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  • Musical style
    6-wire, UD's ensemble in residence, performed a sold-out concert in Carnegie Hall, wearing coordinated clothing created by the Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies.
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  • A lasting legacy
    The Colored Conventions Project, founded and hosted at UD, organized a celebration of the life and legacy of Frederick Douglass to mark the famed activist's 201st birthday.
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  • Hands-on history
    Students from the Museum Studies Program, in an intensive effort known as a SWAT Team, spent two weeks helping process items in a research library collection.
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  • Pitch perfect neuroscience
    Research by UD neuroscientist Keith Schneider has found that those with absolute pitch have a larger auditory cortex, a part of the brain that processes sound.
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  • Feb
    - Feb. 28th, 12:30 PM to 1:20 PM
    Center for Global and Area Studies Lecture Series
    Room 116, Purnell Hall
    Mapping the Migration Net: Border Crossing, Technology, and Human Rights in Our Global Journeys with Speaker Noelle Brigden | Marquette University, The Migrant Passage: Clandestine Journeys from Central America | For more information, please contact: Prof. Malasree Neepa Acharya  
  • Feb
    - Feb. 28th, 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
    Christine Delbeau and Friends
    Roselle Center for the Arts Gore Recital Hall
    Music Performance | Faculty and guest artists Noël Archambeault, soprano; Eileen Grycky, flute; Kathy Mehrtens, French horn; Diane Monroe, violin; and Christopher Nichols, clarinet, join Christine Delbeau for a recital of works by Zare, Ben-Amots and Brahms | For more information including ticket pricing please visit  
  • Mar
    - Mar. 2nd, 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM
    University For A Day
    Clayton Hall - 100 David Hollowell Dr.
    Join us for a half-day experience for all members of the community craving intellectual stimulation. Alumni will enjoy a return visit to campus, current students will enjoy great lectures with no need to take notes, and everyone will relish a morning filled with the pleasure of learning. Thought provoking lectures by excellent faculty with no test at the end! The event is free and open to the public. Bring a friend! Light refreshments will be served. | Registration is required please visit  
  • Mar
    - Mar. 5th, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
    The Cultural Polictics of Heritage
    Gore Hall, Room 217
    The Cultural Politics of Heritage in China and the Southeastern U.S.: Whose Heritage Counts and Who Decides | Speaker: Tami Blumenfield, Furman University | From international and national constructions of “heritage” to the less official vernacular ideas about what heritage is, coming to agreement about whose heritage counts and how can be a confusing--and sometimes contentious--process. Drawing on histories of heritage among different cultural groups in China, as well as among Gullah-Geechee people and those living in Appalachian regions in the southeastern United States, we will consider how heritage evolves over time and in different contexts. Finally, we will examine how definitions impact those whose heritage is at stake. | For more information please call 302-831-1851  
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