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Rachel Esterline Perkins joins DU as new Director of Communications

Rachel Esterline Perkins has joined Davenport University as Director of Communications, responsible for media relations, internal communications and social media.

Free Detroit ’67 performance presented by Ebony Road Players

Ebony Road Players is a theater companyFifty years after the Detroit Riots of ’67, Davenport University will host a performance of Detroit ’67 by Ebony Road Players.

Interfaith dialogue event to feature Mormon, Yoruba and Baha’i traditions

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will host an interfaith dialogue event about Mormon, Yoruba and Baha’i faith traditions from 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, in the Lettinga Auditorium at the Sneden Center.

Technology Open House to take place at Lettinga Campus Oct. 16

Davenport University will host a Technology Open House from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, at the W.A. Lettinga Campus.

Veterans to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (VBSN) Grant Extended

Grant funding for Davenport University’s Veterans to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (VBSN) degree program has been extended for a fifth year to enable the work of the team to continue to progress. 

Enter in the Homecoming Dessert Wars Competition

Compete in this year’s Homecoming Dessert Wars Competition, taking place in the lower foyer of the Academic Building near the Panther Den at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10. Students will taste desserts for free. Faculty and staff who have entered a dessert in the competition also can taste for free.

Library resources for faculty

Whether you teach in-seat or online, take a look at the Faculty Guide to the Library.

Herman Miller CEO Brian Walker to receive 2018 Peter C. Cook Excellence in Business Award

Brian Walker, President and CEO of Herman Miller, Inc., will be honored with the 2018 Peter C. Cook Excellence in Business Award at Davenport University’s 21st Annual Excellence in Business Dinner Gala, benefitting student scholarships.

Grandson of Civil Rights leader César E. Chávez to speak

As part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Davenport University will host Andrés Chávez — the grandson of late Civil Rights leader César E. Chávez — at the 7th Annual Acts of Courage address at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, in the Lettinga Auditorium in the Sneden Center.

Davenport advocates for Michigan Tuition Grant at the Capitol

Davenport University joined private colleges and universities from across the state Wednesday to encourage legislators to continue to support of the Michigan Tuition Grant as part of the Michigan Independent Colleges & Universities (MICU) Advocacy Day in Lansing.

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