Davenport: Educating Across Three Centuries, co-authored by Margaret (Peggy) Moceri and former DU Provost Thomas Brown, Ph.D., recently earned national distinction at the 11th Annual National Indie Excellence® Awards, winning the Coffee Table Book category. This awards competition for independent book publishers was judged by industry experts, including publishers, writers, editors, book cover designers and professional copywriters.
For Sue Nemmers ‘85, Davenport University is a special place for two generations of her family. “Both my daughter, Rachel, and I started at Davenport in pursuit of a business education but gained so much more. Though we attended 25 years apart, we gained very similar experiences, friendships and a foundation for our success. It is our home.” Learn why in a sneak peek of their DU Review story on the alumni blog – http://blogs.davenport.edu/alumninews/
Career Services is pleased to announce three new team members at the W.A. Lettinga Campus! We welcomed Ethan Tanis, Matthew Krevda and Genevieve Steffes to the SC306 office. They bring experience in higher education, student affairs and career services to the team. All have completed a master’s degree and worked in positions outside of higher education.
Now through June 18 select t-shirts are on sale 3 for $25 in store and online at DUspirit.com.
Discount will be taken at checkout. Must purchase three qualifying tees to be eligible. Not valid with any other discount or promotion.
The University’s fiscal year end is June 30, 2017. In order to accurately process and report our financial information our systems, Banner and TouchNet, will be offline for a short period of time. Actual times are listed below.
Banner(INB) and Self Service(SSB) – Offline: 5:00 p.m. Friday, June 30 to 8:00 a.m. Saturday July 1, 2017
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Please join Human Resources in welcoming the following new employees who joined Davenport University in May 2017:
On Thursday, June 1, the Holland Campus hosted Hamilton Middle School for the second annual Freaky Sneakers event! To help students understand marketing concepts,the seventh grade teams were tasked to design a sneaker to deliver to market while addressing the four P’s of marketing. These seventh graders really impressed the judges with fun designs and innovative marketing approaches!