The Office of Alumni and Development would like to introduce a new initiative that will highlight accomplishments of our awesome alums by featuring alumni success stories on our blog, social media outlets and the HUB. Our inaugural alumni success story features Nicole Cook, a 2009 graduate with a degree in Marketing.
Dr. Jack D. Cichy has been a member of the Board of Regents (BOR) for The Institute of Certified Professional Managers (ICPM) since 2004 and was recently re-appointed to the board for another three years. The ICPM is a business unit of the James Madison University College of Business.
Come CELEBRATE SUMMER with us the only way we know how, with BBQs! Located on the Spirit Rock Lawn. Wednesday, August 12, from 11:30am-1:00pm (or while supplies last).
Heading to college this fall? Join Destination Education’s ‘Off To College’ event to get your FREE college survival kit, along with food, games, prizes, and fun for the whole family!
Tee up to celebrate the 29th Annual Davenport Scholarship Golf Classic on Aug. 24!
Grab your friends and your clubs and join us for a day that includes lunch, golf at Egypt Valley Country Club, dinner and a chance to bid on and win great auction items. Proceeds from the event support Davenport University student scholarships. Event information and registration can be found at davenport.edu/golf.
Davenport University’s Medical Assistant Program Director, Rebecca Ventura RN, MSN, RMA (AMT) was invited to present at Delta College for the 13th Annual High School Camp Health and Wellness. This is the fourth year Professor Ventura and her Medical Assistant students have participated and it has continued to be a great community and student networking opportunity.
Dr. Terri Tomaszek’s Diversity in Society students along with their families and friends helped staff the World’s Largest Dog Wash, benefiting Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids on July 12 at the Fifth Third Ballpark.
It is time to complete your evaluation for your spring/summer course(s). Please click here to begin.
Course evaluations are extremely important. They help Davenport faculty and staff review course workload, materials and outcomes to assess needed revisions. Evaluation feedback is also used to evaluate course instructors and assist in improving skills and teaching methods.
Instructors cannot see evaluations until after all grades have been turned in for the semester. Once grades are submitted, the evaluation data is released to each instructor as a summary, meaning they cannot see individual evaluations. The comments are grouped together so instructors cannot connect ratings and comments.
Please complete your course evaluation so we have this valuable information.
Convocation is the official academic welcome of students to Davenport University. The 2015 Convocation will be held on Thursday, August 27, from 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. in the W.A. Lettinga Student Activity Center.
Faculty are asked to wear their regalia with hats as optional.