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  • Sep. 17th, 12:30 PM to 1:10 PM: 'The Material Culture of War'
    @ 222 ISE Lab:
    On the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, this series of talks by faculty, advanced graduate students and experts from the community provides interdisciplinary perspectives on people and objects during times of armed conflict, declared or not, on the battlefield and on the home front. Ritchie Garrison, Department of History and Director, Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, will present “Organized Violence in Civil War America.”
  • Sep. 17th, 12:20 PM to 1:10 PM: 'Tradition & Innovation Around the Globe'
    @ 113 Memorial Hall:
    As part of the newly established minor in Global Studies, the Center for Global and Area Studies is proud to announce its Fall 2014 Lecture Series. This series will explore how time-honored traditions and innovative breakthroughs have shaped the arts, literature, history, politics, material culture and science education in a variety of cultural contexts.  A documentary screening and discussion featuring “How the World Dresses: Clothing and Global Culture.”
  • Sep. 17th, 12:10 PM to 1:10 PM: Department of Mathematical Sciences Hallenbeck Graduate Student Seminar
    @ 336 Ewing Hall:
    Richard Braun, University of Delaware, will present “What I Learned about Careers in Math at IMA Last Year.”
  • Sep. 17th, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM: Department of Physics and Astronomy Fall Colloquium
    @ 104 Gore Hall:
    Andrew Weiner, Purdue University, will present “Signal Processing at Light Speed: Ultrashort Optical Pulse Generation with Arbitrary Waveforms.”

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  • At the College of Arts and Sciences' annual Celebration of Achievement and Success event in May, five alumni received awards recognizing their professional accomplishments and their continuing dedication to the University and the college.


 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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