritage Center. The Festival Worship Service and Dedication of Heritage Center will begin at 11:00 a.m. in John and Alice Butler Hall of Heritage Center.

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    Live at Heritage Center presents Preeminent Folk Music Group, Ensemble Galilei

    Heritage Center, the University of Dubuque’s new performing arts, worship, and campus center, continues its inaugural Live at Heritage Center Performing Arts Series with Ensemble Galilei: First Person Seeing America on Sunday, November 3 at 2:00 p.m. Captivating narration by professional actors Lily Knight and Adrian LaTourelle combine with iconic images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the evocative music of Ensemble Galilei to create a powerful performance.

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