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  • Ethics on autopilot
    Tom Powers, director of UD's Center for Science, Ethics and Public Policy, wants the auto industry and policymakers to consider ethical issues involving self-driving vehicles.
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  • 'I feel for you': Some really do
    Researchers have found that some individuals can sense touch from merely watching someone else experience it.
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  • Grimes wins Sloan Fellowship
    Catherine Leimkuhler Grimes is one of 126 early-career scholars in the U.S. and Canada whose accomplishments mark them as the next generation of scientific leaders.
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  • Celebrating Douglass
    The Colored Conventions Project celebrated Frederick Douglass' birthday with a "transcribe-a-thon," working to collect and digitize records of early African American organizing efforts.
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  • Feb
    - Feb. 26th, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
    Music Performance | Dido and Aeneas
    Loudis Recital Hall
    ​Presented by Opera Theatre and Collegium Musicum. | Tickets are $15 adults; $10 UD faculty/staff/alumni and seniors; $5 students. Advanced tickets are available through the REP Box Office. 302-831-2204. At-the-door tickets, if available, are cash or check only.  
  • Feb
    - Feb. 27th, 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
    African American Read‐In | In Celebration of Black History Month, hosted by the English Department
    Memorial Hall, 3rd Floor Lounge
    All UD students, faculty, and staff are invited to bring a passage or a poem by an African American author to read during the event. For more information, please e‐mail Delice Williams ( or Claire McCabe ( 
  • Feb
    - Feb. 27th, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
    Women's History Month Film Series: Women's History Women's Lives | Today’s Film: No Más Bebés (No More Babies)
    Kirkbride Hall Room 206
    They came to have their babies. They left sterilized. This film recounts the stories of immigrant mothers who between 1971 and 1974 were sterilized, often without giving informed consent, after giving birth. Led by an intrepid, 26-year-old Chicana lawyer, and armed with hospital records secretly gathered by a whistle-blowing young doctor, the mothers brought a lawsuit against a Los Angeles County hospital. In the name of justice, they stood up to powerful institutions and braved public exposure of their private pain. The film raises questions about reproductive rights that remain all too relevant in 2017. Speaker: Eve Buckley, History Department | The 31st Annual Women's History Month Film Series will run on Monday’s from February 20 through March 20, 2017 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in Room 206 Kirkbride Hall. For a complete listing of film descriptions and schedule, please see:  
  • Feb
    - Feb. 28th, 12:15 PM to 1:45 PM
    The History Workshop: Madalina Veres, Temple University – "The "Science” of Making Imperial Maps: Habsburg Cartographic Discourses in the Eighteenth Century"
    Munroe Hall Room 203
    The History Workshop serves as a regular part of the History Department life for over 40 years. These sessions meet in 203 Munroe Hall at 12:15 pm on Tuesdays. Presentations begin at 12:30 pm, followed by a discussion ending at 1:45 pm sharp. Bring a lunch. All are welcome! For further information, please call (302) 831-2371 or check our webpage for abstracts of these presentations at. 
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