• HRA Conference Award

    HRA Conference Award

    October 22, 2019

    Human Development and Family Sciences will sponsor a limited number of students interested in attending the Delaware Society for Human Resources Management annual conference in Dover, DE on November 4 and 5.  Interested students can submit an applicati …

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  • Fall Social Entrepreneurship Series

    Fall Social Entrepreneurship Series

    October 7, 2019

    Social Entrepreneurship in Residence Talk: Meghan Wallace and Catherine Lindroth, Co-Founders of Social Contract Social Contract helps communities solve complex social problems. They partner with government, philanthropic, and community leaders who are …

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  • Graduate Programs Open House

    September 24, 2019

    There are numerous ways you can find out more about graduate programs within the School of Education, Human Development & Family Sciences and several multi-disciplinary programs. Join us at one or all! Friday, November 8th, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Room 0 …

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  • Race and Culture Series: Research and Justice: Contradiction or Willful Ignorance?

    September 10, 2019

    Thursday, October 17th 3:00 – 5:00 PM 116 Willard Hall Light Refreshments will be served Stovall’s workshop seeks to engage university researchers/scholars in a series of questions that have been understood as contentious over the last 80 years.  These …

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  • Research Colloquium

    September 4, 2019

    UDisclose: Supporting disclosure decisions among Delawareans in recovery from substance use disorders Friday, September 20th from 3:00 – 5:00 pm, in 220 Alison Hall Reception with refreshments immediately following the seminar RSVP syarr@udel.edu Descr …

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  • Samantha Leonard with Groomed book cover

    Surviving Sexual Assault

    August 2, 2019

    Book authored by alumna Samantha Leonard shed light on how predators “groom” victims As a survivor of childhood sexual assault, University of Delaware alumna Samantha Leonard knows that sexual predators are methodical about targeting and manipulating t …

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  • Independence Day For People With Disabilities…Or Not

    Independence Day For People With Disabilities…Or Not

    July 11, 2019

    Professor Steven Eidelman outlines why ‘interdependence’ is a more worthwhile pursuit than ‘independence’…for all people. July 4th is upon us. Independence Day. We celebrate America’s signing of the Declaration of Independence. The official beginning o …

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  • Honored with the 2019 Excellence in Teaching Awards are, from left, Rob Palkovitz, William Lewis, Jack Puleo and Flora Poindexter

    Celebrating Excellent Teaching and Advising

    May 22, 2019

    Faculty and graduate students recognized for excellence in teaching and advising Four members of the University of Delaware faculty have been recognized for outstanding work in teaching and two for excellence in advisement and mentoring. In addition, f …

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  • Valerie Earnshaw

    UD’s Valerie Earnshaw Honored Nationally for Research on HIV Stigma

    April 5, 2019

    She interviewed him at the methadone clinic. He had HIV and a heroin use disorder. Valerie Earnshaw, a professor at the University of Delaware, was in graduate school at the time, gathering data for her psychology research. What he told her will stay w …

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  • Joshua Wilson (left), assistant professor in the University of Delaware’s School of Education, with undergraduate research assistants Mckenna Winnie (center) and Ally Raiche

    From Students to Scholars

    March 27, 2019

    Undergraduate research enhances UD experience As an assistant professor in the University of Delaware’s School of Education (SOE), Joshua Wilson frequently employs undergraduate assistants to provide support for grant-funded research projects. For some …

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