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  • A change agent and a scholar
    James M. Jones, Trustees' Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychological and Brain Sciences and Africana Studies, delivered a lecture on why diversity matters.
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  • China honors Jinfa Cai
    Mathematics Prof. Jinfa Cai has been named a Changjiang Scholar, the highest award given to an individual in higher education by China’s Ministry of Education.
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  • Quality jobs for America
    The Biden Institute hosted a discussion in Washington, where leaders from various fields tackled the issue of ensuring quality jobs for American workers.
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  • On campus, April in Paris
    The Institute for Global Studies, with the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, will feature France at numerous campus events in April.
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  • Apr
    - Apr. 24th, 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM
    Snap Judgment: The Legal and Investment Issues Associated with Non-Voting Stock
    Gore Recital Hall, Roselle Center for the Arts
    Presented by the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance | While dual-class stock has existed at companies for some time, Snap’s issuance of non- voting stock has raised new concerns. The corporate governance and legal implications have been at the forefront of the investor, regulator and governance conversation for the better part of the past year. Using Snap as a backdrop, we invite you to a roundtable discussion on issues and questions regarding the use of stock with limited or no voting rights, such as: the benefits and risks posed by such shares; the effect on good corporate governance; the effect on capital formation; and whether the courts’ application of the business judgement rule to director conduct in such organizations remains appropriate. These are issues that apply both to companies with non-voting shares and to dual-class stock companies. This roundtable, comprised of experts from all sides of the debate, will discuss these and other related issues | Seated is limited -- For more information or to register please visit the Weinberg Center’s website at  
  • Apr
    - Apr. 24th, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
    The Complete Bach Suites for Unaccompanied Cello
    Gore Recital Hall, Center for the Arts
    Part 1 with Lawrence Stomberg, Faculty Artist | Performing the complete Bach Cello suites is an epic milestone in the artistic life of a cellist, and this special event invites the audience to share in the meditative joy of these universally beloved pieces. UD professor of cello Larry Stomberg is a member of Serafin String Quartet and a frequent recitalist. Tuesday, April 24, 8:00 p.m., part 1; Wednesday, April 25, 8:00 p.m., part 2 | For more information please visit | or contact the Department of Music at 302-831-2578  
  • Apr
    - Apr. 25th, 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
    Law Mentoring Weekend Main Event
    Clayton Hall
    The Legal Professional Preparatory Program (LP3) will be hosting a Law Mentoring event where attendees, UD alumni and friends in the legal field, and UD students will get a chance to meet. The event will continue all day Saturday in Clayton Hall with various panels, presentations, a keynote speaker, and more | Registration information with more details will be posted soon. 
  • Apr
    - Apr. 25th, 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
    Lecture: Was there a Westward Propagation of Buddhism?
    Old College, Room 211
    The Department of Art History and the Asian Studies Program present a lecture by Dr. Minoru Inaba (Professor, Kyoto University, Japan; Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton) titled, Buddhist Monuments to the West of Afghanistan: Was there a Westward Propagation of Buddhism? | Minoru Inaba is a professor at Kyoto University in Japan and is a current scholar at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton. Dr. Inaba is interested in the historical frontiers of Central Asia, East Asia, and South Asia, as well as human activities across those frontiers. He is carrying out analysis of the travel records of Chinese Buddhist monks who visited India.  
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