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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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  • Governance leadership
    Indra Nooyi, the former chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, was among the distinguished speakers at the Weinberg Center's 2019 Corporate Governance Symposium.
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  • Apr
    - Apr. 18th, 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 | UNHCR AND IOM Delegates- Live Conversation from Athens, Geneva and Newark, DE. Moderated from Brussels by Radostina Primova | Program Director, Climate Change, Heinrich Böll Foundation | For more information, please contact: Prof. Malasree Neepa Acharya 
  • Apr
    - Apr. 18th, 3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
    Forced Displacement
    Smith Hall, Room 120
    Guest Speaker - Forced Displacement: Being an Afghan Refugee for 4 Decades Mr. Najibullah Rafiqi, an Afghanistan refugee, will talk about his experience of leaving his country due to the Soviet invasion of 1979, escaping to Pakistan with family, and later to the US in 1989, and his life in the post 9/11 USA | For more information, please contact 
  • Apr
    - Apr. 18th, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
    Salary Negotiation Workshop for Women
    Trabant Student Center Theatre Mulitpurpose Rooms
    Inviting all female faculty, staff, graduate students and seniors to a FREE two-hour Salary Negotiation Workshop - Gain the skills and confidence to successfully negotiate your salary and benefits packages. The gender pay gap is the result of many factors, including occupational segregation, bias against working mothers, and direct pay discrimination. Additionally, such things as racial bias, disability, access to education, and age come into play. Consequently, different groups of women experience very different gaps in pay. This workshop is sponsored by the Department of Women & Gender Studies at the University of Delaware, Lerner Women’s Leadership Initiative at the University of Delaware, Delaware Office of Women’s Advancement & Advocacy and the Delaware Women’s Workforce Council. To register or for more information, please email or telephone 320-831-3121  
  • Apr
    - Apr. 18th, 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: 
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