• Graduate Programs Open House

    Graduate Programs Open House

    October 1, 2018

    Graduates of the CEHD master’s and doctoral programs are prepared to advance their careers in education and human services.  Join our Open House to learn more about our graduate programs.   The Open House will take place on Friday, November 9, 2018 at …

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  • Poster submissions now open for the Global Graduate Collaboration Conference

    Poster submissions now open for the Global Graduate Collaboration Conference

    April 2, 2018

    Poster submissions are now being accepted through May 4 for the 2018 Global Graduate Collaboration Conference! HDFS graduate students will host a two-day virtual conference, “Collaboration in the Human Sciences: Moving from Theory to Practice in Local …

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  • Gillian Williams, AAUW club president and Laura Cutler, HDFS doctoral student, club member

    Laura Cutler helping to launch AAUW group at UD

    March 30, 2018

    Laura Cutler, a doctoral student in HDFS, is a member of Newark’s newly reinstated chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Laura has helped launch an AAUW registered student organization (RSO) on campus for undergraduate and gra …

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  • Social entrepreneurship series features Jason Aviles on April 18

    Social entrepreneurship series features Jason Aviles on April 18

    March 19, 2018

    Jason Aviles is CEO of FLYOGI LLC, Executive Director of Wilmington Placemakers Inc., Program Director of Wilmington Green Box and Co-Founder of Artist Ave Station. Jason graduated from consciousness-based institution, Maharishi University of Managemen …

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  • Early Childhood Education faculty

    Biden Institute features blog by Dr. Bahira Trask

    March 15, 2018

    Dr. Bahira Trask published a blog with the Biden Institute discussing how HDFS is “Preparing Students for 21st Century Careers” through a focus of social entrepreneurship in the field of human services. Dr. Trask explains how HDFS students are prepared …

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  • Film Screening of What’s Race Got to Do With It?

    Film Screening of What’s Race Got to Do With It?

    March 13, 2018

    HDFS is hosting a screening and discussion of What’s Race Got to Do With It? on Wed. April 4 from 1:30-3:30 pm. in 311 Pearson Hall. The film goes beyond identity politics, celebratory history and guilt trips to help viewers “see through” achievement m …

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  • Social entrepreneurship series returns on 3/14 with Dr. Courthney Russell, Jr.

    Social entrepreneurship series returns on 3/14 with Dr. Courthney Russell, Jr.

    March 9, 2018

    Dr. Courthney Russell, Jr. of Mastermind Society will lead the HDFS Social Entrepreneurship Professional Development series on March 14th at 12:15pm in 220 ALS. Mastermind Society focuses on social entrepreneurship and poverty. Dr. Courthney Russell, J …

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  • Drs. Earnshaw and Barnes looking at bullying based on stigma

    Drs. Earnshaw and Barnes looking at bullying based on stigma

    March 8, 2018

    Dr. Valerie Earnshaw and Dr. Tia Barnes have published a study in Developmental Review looking bullying based on stigmatized characteristics such as gender, sexual orientation, race, disabilities, etc. Recently, there has been an increase in stigma-bas …

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  • Save the date: Virtual Grad Student Conference May 31 & June 1

    Save the date: Virtual Grad Student Conference May 31 & June 1

    March 6, 2018

    HDFS graduate students will host a two-day virtual conference, “Collaboration in the Human Sciences: Moving from Theory to Practice in Local and Global Contexts,” in collaboration with the University of Patras in Greece and the University of Tübingen i …

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  • Latiaynna Tabb to present inaugural Social Entrepreneurship series

    Latiaynna Tabb to present inaugural Social Entrepreneurship series

    February 26, 2018

    Wednesday, February 28th is the start of the new Social Entrepreneurship Professional Development Series, which will bring a variety of entrepreneurs to campus to discuss their career paths, and how they have built their careers around the benefits of …

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