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  • Financial Data | Dominican University
    Work University Resources Academic Services Book Store Career Development Financial Aid Rebecca Crown Library Athletics STARS DU STARS Intramurals Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Message From The President Accreditation University Mission History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Consumer Information Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research University Profile Institutional Data Enrollment Reports Student Profiles Graduates Student Outcomes Benchmark Reports Admissions Faculty

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/about/oir-institutional-data-financial-data (2016-02-18)
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  • Caritas Veritas Symposium Proposal | Dominican University
    Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Message From The President Accreditation University Mission History Caritas Veritas Symposium Submit a Proposal Archives Interfaith Cooperation McGreal Center Mission Integration Siena Center University Ministry Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Consumer Information Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Current Students Forms Veterans Benefits Caritas Veritas Symposium Proposal Presenter Name Email Co Presenters If any Title

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/about/mission/cvsymposium/cv-proposal-form (2016-02-18)
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  • Caritas Veritas Symposium Archives | Dominican University
    Studies Social Work University Resources Academic Services Book Store Career Development Financial Aid Rebecca Crown Library Athletics STARS DU STARS Intramurals Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Message From The President Accreditation University Mission History Caritas Veritas Symposium Submit a Proposal Archives Interfaith Cooperation McGreal Center Mission Integration Siena Center University Ministry Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Consumer Information Faculty Development Research Services

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  • Interfaith Education | Dominican University
    Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Interfaith Cooperation Education Events Interfaith Education Dominican University is excited about several academic initiatives that seek to foster interfaith appreciation understanding and cooperation Interfaith Learning Outcomes DU s Interfaith Cooperation Committee developed interfaith learning outcomes for use in measuring student learning about religious diversity and interfaith cooperation These learning outcomes are appropriate for use with graduates and undergraduates and in curricular or co curricular initiatives Liberal Arts and Sciences Seminars DU has created curricular anchors that touch most undergraduate students through the Liberal Arts and Sciences Seminars where we have infused religious philosophical common texts at all four levels with the first two explicitly interfaith in emphasis Freshmen students read Living Buddha Living Christ by Thich Nhat Hanh and sophomore students read Encountering God A Spiritual Journey from Bozeman to Benares by Diana Eck Lund Gill Chair Eboo Patel Founder and President of the Interfaith Youth Core IFYC served as Dominican University s 2011 2012 Lund Gill Chair an endowed chair that each year brings to campus an individual of the highest moral and intellectual reputation who can address themes and issues at the heart of the liberal arts and sciences Named by US News World Report as one of America s Best Leaders of 2009 Patel served on President Obama s inaugural Advisory Council of the White House Office of Faith based and Neighborhood Partnerships and holds a doctorate in the sociology of religion from Oxford University Ongoing Impact A summary of our recent work in partnership with IFYC notes many achievements For

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/interfaith/education (2016-02-18)
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  • Interfaith Events | Dominican University
    Apply Interfaith Cooperation Education Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Interfaith Events Upcoming Events Faithful People Living Word III Moses Prophet And Leader March 16 23 30 2015 Priory 263 Team from the Chicago Coalition for Interreligious Learning Arguments for the Sake of Heaven Pirke Avot 5 20 The Present and Future of Jewish Catholic Dialogue February 10 2015 7 00 pm Priory Auditorium Amy Jill Levine PhD University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at the Divinity School and Graduate Department of Religion Vanderbilt University Yuval Ron Ensemmble January 24 2015 7 30 pm World Arts Event Formed in 1999 the Yuval Ron Ensemble endeavors to alleviate national racial religious and cultural divides by uniting the music and dance of the people of the Middle East into an inspiring musical celebration The ensemble includes Jewish Christian and Muslim artists who have been actively involved in creating musical bridges between people of various faiths and ethnic groups worldwide Interfaith Amigos October 29 2014 7 00 pm Lund Auditorium Known for their unique blend of spiritual wisdom and humor Imam Jamal Rahman Pastor Don Mackenzie and Rabbi Ted Falcon openly address the usual taboos of interfaith dialogue the awkward parts of each tradition in order to create a more authentic conversation Eid Celebration October 7 2014 Social Hall Sponsored by the Saudi Club and the Interfaith Committee Food will be served as some exhibits about the Islamic and Saudi culture Past Events God and the Violence Against Women in the Bible September 18 2014 In the Old Testament God s violence against Israel s enemies was a way to show God s love for his people but God s violence was also directed against Israel itself who was cast in the role of an unfaithful wife How do we deal with

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  • Diversity Goals: 2009-2014 | Dominican University
    News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply File a Report For a More Just and Humane Campus Strategic Diversity Plan Diversity Goals 2009 2014 Purpose and Guiding Principles Bias Motivated Offensive Conduct Discrimination and Hate Crimes Gender Based and Sexual Misconduct Policy Reasonable Accommodations for Disabilities One Process Procedures for Ensuring a Just and Humane Campus Reporting Options Message From The President Accreditation University Mission History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Consumer Information Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Current Students Forms Veterans Benefits Diversity Goals 2009 2014 DIMENSION ONE ACCESS AND SUCCESS Goal One To recruit retain and support a vibrant student community that represents and values spiritual racial cultural economic and educational differences and complexities locally regionally and globally Goal Two To recruit retain and support a vibrant faculty and staff community that represents and values spiritual racial cultural economic and educational differences and complexities locally regionally and globally DIMENSION TWO EDUCATION AND SCHOLARSHIP Goal Three To enhance the cultural competencies of faculty staff and students that is to develop our capacities to engage and learn authentically through the multiplicity of human perspectives and differences Goal Four To design deliver and assess inclusive curricula and pedagogies that respect and encourage multiple ways of knowing and being in the world and that embody the university s commitment to excellence through diversity Goal Five To develop opportunities for all members of the Dominican community to become more engaged and responsible citizens of the world through innovative international study service experiential and exchange programs Goal Six To promote and support faculty and student research

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/about/diversity/bias-related-complaints/plan/goals (2016-02-18)
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  • Purpose and Guiding Principles | Dominican University
    File a Report For a More Just and Humane Campus Strategic Diversity Plan Diversity Goals 2009 2014 Purpose and Guiding Principles Bias Motivated Offensive Conduct Discrimination and Hate Crimes Gender Based and Sexual Misconduct Policy Reasonable Accommodations for Disabilities One Process Procedures for Ensuring a Just and Humane Campus Reporting Options Message From The President Accreditation University Mission History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Consumer Information Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Current Students Forms Veterans Benefits Purpose and Guiding Principles The purpose of this planning document is to articulate specific goals and objectives that translate our vision for diversity at Dominican into measurable and transformational institutional practices while helping us navigate successfully Pathways to Distinction as mapped in the current comprehensive University five year strategic plan 2009 2014 Guiding Principles Our Catholic and Sinsinawa Dominican identity mission and legacy all affirm the inherent dignity value and equality of each human person Our Dominican pursuit of truth service and social justice is firmly grounded in our shared values and aspirations as a Catholic community that is we are a community defined by a spirit of inclusion mutual respect empathy hospitality and caring We strive to become an even more inclusive and diverse community in order to achieve both justice and excellence for ourselves and others that is inclusivity and diversity are necessary conditions of our aspiration to be a premier Catholic comprehensive teaching University We acknowledge that our Dominican community does not and should not exist in isolation from the multiple communities that surround us we are deeply implicated in the spiritual social economic and cultural dynamics of the world we inhabit and aspire to change Our institutional mission vision and values must always

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  • Definitions | Dominican University
    Options Message From The President Accreditation University Mission History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Consumer Information Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Current Students Forms Veterans Benefits Definitions Racial and or ethic harassment including hate crimes and racial ethnic discrimination is conduct directed against any person or group of persons based on race ethnicity color or national origin that harms or creates an offensive demeaning intimidating or hostile environment for that person or group of persons Harassment may be oral written and or physical conduct Such conduct includes but is not limited to objectionable epithets demeaning depictions or treatment and threatened or actual abuse or harm Hate Crimes are criminal offenses that are motivated in whole or in part by the offender s bias toward the victim s actual or perceived race religion disability sexual orientation nationality gender or ethnicity Hate crimes are not limited to actual crimes but may also be threatened or attempted crimes and may include assault and battery vandalism or other destruction of property or verbal threats of physical harm Harassment or intimidation may also be a hate crime when intended to deprive or interfere with a person s civil rights Thus a person who initiates or persists in this type of conduct could be subject not only to disciplinary proceeding of the university but also to criminal prosecution Racial and or ethnic discrimination is conduct that serves to limit the social political economic employment or educational opportunities of particular groups or individuals solely on the basis of their race and or ethnicity Racial and or ethnic harassment is further defined as conduct that Is directed at an identifiable person or persons and insults or demeans the person or persons to whom the conduct is directed or abuses a power or authority relationship with that person on the basis of race color ethnicity or national origin by the use of slurs epithets hate words demeaning jokes derogatory stereotypes and similar action and or Is intended to inflict direct injury on that person or persons to whom the conduct is directed and or Is sufficiently abusive or demeaning so severe or pervasive as to create a hostile environment and or Occurs in any context or location such that an intent to inflict direct injury may reasonably be inferred and or Is intended to affect negatively the work or educational environment in a way that makes the treatment of the affected party unequal with respect to his or her proper functioning opportunities for promotion and development because of his or her race color ethnicity or national origin and or Is intended to damage or destroy or damages or destroys private property of any member of the University community or guest because of that person s race or ethnicity with the purpose of making the educational work or living environment hostile for the person whose property was damaged or destroyed The following examples

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