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  • '100,000 Strong'
    Mexican Consul Carlos Torres visited UD in December to congratulate the 41 students graduating from a special exchange program at the English Language Institute.
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  • Networks for success
    Students in the Visual Communications program have the opportunity to meet and interact with alumni working at top design firms in New York and around the world.
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  • Power of teacher talk
    In a new book, "The Power of Teacher Talk," UD's Deborah Bieler offers strategies teachers can use to have meaningful interactions and engage with their students.
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  • Envisioning the future
    UD's "Envisioning the Future" website gives the perspectives of several faculty members, including a brief discussion of technology and ethics by philosopher Tom Powers.
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  • Jan
    21
    - Jan. 21st, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Martin Luther King Holiday
    Classes Suspended and University Offices Closed
     
  • Jan
    24
    - Jan. 24th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Minor Fantastical Kingdoms By Michael Gotch
    Roselle Center for the Arts Thompson Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | Minor Fantastical Kingdoms - Stung by personal, political, and economic setbacks, a young, urban couple build an off-the-grid, tiny house in an isolated mountain paradise…or so they think. When family, friends and some other rather quirky neighbors come for a 4th of July BBQ, recriminations fly, revelations come to light, and reconciliations are hard won against a backdrop of personal and literal fireworks. REP actor/director/playwright Michael Gotch creates a humorous and timely look at our world today. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: www.rep.udel.edu 
  • Jan
    25
    - Jan. 25th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Minor Fantastical Kingdoms By Michael Gotch
    Roselle Center for the Arts Thompson Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | Minor Fantastical Kingdoms - Stung by personal, political, and economic setbacks, a young, urban couple build an off-the-grid, tiny house in an isolated mountain paradise…or so they think. When family, friends and some other rather quirky neighbors come for a 4th of July BBQ, recriminations fly, revelations come to light, and reconciliations are hard won against a backdrop of personal and literal fireworks. REP actor/director/playwright Michael Gotch creates a humorous and timely look at our world today. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: www.rep.udel.edu 
  • Jan
    26
    - Jan. 26th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Minor Fantastical Kingdoms By Michael Gotch
    Roselle Center for the Arts Thompson Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | Opening Night - Minor Fantastical Kingdoms - Stung by personal, political, and economic setbacks, a young, urban couple build an off-the-grid, tiny house in an isolated mountain paradise…or so they think. When family, friends and some other rather quirky neighbors come for a 4th of July BBQ, recriminations fly, revelations come to light, and reconciliations are hard won against a backdrop of personal and literal fireworks. REP actor/director/playwright Michael Gotch creates a humorous and timely look at our world today. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: www.rep.udel.edu 
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