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.
From art, architecture and history to physics and materials science, speakers at UD's "Green Light" symposium brought a variety of perspectives and areas of expertise to the subject of artificial illumination.
The College of Arts and Sciences is committing $1 million on a recurring basis to develop robust new initiatives to improve diversity, Dean George Watson announced at his annual State of the College address.
The Center for Political Communication's 2015 National Agenda speaker series, titled "Race in America: Conversations About Identity and Equality," opens Sept. 9 and will include six speakers and four films.
Thanks to a faculty-alumnus connection, a chemistry student interested in a possible career in the cosmetics industry was offered the opportunity to intern in a business that formulates pigments for that industry.
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