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2013 Year in ReviewJanuary 28, 2014Read 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!
UD colleagues develop engaging mathematics curriculum guideJanuary 22, 2014Read 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 a set with three cookies. While the tasks seem simple, many children, particularly th …
Author Author!December 19, 2013Read more
Faculty and staff in our college have released a number of books this semester, on topics ranging from common core standards to women’s economics to ancient Rome’s political culture. See how we are making a difference
Wilgen Award, HDFS departmental award nominations openDecember 19, 2013Read more
Julie Mapes Wilgen Award in Sexuality and Gender Studies Nominations are now being accepted for the 2014 Julie Mapes Wilgen Award in Sexuality and Gender Studies. Open to all undergraduate and graduate majors at UD, the award is designed to encourage a …
Reading Ranger RickNovember 22, 2013Read more
When reading the Ranger Rick Jr. magazine article “A Spooky Feeling” to children, have them try to predict what might happen next and ask if they think there really is a ghost in Ricky Raccoon’s home. This is an example of the advice University of Dela …
CEHD Graduate Programs Open House Set for Jan. 16October 19, 2013Read more
Join us on January 16 to learn about the CEHD graduate programs. Our Open House has convenient evening hours.
Doctoral Student Selected for DDOE InternshipOctober 7, 2013Read more
This summer, Akisha Jones, a doctoral student in the University of Delaware College of Education and Human Development’s Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics Program, and Rebecca Marshall, a triple major in political science, Spanish, and women and …
Vote for CEHD in Homecoming Spirit ContestOctober 7, 2013Read more
CEHD shows double the spirit! CEHD faculty and staff posed for a photo with twins from The College School, Early Learning Center and the Lab Preschool. Be sure to Vote for Us this week in the Homecoming 2013 Dare to Show More Spirit Contest. Visit the …
Gary Allison selected as Outstanding Faculty MemberSeptember 24, 2013Read more
Gary Allison, assistant professor of special education, was selected by Kappa Alpha Theta as one of their 2013 Ten Outstanding Faculty Members. In addition to teaching at UD for 21 years, Allison also serves as an adviser to three student organizations — Autism Speaks UD, the UD Student Council on Children with Special Needs and UD Best Buddies.
Szymanski Named National Teacher of the YearSeptember 24, 2013Read more
Jill Szymanski, a CEHD alumna and a fourth grade teacher at Brandywine Springs Elementary School, has been named the 2013 National History Teacher of the Year.