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  • How the vote was won
    Elaine Weiss delivered this year's James R. Soles Lecture on the Constitution and Citizenship, recounting the long fight that in 1920 won women the right to vote.
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  • 'Death by Stereotype?'
    Joan DelFattore combined her personal experience with illness and her skills as a researcher to examine how views of unmarried cancer patients may affect their care.
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  • Learning more words
    Julie Schneider has received a National Science Foundation postdoctoral research fellowship to study the variability of vocabulary development in children.
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  • STEM educators needed
    A College of Arts and Sciences initiative aims to address the shortage of secondary-school STEM teachers by encouraging more UD students to consider a career in education.
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