Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Your Cart   |   Sign In   |   Register
Community Search
February 2014
Share |

Building Relationships Since 1852

The relationships made here at UD are a memorable part of our UD experience. Listen as Emily Coon (C'14), Alyssa Hess (C'14), Cody Shipp (C'15), Jenna Skopek (C'15), Professors Jenn Supple Bartels and Ben Bartels tell us about the lasting relationships they have made at the University of Dubuque.


It's Valentine's Day and we are celebrating the couples who found love at UD and are sharing their love for UD by giving back! Thank you to the Spartan Couples who have shared their love with the University of Dubuque by giving back from February 2013 to January 2014! Click here to read the list.

Congratulations to Fall 2013 Dean's List Recipients

Congratulations to all the University of Dubuque students who made the Dean's List Fall 2013. To qualify for the Dean's List, students had to achieve a 3.5 GPA. Click here for a full list.


Adrian Choral Festival

The Adrian Choral Festival is a new tradition named to honor the founder of the University of Dubuque, Adrian Van Vliet. As we honor our founder, the University began this new tradition with a choral festival in the context of a rich history in fine and performing arts on campus on February 3. Click here to read more.


Advancement Department Welcomes Two New Team Members

Mary Beth Theis and Melissa Hemesath have joined the Advancement Team as Development Officers. Click here to read about them!


Heritage Center Update

Did you know that as an alumnus/a of the University of Dubuque, your ticket price to the Live at the Heritage Center event series is $4-$5 off of regular public prices? For Fahrenheit 451, alumni tickets are only $25 (prime seating) or $20 (rear balcony seating). This is a bargain for this caliber of professional theater! We hope to see you there!


Wendt Center Update

"What matters in the end is not our becoming but what we become," urges Nick Carr, author of The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to our Brains. Stop and look around. Very likely someone nearby is staring into a screen. Our mobile, digital technologies offer us endless connectivity, bringing people together. They also are shaping us into technologically driven people of distraction and trivia. One more message to read. One more text to send. One more update to check. One more game level to achieve. One more search and the answer will be had. Click here to read more.


Seminary Update

Though you wouldn't know it from the weather in Dubuque, spring semester has started on campus and online for Dubuque Theological Seminary. In addition to popular core courses such as Introduction to the New Testament and Reformation and Modern Church History, students can choose from a variety of electives such as Preaching from the Psalms, Christianity and Islam, and Devotional Classics. The start of a new semester is always an exciting time. Click here to read more.

Bataan March Adds Perspective
Christian de la Torre, a University of Dubuque ROTC cadet, recalls the start of a 26.2-mile hike, with a pack weighing more than 45 pounds, last March in the New Mexico desert. He called it an "eye-opening" experience. Click here to read more.
Sign In
Sign In securely
Latest News