New York Times columnist Frank Bruni, author of a new book about college admissions, often cites such successful UD alumni as Vice President Joe Biden and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Dean George Watson spoke about the value of the liberal arts in a talk to UD's Association of Retired Faculty, saying such an education "lays the groundwork for lifelong success."
Lisa Minardi, a UD alumna and current doctoral student in history, is curator of a new exhibition at Winterthur Museum on Pennsylvania German folk art and fraktur, which are decorated documents.
Daniel Bubeck, an acclaimed professional singer who earned his bachelor's degree in music at UD in 1997, returned to campus to perform and to teach a master class.
A recent symposium hosted by UD's Center for the Study of Diversity focused on finding ways to build strong relationships in an academic setting with students from increasingly diverse backgrounds.
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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