John Scali, a University of Delaware alumnus who teaches at Concord High School, has been named the 2013 Delaware High School Teacher of the Year by the American Chemical Society… Read More
To ensure that students in the U.S. choose to embrace the increasingly important subjects of science, technology, engineering, and math, it is critical to support math and science teachers who… Read More
When University of Delaware alumna Kendra DeMicco, who received a master’s degree from the College of Education and Human Development, became an English teacher, she didn’t want her students to… Read More
Friday, May 2, 2014 8:30 am to 2:00 pm Embassy Suites Newark 645 South College Ave.
Featuring poster and paper presentations by graduate and undergraduate students, the The 29th Annual… Read More
CEHD summer camps are now enrolling. There are opportunities for children of all ages. Help keep your kids entertained and educated over the summer. For more information see http://www.cehd.udel.edu/camps-2014/.
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CEHD alumni, Mike (Pops) Adams, a 10-year National Football League veteran who led UD to the 2003 national championship, made his first Super Bowl appearance, playing for the Denver Broncos. Adams graduated in 2004 with a degree in human services, education and public policy. Read More
A number of career fairs are scheduled this spring for students and alumni. More information and resources are available at UD Career Services.
UD Spring Career Fair Thurs., February 27,… Read More
To showcase the efforts of our College, we created a video highlighting the accomplishments of our students, faculty and alumni in 2013. Here’s to an equally successful 2014! Read More
Think how difficult math would be for a kindergartner who can’t tell you that three pennies represents the number three, or that a set with five cookies has more than… Read More
On January 12, UD held its Winter Commencement. Over 60 students from our College received their undergraduate and graduate degrees. We wish them all the best and encourage them, and all our alumni, to stay in touch. Read More