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  • Feb. 21: Teacher of the Year Event with UD Alumni

    February 20, 2018

    “During one of my education classes at the University of Delaware,” reflected UD School of Education alumna Tory Curtis, “I worked with children in the Latin American Community Center in Wilmington. It was there that I began to get a glimpse into the e …

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  • CEHD Graduate Open House

    January 10, 2018

    We invite you to join us on January 25 at 5:00 pm to learn about our graduate programs at our CEHD Graduate Programs Open House. Learn about graduate student life at University of Delaware, meet current graduate students, talk with program faculty, and …

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  • Laura Eisenman honored for disability advocacy

    January 3, 2018

    UD Office of Disability Support Services helps students with a range of challenges Building an environment of inclusive excellence is a top priority for the University of Delaware under the leadership of President Dennis Assanis. This mission was addre …

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  • In support of graduate scholarship

    December 19, 2017

    Unidel Foundation grant supports distinguished graduate scholars program Interim Provost Robin W. Morgan has announced a $2.5 million grant from the Unidel Foundation to establish and support a distinguished graduate scholars program at the University …

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  • Education professor to share in $1.46 million grant

    December 4, 2017

    Amanda Jansen will study mathematics motivation and engagement When children are young, they are mathematically curious all of the time. We hear them challenging each other to count to the highest number, chatting about the concept of infinity, and ide …

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  • Building Leaders 4 Peace

    November 28, 2017

    UD alumna founded Peace Camp initiative for young adults During a Building Leaders 4 Peace Peace Camp in July 2017, Martha, a woman from the war-torn country of Colombia offered these words, “Peace is a process, and it is not going to be easy, but it i …

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  • Support the School of Education on #GivingTuesday

    November 28, 2017

      The School of Education  is a vibrant learning community of faculty and students preparing well-educated, reflective and enthusiastic educators to make a difference in the lives of school children, families, and communities. Faculty members in t …

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  • Education shortcuts: worthwhile or worthless?

    November 27, 2017

    School of Education professor Robert Hampel publishes book on A History of Shortcuts in American Education “A Fascinating Money-Making Art Career Can Be Yours!” Norman Rockwell promised aspiring artists in an ad for his Famous Artists School, where 24 …

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  • Ode to Georgetown Associate of Arts Program

    November 13, 2017

    Now in Newark, elementary education senior thriving Erika Komp admitted to feeling a little disappointed when all her friends went away to college—living the “typical college life”—while she chose to live at home and pursue her Associate of Arts (AA) d …

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  • Launching the Partnership for Healthy Communities

    November 6, 2017

    Partnership to mobilize UD’s research, education, public service efforts University of Delaware President Dennis Assanis launched the UD Partnership for Healthy Communities at the 10th annual Vision Coalition Conference, titled: Strengthening Partnersh …

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