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  • Apr. 29th, 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM: IHRC "Historical GIS-for Bloody Beginners!"
    @ 203 Munroe Hall:
    Helmut Walser Smith, Vanderbilt University, will lead a workshop on GIS for the humanities.
    This workshop introduces GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to students in the humanities and shows how to make elementary thematic maps. Very little pre-knowledge is required. The maps lack bells and whistles and multiple layers of functionality. Yet making them brings us into the world of spatial thinking in the humanities. One simple goal is that everyone leaves having made a map.
    RSVP by April 15.
  • Apr. 29th, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM: Department of Anthropology: Annual Alumni Lecture and Student Awards Ceremony
    @ Kirkbridge 006:

    George Galasso, United States Department of Agriculture, will present “International Agriculture Development: An Anthropologist's Perspective.”

  • Apr. 29th, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM: Red
    @ Studio Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts:
    Raw and provocative, this the 2010 Tony Award winner for Best Play paints a mesmerizing portrait of master abstract painter Mark Rothko as he works feverishly with his assistant, Ken, on the biggest commission in the history of modern art — a series of massive murals for New York’s Four Season’s restaurant. Presented by the University of Delaware’s Resident Ensemble Players (REP).
  • Apr. 30th, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM: Red
    @ Studio Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts:
    Raw and provocative, this the 2010 Tony Award winner for Best Play paints a mesmerizing portrait of master abstract painter Mark Rothko as he works feverishly with his assistant, Ken, on the biggest commission in the history of modern art — a series of massive murals for New York’s Four Season’s restaurant. Presented by the University of Delaware’s Resident Ensemble Players (REP).
 

 From the Dean

 
  • Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Delaware, where arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences comprise the intellectual and cultural life of the oldest and largest of the University’s seven colleges. Here, we blend the rich liberal arts tradition with the newest advancements in science and research. From a Nobel Laureate to a Rhodes Scholar, our faculty and students enrich not just our campus community but the world.

    Our students are actively engaged in “discovery learning,” studying solar activity in Antarctica, producing documentaries in Uganda and working alongside faculty on the most pressing questions of our day. Our faculty are mentors, researchers and experts in “idea leadership,” educating the next generation of scholars and advancing the scholarship of their fields. Our alumni exemplify our status as a “talent magnet,” using their knowledge and education to thrive in their professions.

    With 23 academic departments, 27 interdisciplinary programs and centers, and more than 10,000 students, the College of Arts and Sciences invites you to learn more about our great college by visiting us in person—or virtually, through these pages.

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  • Four College of Arts and Sciences graduates were honored with Alumni Achievement Awards at the college's sixth annual Celebrating Achievement and Success ceremony, held May 19 in UD's Roselle Center for the Arts.

 

 

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