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  • ILCA Winners 2018

    COD Students Receive Statewide Recognition from ILCA

    Four COD Horticulture students recently were recognized at the Illinois Landscape Contractors Association Excellence in Landscape Awards Night for their efforts in the annual ILCA 2018 Landscape Design Contest for College and High School Students. Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Students Create Dinosaurs at 'Dino Day'

    Employing a variety of techniques learned in classes, College of DuPage Welding students used found scrap and metal materials such as copper pipe fittings, metal screens and springs to make Jurassic Era-inspired metal creations as part of “Dino Day." Click on the headline for more information.

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    COD Student Participates in Prestigious Internship

    College of DuPage student Benjamin Hamgeri was one of only 25 college or university students in Illinois selected to participate in the prestigious Mary T. Washington Wylie Accounting Internship Preparation Program. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Field Studies

    COD Study Abroad Ranks Second in Nation

    Because COD’s Field and Experiential Learning/Study Abroad/Global Education program is so successful in creating new opportunities for students, the Institute of International Education recently ranked it second among community colleges nationwide for international study opportunities. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Brian Greene

    Physicist Brian Greene Draws Sold-Out Crowd

    Physicist and String Theorist Brian Greene discusses Einstein’s research to find a single theory to explain all of nature’s forces with a sold-out crowd at College of DuPage. Greene, a Harvard graduate, Rhodes Scholar, and professor of Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University, presented “Chasing Reality: Einstein’s Dream and Beyond.” Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Prairie Light Review

    Scholastic Press Honors COD Literary Magazine

    Prairie Light Review, a juried magazine produced twice a year by COD student editors, recently received First Place from the American Scholastic Press Association for its fall and spring journals from the 2016-2017 academic year. This is the third consecutive year PLR has placed first among schools with enrollments of 2,500 or more. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Black History Month

    BHM Closes With Music and Dance Celebration

    Students, faculty, staff, and community members danced to the beats of the Afrikan Dance and Music Institute during the closing ceremony of College of DuPage’s annual Black History Month celebration. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Mathematics

    Transitions Math Program Helps High School Seniors

    A pilot program between College of DuPage and York High School in Elmhurst is helping high school seniors better prepare for college-level math courses. The Transitions Math Program, launched in August, has shown steady improvement among its participants, meaning more high school students will be ready for a rigorous college math curriculum. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Robotics team

    Robotics Team Prepares for Spring Competitions

    Students on the College of DuPage Robotics Team, an offshoot of the College’s Engineering Club, are gaining crucial hands-on experience preparing for the 30th annual Midwest Robotics Design competition in March and the 2018 NASA Robotic Mining Competition held at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in May. Click on the headline for more information.

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