A new fund established by two prominent alumni will support the UD Partnership for Public Education, an initiative to mobilize UD's research, educational and public service capacities to assist Delaware schools.
An arts-based research project examining past and present racial issues in the U.S. and South Africa will feature composers, choreographers, dancers, musicians, poets and painters in a series of performances.
Alumnus David Acord has been nominated for an Academy Award in sound editing for his work on "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," in which he also provides the voice of two characters.
Syrian painter and sculptor Emad Hemede, UD's international artist in residence, spoke with students and other visitors at an exhibit of his work that launched the Arts Bridging Culture series on campus.
Earl Lewis, president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, spent a full day at UD on Nov. 3, sharing personal and professional stories, touring conservation laboratories and sitting in on a research seminar.
The College of Arts & Sciences is the largest of the University's seven colleges, with more than 600 faculty members, 7,000 undergraduates and 1,100 graduate students. We emphasize both the enduring value of a liberal education and the importance of cultivating new and emerging fields of knowledge and artistic expression.
The College of Arts and Sciences has identified specific funding priorities that continue our tradition of excellence in the arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.
We invite your partnership and investment in supporting current programs that are already national leaders, as well as new programs of extraordinary potential and vision.
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