This year CEHD presented the Rita Fillos Award to Elizabeth Adams, communications specialist II, CEHD Dean’s Office and Cait Coster, HDFS administrative assistant, for their superior work and dedication to higher learning.
CEHD students aren't afraid to embrace new experiences. Learn how students in our early childhood, human services and disability studies programs are making a difference.
For 7 years, students in the Student Literacy Council (SLC) have been infusing children with a love of reading through local and international literacy outreach. In recognition of their contributions, the International Literacy Association presented them with their 6th Honor Council Award.
Dear teachers: We know how hard you work to ensure your students have everything they need to succeed, including a bright and inviting classroom. We want to offer our thanks. Be sure to enter our Classroom Contest.
This fall, UD and CEHD are hosting a number of events to welcome our graduate students to campus. Please review the orientation schedule provided.
UD's Laboratory Preschool and Early Learning Center have openings for their fall PreKindergarten/Kindergarten classes. We offer best practices curriculum and innovative programs--see our video on mindfulness in UDaily.
In May, faculty in UD's early childhood education program traveled to Greece to establish a partnership with several schools and universities. By 2017, students in ECE and human services should be able to gain field experience or conduct research at schools in Athens and Patras.
Congratulations to our Children’s Campus! They were awarded the Bernie Alexander Fire Safety award by UD’s department of environmental health & safety. Fire Marshal Kevin McSweeney praised the cohesive efforts of the ELC, Lab Preschool and The College School for their fire safety promotion, training and fire prevention.
Over Memorial Day weekend, 362 students graduated from UD’s College of Education and Human Development, with undergraduate degrees, associate of arts, CLSC certifications, master’s degrees and doctorates.
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Early childhood education students partnered with mechanical engineering students to design developmentally-appropriate toys for young children. As a result of this successful collaboration, some toys have been identified as potential products for a toy manufacturer.