Every semester, approximately 80 UD elementary teacher education students begin their first experience service learning by mentoring at the Latin American Community Center (LACC) or the Fraim Boys and Girls Club. Read More
To illustrate the many ways we make a difference in the community, we created an infographic highlighting how our dedicated faculty prepare students to become well-educated professionals–through rigorous coursework and hands-on training–ready to succeed in their chosen fields. Read More
When Rebecca Vitelli’s mentor Myae Han, University of Delaware associate professor of human development and family studies, suggested she attend the international conference of the Association for the Study of… Read More
Jim Hiebert, SOE professor, has been selected to receive the 2015 Senior Scholar Award by AERA’s Special Interest Group for Research in Mathematics Education (SIG/RME). The award will be presented in April, 2015. Read More
This fall, the University of Delaware’s School of Education will launch a new online master’s program in teacher leadership designed to respond to the quickly changing needs of the teaching… Read More
University of Delaware employee Danielle Dolan submitted the winning ice cream ingredients for the limited edition Alumni Weekend flavor.
Called “Dela-bration,” her combination of vanilla ice cream, peanut… Read More
This year, CEHD bestowed degrees on 321 undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students. The Convocation ceremony was held on May 30, where Dean Okagaki congratulated students on their achievement before urging them to use their degree to make a difference. Read More
Traveling to the other side of the globe to pursue an education is no easy feat, but New Zealander Lara Andrews was determined to play softball while going to college… Read More
The University of Delaware College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) showcased student research and celebrated the achievements of undergraduate and graduate students during special events on May 2 at… Read More
When University of Delaware freshman Victoria Draper was competing in beauty pageants as a teenager, she was encouraged to give back to her community through service.
That, with her growing… Read More