Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

UD will celebrate Women’s History Month with various events and a Lecture on the Morris sisters who influenced Early American Science. Events are aimed to honor women’s achievements and raise awareness for equality. (UDAILY)
Exploring AI Innovation

Exploring AI Innovation

Studies show over half of American college students are using AI tools for academic work, so UD collaborates with Amazon Web Services are pioneering the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in education. (UDAILY)
COMMENCEMENT 2024

COMMENCEMENT 2024

UD is planning graduation events for the Class of 2024 from May 21 to May 25. The main Commencement ceremony will be on May 25, featuring President Dennis Assanis. (UDaily)
Uncovering Unnamed Figures

Uncovering Unnamed Figures

UD doctoral student Emelie Gevalt curates an exhibit at the American Folk Art Museum in NYC, titled “Unnamed Figures: Black Presence and Absence in the Early American North.” (UDaily)
National Council For Black Studies Relocates To UD

National Council For Black Studies Relocates To UD

The National Council for Black Studies and their new executive Director Professor Alicia Fontnette has relocated to the UD’s Department of Africana Studies. The move provides opportunities for academic excellence and interdisciplinary partnerships....
Black History Month

Black History Month

UD celebrates Black History Month with a lecture by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and more events found on UD’s website. Events are engaging the community in recognizing contributions and activism of Black Americans. (UDaily)