Dillard University Logo
Office of Communications & Marketing
  • Dillard Social Media
  • e2Campus Alert
  • Spacer
    Spacer Spacer Spacer  
    Dillard In The News
    The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation to Move From Dillard PDF Print E-mail
    Click here to change font size:
    saxophone11The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation's School of Music, currently at Dillard University, is expected to move from the university campus to a newly-renovated facility. Scheduled to open in the fall of 2014, architect firm Eskew+Dumez+Ripple will make a historic two-story structure in the Treme neighborhood a permanent home for the Heritage School of Music.

    Read more about the school here...






    Dillard has Hill Harper - Louisiana Weekly PDF Print E-mail
    Click here to change font size:

    hill_harp_imagesDillard University is busy with several key events, including its 2012 Commencement, with address by actor, activist, author and philanthropist Hill Harper.

    Read more about Dillard here...




    Dillard Alumnus Michael D. Jones PDF Print E-mail
    Click here to change font size:

    michael_jones_photo_93DE654FD7B20081F51212A035987A25Dillard Alumnus Michael D. Jones cites Dillard University as a guiding force in his life as a litigator and educator. His endowed scholarship is a testament to his devotion to education.

    Read more about Michael D. Jones here...






    Dillard Hosts Coast Guard Industry Day PDF Print E-mail
    Click here to change font size:

    USCG_9225812-smallAs part of NOLA Navy Week, Dillard University will play host to the U.S. Coast Guard for their "Industry Day" on Friday, April 13, 2012. Held in Georges Auditorium, the morning event will have different mariners and marine sector representatives speak about various issues including those of safety, security and vessel inspection processes. The event is free and open to the public and the Dillard community.

    Learn more about the event here... or

    Read more about it here



    Dillard Chair to Host First Holiday Seder at an HBCU PDF Print E-mail
    Click here to change font size:

    culinary-historian-jessica-b-harris.492.325.cJessica B. Harris holds the Ray Charles Chair in African American Material Culture at Dillard University. She will be part of the first official Seder at an HBCU.

    A culinary historian and author,  Harris will give a free public lecture at 6 p.m. in the Bennie G. Thompson Academic and Civil Rights Research Center at Tougaloo, relating African-American food traditions to the Jewish Passover Seder tradition. Harris, a noted expert on African-American food history, is the author of 11 cookbooks documenting foods and foodways of the African Diaspora.

    Read more about this historical event here...

    The Washington Post also reports on this event here...




    << Start < Prev 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Next > End >>

    Page 59 of 66

    spacer spacer spacer  




    Want to know what's happening at Dillard University?

    Sign up for our monthly newsletter!



    Donate to Dillard University


    Dillard University
    2601 Gentilly Boulevard
    New Orleans, Louisiana 70122
    Phone: 504.283.8822


    © Copyright 2008.
    All rights reserved. 

    About Dillard | Academics | Admissions | Current Students | Athletics
    Alumni | Administration | Contact Us | College.Gov

    Dillard University does not discriminate in admissions, educational programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran/Reserve/National Guard status and prohibits such discrimination by its students, faculty and staff. Students, faculty and staff are assured of participation in University programs and use of facilities without such discrimination.