The 2014 Global Agenda speaker series, organized by the College of Arts and Sciences' Center for Global and Area Studies, opened with a talk by policy expert Emira Woods on Africa's key global role in the 21st century.
Teams of science and math teachers from 12 Delaware high schools came to UD's Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory for a professional development program focused on teaching more collaboratively across the various STEM fields.
A group of graduate students in the Museum Studies Program spent two weeks during Winter Session at the Upper Bay Museum, helping the small organization clean, label and catalog its collections and gaining valuable hands-on experience.
Liz Ann Sonders, who earned her bachelor's degree at UD in international relations and has gone on to a notable career on Wall Street, spoke at Winter Commencement 2014 and took part in a panel discussion on investing.
College of Arts and Sciences alumni Grace Thompson Leong, Class of 1988, and Steven E. Linberg, Class of 1973, have received the University of Delaware Alumni Association's 2013 Outstanding Alumni Award, recognizing their exceptional volunteer work.
Beverly Daniel Tatum, president of Spelman College and a writer and psychologist whose specialty is race relations, delivered the University of Delaware's annual Distinguished Lecture on Diversity in Higher Education.
Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa, winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature, spoke about his writing to an audience at the University of Delaware and later read excerpts from his work in Spanish and English.
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