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The University of Delaware has long been at the forefront of teaching and innovation, and we continue to pioneer education across our broad range of degree programs. This page collects the latest University of Delaware current events and educational developments.

Trombone tribute to the U.S. National Parks

Article by Tracey Bryant on September 22, 2020
UD student Ryan Meredith composes music to honor national parks

National Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month

Article by Cindy Hall on September 22, 2020
UD hosts events, special activities to honor U.S.’s Hispanic and Latino heritage

Two UD engineers make “35 Under 35” list

Article by Julie Stewart on September 22, 2020
Cathy Fromen, Aditya Kunjapur recognized by American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Fresh perspective on learning

Article by Karen B. Roberts on September 19, 2020
Undergraduate Abby Griffith aims to spark student success in middle school

UD students compete to register voters

Article by UDaily Staff on September 19, 2020
National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, Sept. 22, a nonpartisan national civic holiday

Finding a silver lining

Article by Karen B. Roberts on September 19, 2020
UD research demonstrates early field-experiences for student teachers is a plus — even online

Studying diamond mining in India

Article by Adam Thomas on September 18, 2020
Master’s student provided policy recommendations to protect environment, artisanal workers’ livelihoods

Perspectives on racism

Article by College of Arts and Sciences Communications Staff on September 18, 2020
Saturday Symposium series begins Oct. 3, focused on anti-Chinese bias

Unequal Justice Research and Public History Fellowship

Article by Jeff Rybicki on September 18, 2020
Undergrads encouraged to apply for the research fellowship by Oct. 1

For the Record, Sept. 18, 2020

Article by UDaily staff on September 18, 2020
University community reports recent honors, presentations, exhibitions