• Defending Equal Access to Food

    December 20, 2019

    UD professor researches food insecurity in American communities As head of the U.S. Food Administration, Herbert Hoover created the “Clean Plate” campaign during World War I to encourage Americans to conserve resources by using less, reducing waste and …

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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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  • 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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  • Roderick Carey,

    Reframing the Problem

    March 13, 2019

    The challenges facing Black and Latino boys as they move through the education system are daunting, said Roderick Carey, assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences (HDFS) at the University of Delaware. It’s not just …

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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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  • 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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  • Drs. Barnes and Johnson receive grant to study culturally responsive teaching

    Drs. Barnes and Johnson receive grant to study culturally responsive teaching

    January 22, 2018

    Assistant professors Dr. Tia N. Barnes and Dr. Bridgette Johnson have been awarded a University of Delaware grant to support their study, “Examining the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, and Teacher Candidate’s Self-Ef …

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  • Valerie Earnshaw receives 4-year NIH grant to study stigma around drug use

    Valerie Earnshaw receives 4-year NIH grant to study stigma around drug use

    September 12, 2017

    In August 2017, Dr. Valerie Earnshaw received a four-year, $750,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study stigma among people with substance abuse disorders (SUDs). UDaily discusses Dr. Earnshaw’s award, and the research project t …

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  • Dr. Jennifer Carrano’s advice on talking to your kids about drugs

    Dr. Jennifer Carrano’s advice on talking to your kids about drugs

    September 7, 2017

    Dr. Jennifer Carrano was featured in the Huffington Post’s article “How to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs Without Sounding Like A PSA,”. Dr. Carrano discusses why it is important to start the conversation early, and how to use age-appropriate strategies …

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