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BL4P Peace Camp in Colombia Alumna Committed to Peace

In an effort to inspire a future of peace around the world, Kendra DeMicco, MAT '13, established a young adult leadership development initiative. In 2017, her team held 3 Peace Camps--in Turkey, Iraq and Colombia, South America-- bringing together 150 young people with opposing ideologies.

UD campus in summer Open job searches with CEHD

In addition to our postings for academic positions, we have added a job listing for a Part-Time Recruitment Specialist. If you have experience marketing undergrad and grad programs, apply to join our dynamic team while working on our beautiful Newark campus.

Graduate Programs Open House

Join us this fall to learn about CEHD Graduate Programs. We are hosting open houses online and in person, providing information about our faculty, curriculum, funding and application requirements for our masters and doctoral programs.

DE House Bills 193 143 signed Gov. Carney signs 3 education bills

CEHD faculty and staff participated in the signing of 3 House Bills aimed at improving K-12 education in Delaware. These will the help increased pool of new teachers in DE public schools, and require high schools to offer computer science courses.

Nick Bell's community award CEHD recognizes excellence

Dean Vukelich presented three awards this month, recognizing the work of CEHD colleagues: Nick Bell received the Dr. Rita M. Fillos Award; Bill Lewis the CEHD Excellence in Teaching Award and Josh Wilson the Dean’s Research Award.

New Alumni!

Congratulations on graduating from UD. Whether you now have your Associate’s degree or a Ph.D., we are here to provide support and encouragement throughout your professional journey.


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Valerie Earnshaw received 4-Year NIH grant

Dr. Earnshaw received an Early Career Development award from National Institute of Health. She will study of stigma surrounding drug use while being mentored by Jean-Philippe Laurenceau, UD professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences.

Prof Wilson demonstrates PEG software to student Improving ELA instruction in DE classrooms

Literacy professors Josh Wilson and Charles MacArthur received an IES grant to study the effect PEG Writing software has on nearly 3,000 students from Red Clay School District in grades 3-5. The grant partners them with Gaysha Beard, supervisor of Red Clay's English language arts (ELA). 

#CEHDClassrooms Contest

Calling all teachers! To recognize and reward you for all the time, energy and money spent on your classrooms, enter your photos in the #CEHDClassrooms Contest. Deadline August 31.

Building life skills

On July 19, a student in CDS's Summer CLSC program joined the Dean's staff to learn about communications and marketing. CLSC provides young adults with disabilities the opportunity to develop essential life skills and explore practical experiences in their intended career path.

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