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Orthopaedics in ActionMarch 25, 2015Read more
UD faculty and students in CEHD and the College of Engineering collaborated to create kits for middle and high school classrooms to teach science and math through real-world STEM applications.
Supporting Education and DiversityMarch 23, 2015Read more
The University of Delaware ASPIRE program held a panel discussion featuring alumni on Wednesday, March 11, with the Brandywine School District’s Dorrell Green telling audience members that “it’s not always easy, but it is enjoyable, being able to change and impact lives.”
ETE major Marielle Kraft ready to welcome new freshmenFebruary 9, 2015Read more
My hometown is East Greenwich, Rhode Island, but UD has become the real place that I call home.” –Marielle Kraft, sophomore, Elementary Teacher Education Sophomore Marielle Kraft can’t wait to take the newest Blue Hens under her wings. Recently selecte …
Laboratory Preschool studies Main StreetFebruary 3, 2015Read more
Laura Morris, LPS teacher, and Jennifer Gallo-Fox, HDFS assistant professor, worked with students in UD’s early childhood education class to created an engaging social studies curriculum at the Laboratory Preschool by developing an 18-foot model of Main Street. This project was designed to help PreK/K students understand the concept of community
Bridging the GapJanuary 15, 2015Read more
Prof. Bahira Trask was invited to present on cultural diversity and families at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, and decided to bring three UD students along with varied life experiences, hoping to generate a productive discussion.
UD is Officially EngagedJanuary 13, 2015Read more
UD grad Emily Sklar hoped to instill a love of science in the youngsters who participated in the Marvelous Microbes camp. This is just one of the programs that helped UD earn the Community Engagement classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Faculty in the newsDecember 2, 2014Read more
Perlman researches alternatives for children experiencing homelessness. Mineo discusses housing options for people with disabilities. Golinkoff discusses the importance of hands-on play. Trask offers family holiday survival tips.
Can a Teacher Be Too Dedicated?November 13, 2014Read more
James Cavanagh is 22 years old, fresh out of the University of Delaware. With his degree in elementary education, he could have gotten a job anywhere—and he chose to teach at one of the most demanding public schools in America.
Student volunteers from UD buildOn chapter construct schoolhouse in NicaraguaNovember 13, 2014Read more
For University of Delaware student Katlin Sullivan, a volunteer trip to Nicaragua was “by far the most amazing experience of her life.” For one week, she and 12 other UD students helped to build a primary school in a small community near Matagalpa. Sul …
Artfest gives expression to people of all abilitiesOctober 28, 2014Read more
For people with disabilities who lack fine motor skills, the simple act of drawing or painting can be challenging. But on Saturday, a group of University of Delaware students were there to help them bridge the gap.