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Human Services Major a Gilman AwardeeJanuary 15, 2018Read more
Cintora applys Gilman Scholarship to Study Abroad Jose Garcia Cintora, a senior Human Services major, was one of three UD recipients of the 2017 Gilman Scholarship. The Gilman Scholarship program, funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educ …
Math Ed professor to study mathematics motivation and engagementJanuary 6, 2018Read more
When children are young, they are mathematically curious all of the time. We hear them challenging each other to count to the highest number, chatting about the concept of infinity, and identifying patterns in games that ask them to “pick the item tha …
Nadisha Downs student researcher/advocateDecember 4, 2017Read more
Nadisha Downs, a Human Services major, collaborated with HDFS faculty, Rob Palkovitz, to study the involvement of young African American fathers in the lives of their children. Nadisha Downs grew up in Wilmington and is intimately aware o …
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).
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.
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.
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 …
Award Winning ResearchersMay 1, 2017Read more
This spring, four CEHD faculty were recognized for their outstanding research on subjects ranging from child development to school psychology. Eight students were presented awards during the CEHD Steele Symposium.
Upcoming EventsApril 12, 2017Read more
CEHD hosts a number of events each spring, to recognize the achievements of our students and celebrate the end of the academic year. Click here to learn more about the Steele Research Symposium, Celebration of Excellence, CEHD Convocation and CEHD’s Alumni Weekend Reception.
Registration open for Steele SymposiumMarch 1, 2017Read more
The Steele Symposium is a great opportunity for students to showcase their classwork or research projects. Registration is open from February 21 – March 22 to enter your submission. Students may elect to present papers or posters.