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  • Treatment for the troubled
    Neuroscientist Tania Roth and graduate student Tiffany Doherty presented their research on the links between early-life adversity and epigenetic changes in the brain.
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  • Preserving works on paper
    The Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation will receive a grant from the Mellon Foundation to support programs in library and archives conservation.
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  • Program aids future nurses
    The inaugural cohort of 28 students in a partnership between UD's Associate in Arts Program and the Rollins School of Nursing are completing their first semester.
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  • 'From the Author Of'
    "From the Author Of," a new play by Chisa Hutchinson, assistant professor of English, will be performed at UD by the Resident Ensemble Players through Dec. 3.
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  • Nov
    - Nov. 23rd, 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
    Thanksgiving Holiday-University Closed; Classes Suspended.
  • Nov
    - Nov. 24th, 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
    Thanksgiving Holiday-University Closed; Classes Suspended
  • Nov
    - Nov. 28th, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
    Serafin String Quartet
    Gore Recital Hall, Roselle Center for the Arts
    The Serafin String Quartet, UD’s quartet-in-residence, presents their fall concert at UD with a program featuring works by Mozart (String Quartet in Bb Major, K. 458, [“The Hunt”]), Shostakovich (String Quartet No. 7), and Brahms (String Quartet No. 2 in A Minor, Op. 51, No. 2) | Tickets are $15 adults; $10 UD faculty/staff/alumni & seniors; $5 students. Advanced ticket sales are available through the REP Box Office. At-the-door tickets, if available, are cash or check only. Sublime Strings: Buy a ticket for this or any of five string quartet concerts this fall, and bring a friend for free! | For detailed event information, please telephone UD's Department of Music at: 302-831-2578, or visit the event website at:  
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    - Nov. 29th, 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
    Mass Incarceration: The New Jim Crow
    Perkins Student Center, East Lounge
    This is a recurring event focused on a different topic each time. The topic of this coffee hour is “Mass Incarceration: The New Jim Crow,” focusing on the disproportionate number of people of color who are incarcerated in the United States. Come to as many parts as you can! Coffee and light refreshments will be served.| Part 1: 3:30-4:10pm: 3 speakers giving informal 10 minute talks. | Part 2: 4:10-4:45pm: Small group question and answer with speakers | Part 3: 4:45-5:30pm: Small group discussions and a call to action | For more information please email: 
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