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Angela Duckworth Teacher Education Conversation video

Angela Duckworth, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, joined the UD College of Education and Human Development for a conversation and question and answer Read More

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Join us for an Educational Leadership Alumni Reception on October 17!

The School of Education invites the alumni of its doctoral program in Educational Leadership and faculty members to join them for an evening of cocktails and conversation at the Ed.D. Read More

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September 2015 achievements

Please join the School of Education in congratulating its faculty and students and SOE colleagues in affiliated centers on their achievements over the month of September 2015. The School of Read More

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Ed.D. alumnus applies research to reduce senior dropout rate

In June 2005, only 385 seniors at William Penn High School in New Castle, Delaware, graduated. Fifty-five students, or 12 percent of the 440-student senior class failed to graduate, even Read More

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Welcome to our admitted students!

Congratulations on your admission to the University of Delaware. We hope you are excited about the possibilities! We have lots of information to help you make your decision. Top 10 Read More

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Alumni Weekend registration now open

The College of Education and Human Development is hosting several events to help our alumni reconnect with each other during this fun-filled weekend, as well as provide useful information for Read More

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Two education professors honored for excellence in teaching, advising

Two education professors were among the eight UD professors who were honored on May 6 with awards for Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring. Gary Allison, Read More

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CEHD Displays Scholarship at Symposium, Celebrates Success

On April 12, the University of Delaware College of Education and Human Development set aside a day to showcase student scholarship and celebrate the success of undergraduate and graduates alike. Read More

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Hampel Pens Opinion Piece About Extracurricular Activities

Advanced placement English? No thanks. Calculus? Maybe in college. When I as in high school, I avoided the hardest courses so I could devote more time to my favorite extracurricular Read More

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CEHD Graduate Open House

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 Read More

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Laura Eisenman honored for disability advocacy

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 Read More

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In support of graduate scholarship

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 Read More

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Education professor to share in $1.46 million grant

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 Read More

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Building Leaders 4 Peace

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 Read More

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Support the School of Education on #GivingTuesday

      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 Read More

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Education shortcuts: worthwhile or worthless?

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 Read More

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Ode to Georgetown Associate of Arts Program

  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 Read More

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Launching the Partnership for Healthy Communities

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: Read More

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Fontana Financial Literacy Fund

Gift from UD alumna Donna Fontana to impact more than 700 teachers and 80,000 students in Delaware During her time as an undergraduate finance major at the University of Delaware Read More

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