If you think our college faculty, students and alumni relax over the summer, you may want to think again. Learn about how we've been conducting research, presenting at conference and celebrating our accomplishments.
Staci Perlman, assistant professor HDFS, with a joint appointment in UD's DERDC, passed away on Aug. 12, following a brief illness. A memorial service will be held for her on September 18 at 4:00 p.m. in the Gallery in Perkins Student Center.
Steve Godowsky, longtime educator in Delaware and program associate for CEHD's school leadership program, has been nominated for the position of DE's Secretary of Education. He will serve as interim secretary beginning Sept. 17, with a confirmation hearing to be held Oct. 28.
Armando Caro, a math teacher at William Penn High School, got goose bumps following a conversation with Vatekeh Corlon, a student attending the Student STEM Summer Academy held at the… Read More
Three time alumnus Lamont Browne, executive director of EastSide Charter School and Family Foundations Academy, has been selected to receive the Ryan Award, a national award honoring transformational school principals.
Two CEHD students, Mary Beth Elberfeld, M.Ed, and Valerie Hill, ETE, received the 2015 Autism Delaware Daniel and Lois Gray Memorial Scholarship, given annually by Autism Delaware.
On July 1, CEHD will welcome several leaders to new positions within our College. As our dean, Lynn Okagaki, begins her term as UD's interim deputy provost, she will hand the reins over to Carol Vukelich, interim dean. We also welcome Laura Glass, Jackie Wilson and Bahira Trask to their new positions.
Friday, May 29, the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) recognized 337 graduates during its Convocation ceremony. We congratulate them on their achievements and wish them all the best… Read More
July 27 - Aug. 7, access to Alison Hall, Alison Hall West, Pearson Hall, 200 Academy Building and Perkins Parking Garage will be limited, as Academy St. is repaved (yay!). Both auto and pedestrian traffic will be detoured.
Roberta Golinkoff, SOE professor, received the James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award in May, the highest honor conferred by the Association for Psychological Science (APS), for “a lifetime of outstanding contributions to applied psychological research.”