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  • Brain camp
    Undergraduate students from across the U.S. came to UD to learn about the frontiers of brain research during the 2017 Summer Workshop in Cognitive and Brain Sciences.
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  • Partners in disaster research
    The Bill Anderson Fund, which supports programs for doctoral students in disaster studies with a goal of increasing diversity in the field, has found a new home at UD.
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  • New named professorships
    Three faculty members in the Department of History have been appointed to named professorships in recognition of their leading scholarship and teaching.
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  • Students showcase research
    Some 500 undergraduates from UD and other institutions presented the results of their summer research and service projects at an August symposium on campus.
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  • Sep
    26
    - Sep. 26th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    The Mountaintop | UD Theatre REP Performance
    Studio Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts
    On the eve of his death, Dr. Martin Luther King retires to his quiet room in the Lorraine Motel, exhausted after delivering his famous “Mountaintop” speech. A chance meeting with an enthusiastic maid leads him to reflect on his achievements and all the work he has left to do. An intimate and emotional piece, this fictional reimagining of Dr. King’s last night illuminates the man as well as his accomplishments. | This performance runs from September 14 - October 8 | For ticketing information and show times visit: www.rep.udel.edu/ or call 302-831-2201 
  • Sep
    27
    - Sep. 27th, 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
    Lecture Series on Understanding a Divided Nation
    Gore Hall, Room 204
    The University of Delaware's College of Arts and Sciences invites the community to attend a free lecture with special guest Phillip Bannowsky, an award winning poet. | Phillip Bannowsky teaches Poetry of Empowerment and believes in the power of an expressive verse. Among his efforts are tactical poems crafted to frame the intentions of the Occupy Delaware Movement. He has published a novel, The Mother Earth Inn (2007), and two volumes of poetry, The Milk of Human Kindness (1985) and Autoplant: a Poetic Monologue (2007) | For more information, please telephone (302) 831-7771.  
  • Sep
    27
    - Sep. 27th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    The Mountaintop | UD Theatre REP Performance
    Studio Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts
    On the eve of his death, Dr. Martin Luther King retires to his quiet room in the Lorraine Motel, exhausted after delivering his famous “Mountaintop” speech. A chance meeting with an enthusiastic maid leads him to reflect on his achievements and all the work he has left to do. An intimate and emotional piece, this fictional reimagining of Dr. King’s last night illuminates the man as well as his accomplishments. | This performance runs from September 14 - October 8 | For ticketing information and show times visit: www.rep.udel.edu/ or call 302-831-2201 
  • Sep
    27
    - Sep. 27th, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
    Bruce Tychinski, trombone, Heidi Lucas, horn, and Julie Nishimura, piano, Faculty Artist Recital
    Gore Hall, Room 204
    Tickets are $15 adults; $10 UD faculty/staff/alumni & seniors; $5 students. Tickets are available at the door. Cash or check only. | For detailed event information, please telephone UD's Department of Music at: 302-831-2578, or visit the event website at: http://www.music.udel.edu/news-events/events/Pages/bruce-tychinski-heidi-lucas-julie-nishimura.aspx  
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