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Waterway Alliance for
Training of Environmental Reserach


New Orleans presents an excellent testbed in which to devise comprehensive research and education programs, as well as, effective policy that promote the sustainability, resiliency, and biodiversity of urban ecosystems.



Health Sciences


The College of Health Sciences includes the School of Nursing and the School of Public Health.



College of Arts and Sciences


The College of Arts and Sciences includes theDepartments of Humanities and  Social Sciences & the School  of  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).



Pre-Collegiate Emerging Scholars & TRiO Programs


The overall goal of these programs is to instill confidence in our students by providing support, counseling, various workshops, and activities to promote student success.



Commencement 2014

“No dream is too big, no vision is too bold. As long as we stay hungry for education and let that hunger be our North Star, there is nothing, graduates, nothing that we cannot achieve.”


-- Michelle Obama, Dillard University

College of General Studies


After completing the General Education Core Curriculum, students transition into their majors for their junior and senior years.




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WATER

Waterway Alliance for Training and Environmental Research

Avenue of the Oaks

One of the most picturesque campuses in the US, Dillard University's Avenue of the Oaks holds special events such as Commencement.

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Mission Statement

The Interdisciplinary Urban Environmental Studies Targeted Infusion Project (IUES-TIP), with its origins in the Biology Department at Dillard University, is designed to foster a cadre of well-trained undergraduates in the use of multiple frames of reference to explore linkages between natural and human systems, and the human behaviors that drive environmental and natural resource changes.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Controller's Office is to provide fiscal integrity, accountability for university resources, and support university community and its external constituents by ensuring compliance with Generally Accepted Policies & Procedures


Mission Statement

The mission of the Dillard University’s Center for Intensive English Language is to provide international students in pursuit of meaningful language acquisition with a competitive edge on the English Language, American culture, diversification and the skills that are integral to becoming successful students and professionals.


 

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Contact Us -Pre-Collegiate Emerging Scholars &TRiO


Dr. Kevin Bastian
Assistant Vice President for Student Success
kbastian@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4714

Contact Us -Commencement


Office of Academic Affairs
(504) 816-4662

Contact Us - WATER


Dr. Ruby Broadway
Faculty
rbroadway@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4725

Contact Us


Dr. Phyllis Worthy Dawkins
Provost and Senior VP of Academic Affairs
pdawkins@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4662

Contact Us - UR


Lynn Strong, MPA, CIM
Director of Undergraduate Research 2012 Dent Hall, Room 106
lstrong@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4446

Contact Us - HS


School of Nursing

Dr. Sharon Hutchinson
Chair and Professor of Nursing
shutchsinson@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4717

Contact Us - Business


College of Business

Helen R. Bougere
Administrative Assistant/VITA Coordinator
hbougere@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4698

Contact Us - OC


Mailing address:
2601 Gentilly Blvd., Rosenwald Hall
Room 106
N.O., LA 70122
504-816-4050

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm

Contact Us - Main


School of Humanities

Zena Ezeb
Administrator
zezeb@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4450

School of STEM

Pamela Juanita Nicholson
Executive Assistant
pnicholson@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4722

School of Social Sciences

Shawn Bosby
Administrator
sbosby@dillard.edu
(504) 816-4171

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Tuesday, September 24th

Dr. Clarence B. Jones, speechwriter for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1960-68 and author, “Behind the Dream: The Making of the Speech that Transformed A Nation” (2011).
August marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.

Thursday October 17th
Rev. Jim Wallis, New York Times bestselling author, public theologian, speaker, and international commentator on ethics and public life. Author of 10 books including “On God's Side: What Religion Forgets and Politics Hasn't Learned About Serving the Common Good” (April 2013). I have posted an editorial by Rev. Wallis at the bottom so you can get a flavor of what he does.

TBA
Sunny Hostin, CNN Legal Commentator. This will be the Ortique Lecture for the year. As you might know, I’ve been consumed by the Trayvon Martin case and how do we move forward when it appears laws in the same state produce radically different outcomes (read about Marissa Alexander).
 

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