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  • Illuminating Anglo-Saxons
    Lawrence Nees will deliver the opening keynote lecture at a conference at the British Library, held in conjunction with a blockbuster exhibition on Anglo-Saxon kingdoms.
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  • Beyond books
    Students in an environmental literature class not only read and write about such issues as biodiversity, they also get hands-on experience in removing invasive species.
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  • Beauty and body image
    Young women in China, where gender roles are changing and consumerism is booming, are increasingly adopting Anglo-European views of beauty, a UD professor has found.
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  • Nobel Prizes explained
    Five UD faculty members explained the work done by this year's Nobel Prize recipients, describing its significance and impact in such areas as cancer drugs and climate change.
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  • Dec
    16
    - Dec. 16th, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
    Winter Boot Camp Applications Due
    Memorial Hall 016, UD Writing Center
    Offered during Winter and Summer sessions, the Writing Centers' Dissertation Boot Camp is an intensive multi-week workshop for UD graduate students writing their dissertations. Participants spend a majority of their time writing; however the program also includes short presentations and discussions on topics relevant to dissertations students, including motivation, goal setting, and time management. Students gain access to space, and the structure to facilitate progress on their dissertation. They do not receive feedback on their draft; rather, the Dissertation Boot Camp provides support for their writing process. There will be four Dissertation Boot Camps held during Winter 2019: January 14-18 10am-3pm | January 28-February 1 10am-3pm | Applications for Winter Boot Camp sessions due by December 16. Applicants will be notified whether or not a spot is available for them by December 17. | Coffee will be served in the morning, lunch will be served at 12pm, and snacks will be available all day. | Most participants bring their own laptop or tablet to work on. We have plenty of extension cords. We will be able to accommodate a few students in each Boot Camp who need to use a Writing Center computer. | Apply here: https://docs.google.com/forms 
  • Dec
    24
    - Dec. 24th, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    University Offices Closed for Holiday Break
    Will Reopen on January 2, 2019
     
  • Jan
    2
    - Jan. 2nd, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    University Offices Open
     
  • Jan
    14
    - Jan. 14th, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    Dissertation Boot Camp
    Memorial Hall 016, UD Writing Center
    Offered during Winter and Summer sessions, the Writing Centers' Dissertation Boot Camp is an intensive multi-week workshop for UD graduate students writing their dissertations. Participants spend a majority of their time writing; however the program also includes short presentations and discussions on topics relevant to dissertations students, including motivation, goal setting, and time management. Students gain access to space, and the structure to facilitate progress on their dissertation. They do not receive feedback on their draft; rather, the Dissertation Boot Camp provides support for their writing process. There will be four Dissertation Boot Camps held during Winter 2019: January 14-18 10am-3pm | January 28-February 1 10am-3pm | Applications for Winter Boot Camp sessions due by December 16. Applicants will be notified whether or not a spot is available for them by December 17. | Coffee will be served in the morning, lunch will be served at 12pm, and snacks will be available all day. | Most participants bring their own laptop or tablet to work on. We have plenty of extension cords. We will be able to accommodate a few students in each Boot Camp who need to use a Writing Center computer. | Apply here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScOKDQmZ_gNXsX3QxdB5BFCXYehsiXiQpidEjW_y4E0HIR-Uw/viewform 
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