• Two students study abroad in Barbados with Gilman Scholarship

    Two students study abroad in Barbados with Gilman Scholarship

    February 27, 2015

    Jaylen Wingfield and Ayanna Gill traveled to Barbados in Winter 2015 to participate in service learning study abroad program with the help of the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program. To learn more about their service experience, and the scholarship …

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  • Dr. Buell and Dr. Hallam invited to attend Salzburg Global Seminar

    Dr. Buell and Dr. Hallam invited to attend Salzburg Global Seminar

    February 25, 2015

    Dr. Martha Buell and Dr. Rena Hallam have been selected as 2015 Salzburg Fellows, along with two other University of Delaware professors, and will travel to Austria to participate in a Salzburg Global Seminar. Dr. Buell and Dr. Hallam will attend as ex …

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  • 29th Annual Women’s History Month Film Series announced

    29th Annual Women’s History Month Film Series announced

    February 19, 2015

    The University of Delaware has announced the 29th Annual Women’s History Month Film series, which will run on Monday evenings from February 23 through March 23. The series is free and open to the public. For schedule information view the UDaily article …

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  • Campus Events Celebrate Black History Month

    Campus Events Celebrate Black History Month

    February 19, 2015

    The University of Delaware is hosting a range of events and activities to commemorate Black History Month. Events include lectures by MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry and the president and former CEO of Harlem Children’s Zone, Geoffrey Canada. Exhibitions …

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  • Lab Preschool students create model of Newark’s Main Street

    Lab Preschool students create model of Newark’s Main Street

    February 18, 2015

    Dr. Gallo-Fox, Assistant Professor, and Laura Morris, Master Teacher, designed the Main Street Project to encourage students at the Laboratory Preschool to learn about their community in Newark. Student participated in field trips to Main Street and wo …

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  • Dr. Trask to speak at UN NGO Committee Meeting Feb. 26

    Dr. Trask to speak at UN NGO Committee Meeting Feb. 26

    February 9, 2015

    Dr. Trask will present “Changing Families, Changing Societies: How Women, Aging, and Cultural Diversity are Transforming our World” at the next General Meeting of the UN NGO Committee on the Family in New York.

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  • Dr. Michael Ferrari to present first Spring Colloquium on Feb. 20

    Dr. Michael Ferrari to present first Spring Colloquium on Feb. 20

    January 29, 2015

    Dr. Michael Ferrari will discuss the American Psychiatric Association’s recent publication on the DSM-5 (The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) on February 20, 2015 in 220 Alison Hall.

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  • Osher invites Dr. Bahira Trask and HDFS students to discuss families

    Osher invites Dr. Bahira Trask and HDFS students to discuss families

    January 14, 2015

    Dr. Bahira Trask and a panel of students, including HDFS graduate students Laura Andrews and Lauren Stegemen, participated in a panel discussion during the “Current Issues — Lecture and Discussion” class at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Read the …

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  • Staci Perlman helps homeless children, combats developmental delays

    Staci Perlman helps homeless children, combats developmental delays

    December 9, 2014

    Dr. Staci Perlman’s research on promoting the development and well-being of homeless youth is highlighted by UDaily. Dr. Perlman also appeared as a guest on WHYY’s Radio Times to discuss child homelessness.

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  • Human Services Senior volunteers with buildOn in Nicaragua

    Human Services Senior volunteers with buildOn in Nicaragua

    November 12, 2014

    Katlin Sullivan, a senior in the Human Services major, spent a week in Nicaragua building a school with other volunteers from buildOn.  Read more about Katlin’s experience and other opportunities to support buildOn’s efforts in the United States and ar …

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