Congratulations to our 2016 graduates! You've achieved a major milestone in your life. We want to help you celebrate this special occasion with your family and friends. Please visit our Graduation webpage for details on Convocation, Commencement and Doctoral Hooding.
Faculty, alumni, students and their families are invited to attend CEHD's upcoming events including: Project Search career fair, Steele Research Symposium, Celebration of Excellence, UD's graduation ceremonies and Alumni Weekend.
CEHD's graduate education program moved up two positions in the U.S. News & World Report's 2017 Best Graduate Education Program. We achieved a ranking of 35th overall (out of 376 graduate education programs), and 25th among public institutions.
Access to Perkins Parking Garage will be limited March 28-April 1, to install gas lines. This will affect Academy Street, East Park Place and Courtney St. around the garage.
Steven Amendum, DCTE Faculty Scholar in the School of Education was presented with the 2015 Early Career Achievement Award by the Literacy Research Association. He was recognized for making "significant contributions to literacy research and education."
CEHD is dedicated to addressing the challenges faced by schools, children and families at home and around the world. To learn how our students and faculty helped to make a difference in 2015, we invite you to watch our 2015 Year in Review video.
The Center for Disabilities Studies is sponsoring a FREE film series in January, designed to encourage discussion and increase awareness of disabilities. Join us for a brief presentation by a guest speaker, a movie presentation and a stimulating discussion.
Contributions are being accepted for the newly created Barbara G. VanDornick Scholarship, created to honor Barbara's dedication to UD's teacher education students. The fund will help supplement teacher tests and certification costs.
Liz Farley-Ripple, SOE, was featured in UD's Research magazine, representing Women in Research. Click on her video to learn what drew her to becoming a researcher and what she hopes to accomplish.
The Laboratory Preschool's unveils their new technology, called Bug in the Ear, that allows their classroom teachers to coach student teachers remotely from the adjacent observation booth.