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August 2012 Issue of UpDate
President Bullock's Update
Summer 2012 Greetings!
I hope that this update finds all of you well, enjoying some time with your family and friends, and looking forward to the beginning of a new academic year. As some of you may be aware, we are in the midst of the most severe drought since 1936. Nearly half of the counties in our state have been declared disaster areas. We continue to pray for all of those who earn their living from the land, for those who have endured this unprecedented heat this summer…and we continue to pray for rain and cooler temperatures. I continue to be grateful for our grounds staff that is making sure that our many young trees, plants and shrubs are watered with regularity.  
Student Life Back to School
New Student Orientation
Lindsey Konken, Director of Student Activities

Define your inner Spartan!

There’s a definite buzz around campus these days. Fall is quickly approaching. Students are registered for classes, they’ve been notified of their roommates, and they’re already getting acquainted on Facebook and Twitter. And soon, they will all be back on campus, ready to start a new chapter of life, as a University of Dubuque student.


Our Roots Run Deep
The University of Dubuque is a Tree.
Alumni are our Roots.
Faculty and Staff are our Branches.
Students are our Leaves.    
Fall Athletics Update

Student-Athletes moved in on August 10th and the kick off to the fall season is almost here! Get ready for football, volleyball, soccer, cross country, and golf.  Click below to watch an interview with Coach Zweifel and Vice President for Philanthropy, David Dendy.
Meet the New PACC Director, Tom Robbins

First and foremost, I congratulate UD for the foresight and vision to build a new Performing Arts and Campus Center (PACC). Given eroding economic conditions, this project may seem a bold and risky venture to some. To the contrary, I believe this facility will position the University very competitively among peer institutions and will also provide a tremendous vehicle for community outreach.



Chlapaty Science Fellowships
Update from Dr. Adam Hoffmann

 Flying squirrels, and Orchids, and Thermophilic enzymes! Oh, my!

As the spring academic school year gave way to summer, the halls of the Science Center were brimming with more excitement than usual. It wasn’t due to the end of lectures, tests, or homework (well maybe a bit it was), rather it was caused by the start of the Chlapaty Science Fellowship Program. This competitive fellowship program, funded by a generous gift from Joe and Linda Chlapaty, is designed to aid in the preparation of talented undergraduate students for graduate study.

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Seminary Update from Dr. Bradley Longfield, Dean

As I write, we have over sixty Master of Divinity and Master of Missional Christianity distance education students engaged in their August intensive residency. These bright, eager students are taking such courses as Missional Christianity, Foundations of Christian Worship, New Testament Exegesis, and Foundations for Youth and Family Ministry. They will return home next week and begin online courses in September.  

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Planned Giving--Leaving Your Legacy
A Legacy for a Loved One Will Pass on the Gift of Education

Getting his start in education at the University of Dubuque, Arnold Lindaman '59 has passed on his love of learning to his children and grandchildren.  Now the scholarship he and his wife, Lois, have endowed in honor of their beloved grandson will help secure an education for future students at his alma mater.

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