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  • Genes and the eye
    Biologist Salil Lachke has released a new database of genes related to the development of the eye's lens, designed to fuel research and identify genes linked to eye disease.
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    Fashion design students joined with those in marine science and policy to come up with some attractive alternatives to single-use plastic shopping bags.
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    Sophomore biology major Patricia Hayes is one of about 20 UD students who took a new course in emergency medical services and now volunteers with a local fire company.
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    Three recent alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences have returned from a year abroad under the Fulbright program, in which they taught, studied and worked with educators.
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  • Jan
    23
    - Jan. 23rd, 2:30 PM to 4:15 PM
    Social Justice Coffee Hour: Talking to Kids about Racism
    Trabant Student Center, Room 209/211
    The Social Justice Coffee Hour is to allow students, staff, faculty members, and community members space and time to collectively learn about and meaningfully engage with social issues. | Part 1: 2:30-3:15pm: 3 speakers giving informal 10 minute talks. | Part 2: 3:15-3:30pm: Small group QA with each speaker | Part 3: 3:30-4:15pm: Small group discussions and a call to action. | More details about the event can be found at: http://bit.ly/2D6m6wr 
  • Jan
    25
    - Jan. 25th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Dial "M" For Murder | UD Theatre REP Performance
    Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts
    Dial "M" For Murder By Frederick Knott, Directed by Steve Tague | Money was Tony’s motive for marrying Margot, and now it’s his motive for killing her. But when his nefarious plot goes awry, Margot’s life is threatened in a whole new way. The basis for Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller, this stylish “holiday for whodunit fans” will have you on the edge of your seat until the curtain falls for the final time. | This performance runs from January 18 - February 4| For ticketing information and all show times visit: www.rep.udel.edu/ or call 302-831-2201. 
  • Jan
    26
    - Jan. 26th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Dial "M" For Murder | UD Theatre REP Performance
    Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts
    Dial "M" For Murder By Frederick Knott, Directed by Steve Tague | Money was Tony’s motive for marrying Margot, and now it’s his motive for killing her. But when his nefarious plot goes awry, Margot’s life is threatened in a whole new way. The basis for Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller, this stylish “holiday for whodunit fans” will have you on the edge of your seat until the curtain falls for the final time. | This performance runs from January 18 - February 4| For ticketing information and all show times visit: www.rep.udel.edu/ or call 302-831-2201. 
  • Jan
    27
    - Jan. 27th, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
    Dial "M" For Murder | UD Theatre REP Performance
    Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts
    Dial "M" For Murder By Frederick Knott, Directed by Steve Tague | Money was Tony’s motive for marrying Margot, and now it’s his motive for killing her. But when his nefarious plot goes awry, Margot’s life is threatened in a whole new way. The basis for Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller, this stylish “holiday for whodunit fans” will have you on the edge of your seat until the curtain falls for the final time. | This performance runs from January 18 - February 4| For ticketing information and all show times visit: www.rep.udel.edu/ or call 302-831-2201. 
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