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Faculty Spotlight: Marjolijn van der Velde

Marjolijn van der Velde started out at DU as a resident director at Davenport University at the former Fulton Street […]

A Day in the Life of National Cherry Festival Director Kat Paye, ’04

They say life is like a bowl of cherries. For Kat Paye, ’04, it really is. Paye is the executive […]

DU professor’s biometrics research has implications for security and databases

Biometric systems are used to recognize the identities of people, often based on their face, fingerprint or even their iris […]

Making the jump from a ‘wantrepreneur’ to an entrepreneur

James Czerew, a 2007 College of Technology alumnus, started his first company, TechConnect, LLC, in 2011 after a period of […]

Kjarkur, leadership and life stories

Surrounded by lava fields, mountains and glaciers, Davenport University Professor Chris Hamstra spent a few chilly weeks at Bifröst University […]

Servant leadership — in life, the military and the classroom

Anything worthwhile is worth working for and nothing’s free. That’s the mantra of Dr. James Turner, a faculty member in […]

Helping military veterans excel in the classroom and into nursing careers

Davenport University is helping military students move from combat boots to scrubs through its Veterans Bachelor of Science in Nursing pathway, the […]

A Caribbean adventure in service, sport and sights

More than 2,000 miles from Michigan, the Women’s Volleyball team explored life in what seemed like another world — surrounded […]

Faculty Spotlight: Saleela Hollingsworth

A little over a year ago, Saleela Hollingsworth joined Davenport University as an assistant professor in the College of Arts […]

10 facts about Davenport University’s history

One In 1928, the first Davenport basketball team was formed, introducing organized athletics to the school. Two In December 1884, […]

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