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Jan
26

Office of Information Technology committed to technical support and innovation

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) plays a crucial role at UDC. As the University’s central hub for IT resources, OIT strives to provide students, faculty and staff with the highest quality of IT infrastructure and support possible. Headed by Suresh Murugan, vice president of Information Technology/CIO Office of Information Technology and his 20-member team (eight positions are currently vacant), the Department supports and enables UDC’s efforts toward teaching, learning, and conquering the digital divide.

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Jan
11

Miss Black USA returns to Van Ness, extends gratitude to UDC

Tahira Gilyard, the 2022 Miss Black USA winner, visited the University on Monday, January 9, met with President Mason and took a campus tour. It was the first time Gilyard had returned to the Van Ness Campus since winning the pageant, which was sponsored by UDC and aired live on Fox Soul from the UDC Theatre of the Arts, in August 2022. Gilyard expressed her gratitude for UDC’s support and said that winning Miss Black USA here was a life-changing moment.

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Dec
19

Annual concert helps usher in the holidays

Watch the UDC annual holiday concert, which took place on December 5, and featured the UDC Chorale, The Voices and the UDC Jazz Ensemble. It was the first in-person concert since 2019.

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Dec
07

Director of Alumni Affairs takes pride in being a lifelong Firebird

Director of Alumni Affairs takes pride in being a lifelong FirebirdPhomika Murphy and her mother, Maryam A.W. Muhammad (Washington Technical Institute ‘73) outside the Washington Convention Center on…

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Nov
21

Workforce Development offers healthcare technology training at no cost

Home » Feature 2 Workforce Development offers healthcare technology training at no cost   Danielle Carroll represents the face of a new generation being trained for healthcare technology jobs in [...]
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Nov
09

President Mason shares experience and expertise in TEDCO Talks

President Mason shares experience and expertise in TEDCO Talks TEDCO CEO Troy A. LeMaile-Stovall interviewed President Ronald Mason Jr. in October about the role UDC has played in

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Oct
24

Afghan student participates in Georgetown’s Political Science Predoctoral Summer Institute as part of her goal to support immigrants

For senior political science major Marzia S. Hussaini, impacting political policy in support of immigrants and the underprivileged is a personal matter. Originally from Afghanistan, the political science major took full advantage of being among the 19 students selected to participate in Georgetown University’s first Political Science Predoctoral Summer Institute.

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Oct
11

UDC’s Chemistry Program offers students cutting-edge research opportunities

Home » Feature 2 UDC’s Chemistry Program offers students cutting-edge research opportunities   Nazharie Brandon (left) and UDC alumna Srey Kong (`22) in the material characterization lab. UDC's Chemistry Program [...]
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Sep
23

Fireside chat with UDC president sponsored by alums offers insight and reflection

UDC’s Office of Alumni Affairs and the UDC National Alumni Society sponsored an hourlong fireside chat with President Ronald Mason Jr. on Wednesday, September 21. Mason offered insight on the University’s successes and future goals as he reflected on his service.

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Sep
12

A legacy of nursing education: UDC provides decades of quality healthcare workers to the DMV

The University of the District of Columbia’s Nursing Program has a long history of serving the District with well-educated students. UDC is keeping pace with the national demand for nurses and health care professionals. The University offers two paths to fill the shortages in the medical field through its Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) and the Associate of Applied Science in Nursing (AASN) degree offered through the UDC Community College.

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