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    University of Dubuque Heritage Center Announces SchoolBus Performance Series

    The University of Dubuque is pleased to announce the launch of its newest performing arts initiative, Live at Heritage Center SchoolBus Performance Series. Beginning Winter 2014, this annual series will provide learning opportunities for K-8 students throughout the entire tri-state area.

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    UD to Host Streamlines Conference

    On Saturday, November 9, The University of Dubuque will host the sixth annual Streamlines: An Undergraduate Conference Celebrating Language, Literature, and Writing. The event will be held in the new Heritage Center on the University of Dubuque campus. Iowa’s Poet Laureate, Mary Swander, will deliver this year’s keynote address, beginning at 1:30 p.m. in Butler Hall. The keynote address will be free and open to the public for the first time in Streamlines history.

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    UD DNAS Department to Present Seminar

    UD DNAS Department Seminar Series Presents: “A Tale of Cold Blood: Changes in the Clotting Properties of Blood in Hibernating Amphibians and Reptiles”


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    UD DNAS Department to Present Seminar

    UD DNAS Department Seminar Series Presents: “A Tale of Cold Blood: Changes in the Clotting Properties of Blood in Hibernating Amphibians and Reptiles”


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    Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Executive, William Testa, to Speak at UD

    On Wednesday, November 6, the University of Dubuque will host Dr. William Testa of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago for a public lecture titled The Midwest Economy: Past and Future. Testa’s presentation will begin at 11:30 a.m. in the Charles and Romona Myers Center Auditorium (Room 146), and is free and open to the public.

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    Wendt Character Scholars Promote a Gratitude Week at UD

    During the week of November 11, the University of Dubuque Wendt Character Scholars will celebrate Gratitude Week. The week will focus on how simply giving thanks can be a humbling experience, and can make a huge difference in a person’s life.

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    UD Fall Theatre Production Focuses on Alzheimer’s Caregivers

    The University of Dubuque Department of Fine & Performing Arts and the UD Drama Club will present The Forgiving and The Forgetting written by UD Theatre Professor Amy Ressler with Jade Angelica, founder and director of Healing Moments Alzheimer’s Ministry. With original music and lyrics by songwriter Karen Buechele, this original drama tells the story of two siblings whose mother has Alzheimer’s Disease. An especially relevant work for caregivers of persons with dementia, the play will be a featured part of the November 7 Alzheimer’s Association conference on the University of Dubuque campus. There will also be post-show discussions with the actors and the writers after each evening performance.

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    University of Dubuque Theological Seminary Students Receives Apollos Scholarship

    The Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation has recently announced the recipients of the Apollos Scholarship Program. Apollos scholarship awards continue the tradition of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Omaha, which opened in the fall of 1891.

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    Five UD Students Chosen for Iowa College All-State Honor Band

    Five University of Dubuque band students were recently selected for membership in the 2013 Iowa College All-State Honor Band.

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    UD Mediation Team Nationally Ranked

    From October 31-November 2, the University of Dubuque mediation team competed at the fourteenth Annual International Intercollegiate Mediation Tournament at Drake University Law School. The event attracted schools from throughout the United States including: Boston University, Middle Tennessee State University, Morningside College, Oral Roberts University, and the University of San Diego were among those competing.

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    UD Appoints Academic Chairs

    This fall, the University of Dubuque appointed Dr. Roseanne Wolf to the Hazel Rothlisberger Chair in Mathematics, and Dr. Adam Hoffman has been appointed to the Dorothy Taylor Chair in Chemistry.

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    Delta Phi Sigma to Host Ugly Sweater 5K Run/Walk

    University of Dubuque student organization Delta Phi Sigma will host an Ugly Sweater 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, December 8. This non-timed event for fun and charity will benefit Dubuque’s local Toys for Tots Foundation. Participants are invited to grab their ugliest sweater (not required, but recommended) or other festive clothing, lace up their running shoes, and join the fun on a scenic Grandview Avenue route.

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    UD Receives $48,000 Grant from Council of Independent Colleges

    The University of Dubuque was recently selected as a recipient of a NetVUE Program Development Grant in the amount of $48,000 from the Council of Independent Colleges.

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    UD Forms Partnership with University of Iowa College of Law

    President Jeffrey F. Bullock, today, announced the formation of a partnership between The University of Dubuque and the University of Iowa College of Law in Iowa City. The Iowa Law “3+3” Program would allow UD undergraduates in their junior year of study to apply for admission to Iowa Law’s Juris Doctor (JD) Program.

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    UD Earns Alliant Energy Rebate for Heritage Center Energy Conservation Strategies

    The University of Dubuque was recently presented with a rebate check in the amount of $318,347 from Alliant Energy. The check reflects the energy efficiency strategies incorporated in the design and construction of Heritage Center.

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    Live at Heritage Center presents The King’s Singers: The Great American Songbook

    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 The King’s Singers: The Great American Songbook on Monday, February 3, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. One of the world’s most celebrated a cappella vocal ensembles, this special program from The King’s Singers will include the music of Harold Arlen, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and Irving Berlin, as well as feature some of America’s best known spirituals.

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    Shaffer Honored As Jerry Petitgoue Coaches Award Honoree

    The University of Dubuque recently honored the 2013-14 recipient of the Jerry Petitgoue Coaches Award to Clay Shaffer. This annual award was recently named in honor of Wisconsin Hall of Fame coach Jerry Petitgoue, long-time boys basketball coach at Cuba City, Wis. Petitgoue is the winningest coach in the state of Wisconsin history with 846 wins.

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    University of Dubuque Fine and Performing Arts Department to Present Dinner à la Morte: Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

    University of Dubuque theatre students will present Dinner à la Morte, a murder mystery dinner theatre production, Saturday, February 1, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the University’s Babka Black Box Theatre, located in Heritage Center. The production will be directed by adjunct professor Molly Hoefflin, of Die Laughing Players, an expert in interactive theatre in Dubuque.

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