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  • Nobel laureates visit
    Three Nobel laureates are visiting UD in April, delivering separate lectures focused on research and interacting with students, faculty, staff and the community.
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  • Creating community
    A group of UD students and faculty have partnered with the Creative Vision Factory in Wilmington to develop an online archive showcasing CVF artists and their work.
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  • Truman Scholar
    Natalie Walton has been selected to receive a 2019 Truman Scholarship, a prestigious and highly competitive national award that supports future public service leaders.
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  • North Pole to UD
    Matthew Henson was on the first team of explorers to reportedly reach the North Pole; now, his sealskin mittens are being restored by a UD art conservation student.
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  • Apr
    - Apr. 26th, 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
    Dept. of Math Guest Speaker
    Room 116, Purnell Hall
    Daniel Panario from Carleton University | Abstract: The central objects of this talk are univariate polynomials over finite fields. We first comment on a methodology from analytic combinatorics that allows the study of the decomposition of polynomials into its irreducible factors and the derivation of algorithmic properties as well as the estimation of average-case analysis of algorithms. This methodology can be naturally used to provide precise information on the factorization of polynomials into its irreducible factors similar to the classical problem of the decomposition of integers into primes. Examples of these results are provided. The shape of a random univariate polynomial over a finite field is also given. Then, we briefly show several results for random polynomials over finite fields that were obtained using other methodologies based for example on probability and probabilistic combinatorics. We conclude providing several open problems for polynomials over finite fields related to number theory. Reception with refreshments in 536 Ewing Hall following at 4:30pm | For more information, please telephone 302-831-2653  
  • Apr
    - Apr. 26th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Mauritius By Theresa Rebeck
    Roselle Center for the Arts Studio Theatre
    A cunningly crafted comedic thriller about deceit double-crosses…and stamps. A pair of half-sisters, mourning their recently deceased mother, have inherited the “crown jewel of philately” — the 1847 one- and two-penny Mauritius stamps, worth millions if authentic. A cat-and-mouse game ensues when three seedy, high-stakes collectors enter the sisters’ world, willing to do anything to claim the rare find as their own in this fast-paced, twisting, and tension-filled comedy. Contains adult languages and situations. Recommended for mature audiences. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: 
  • Apr
    - Apr. 26th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Fences by August Wilson
    Roselle Center for the Arts Thompson Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | Fences – “universal enough to touch a chord in every human heart.” (The New York Times) In this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning masterpiece, Troy Maxson, a former star of the Negro Baseball Leagues is now a trash collector with little future. Embittered and resentful, Troy builds both literal and figurative fences around his wife and son as he come to terms with his past disappointments in Wilson’s poetic and powerful challenge to the American dream. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: 
  • Apr
    - Apr. 27th, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    2nd Annual Law Mentoring Weekend
    Join us for the 2nd Annual Law Mentoring Weekend! Bringing together students, alumni, and others in the UD legal community, this event focuses on fostering mentoring relationships and cultivating career success. This event is co-sponsored by the HenLaw Society and there is no charge to attend. Please visit the registration website for up-to-date information. | Students may register at | Alumni may register at For registration assistance, please contact Tom Julian at 302-831-4602, or For questions about the event, please email Rachel Wickenheiser, LP3 Director at Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 9:00am to 3:00pm Clayton Hall John M. Clayton Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19711, USA  
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