Valerie Earnshaw received 4-Year NIH grantSeptember 14, 2017Read more
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.
Improving ELA instruction in DE classroomsAugust 30, 2017Read more
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 ContestAugust 8, 2017Read more
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 skillsJuly 19, 2017Read more
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.
Do ugly websites horrify you?July 11, 2017Read more
Do you cringe when you click on a website and find outdated content, poorly cropped photos or illogically organized menus? Then do we have an opportunity for you. CEHD is looking for a part time web content developer to help redesign our College and Centers’ websites.
CEHD recognized outstanding alumniJune 7, 2017Read more
During our Alumni Weekend reception, CEHD presented awards to four outstanding alumni. Sally Gore received the Leadership and Community Service Award, Mark Holodick – Excellence in Education Award, Nick Baker – Service to CEHD Award and Zoi Philippakos – New Graduate Award.
Join us for Alumni WeekendMay 30, 2017Read more
CEHD alumni are invited to join us for two free College events during UD’s Alumni Weekend. The College Reception, featuring fabulous conversation, cuisine and cocktails is Friday evening. A MakerSpace Open House in Sat. morning in Willard. Register now!
Graduation is finally here!May 22, 2017Read more
Congratulations! We are looking forward to celebrating this special occasion with your family and friends. Visit our webpage for last minute reminders on convocation and commencement. Remember, for your convenience, we live-stream the ceremonies.
Bullying’s long term effectsMay 9, 2017Read more
Being kicked or shoved intentionally by a schoolmate, being hurt by constant taunting — such instances of aggression, which psychologists refer to as “peer victimization” — can have lasting, harmful impacts. A new study led by the University of Delawar …
Training to Make A Positive ImpactMay 9, 2017Read more
The idea of transitioning into university life can be overwhelming. Excitement and anticipation are accompanied by worries and questions. The University of Delaware’s New Student Orientation (NSO) program, part of Division of Student Life, is designed …