Dover’s very own Dr. Christine Grogan is hosting an “African American Read In” in celebration of Black History Month! This event will include publicly reading excerpts from the works of your favorite African-American writers!
Join us in Dover during Common Hour, 12:25-1:15pm, on Tuesday, February 28th in classroom 762!
Dr. Sarah Trembanis will host Passports and Pizza, an opportunity for AAP students to learn about study-abroad opportunities at the University of Delaware. Today, UD offers 100+ programs in about 40 countries– and over 30 percent of UD undergrads study abroad at least once! In addition, scholarships and financial aid are available for UD students participating in UD study abroad programs. Dr. Trembanis will discuss scholarship and funding opportunities to fund students interested in studying abroad.
Fun facts about study abroad opportunities:
UD offers study-abroad programs in over 40 countries
Over 1 million dollars has been awarded for UD Study Abroad Scholarships
30% of UD students study abroad
Don’t miss out and join us for Passports and Pizza at your campus:
Georgetown Campus: Tuesday, March 7th 12:15pm in classroom 162
Dover Campus: Tuesday, March 22nd 12:15pm in classroom 762
Join UDance’s Student Engagement Team Ambassadors Madison & Sydney to learn more about UD’s largest Registered Student Organization (RSO) and their upcoming annual fundraising event! Get involved, learn more at https://www.udancedelaware.org/ or check out their Instagram, @udance!
First Step Challenge Program Fall 2022- Take on a Healthcare Challenge & Design the Solution
Have a great idea for an innovative way to improve health? Want to create a new device that would revolutionize health care? Have a plan for a program that promotes healthy living? We want to hear about it! Participate in the First Step program this year!
Attend the Kickoff Event: Thursday, September 29, 2022 5:00-6:30pm HSC Atrium – 540 S. College Ave. Pizza will be provided Interested students should RSVP by going to http://www.udel.edu/009822
THE UD ASSOCIATE IN ARTS PROGRAM FALL SPEAKER SERIES PRESENTS:
Guest Speakers Jill Itzkowitz, Kim Wells, and Patti Christopher from the Delaware chapter of the League of Women Voters will join us to share general information about the process of voting in Delaware, as well as recent changes to voting laws in our state.
UD’s Student Government Association is seeking AAP Senators for the Georgetown and Dover campuses! SGA serves to represent the diverse UD student population, advocate for positive change on campus, and act as the liaison between students, faculty, and administration! We are currently looking to fill two Senator positions to represent the Dover and Georgetown campuses. We are eager to bridge the gap between the satellite and Newark campuses as well as enhance student life, well-being, and the overall college experience for all AAP and Newark students!
The positions currently looking to fill include:
1 Dover AAP Senator
1 Georgetown AAP Senator
Role: The Associate in Arts Senator shall be responsible for
Addressing all other student concerns within the Associate in Arts program, and promoting unity amongst all University of Delaware’s Campus communities.
Student Affairs Senators work directly with the Vice President of University Affairs in creating policies that will promote equity and inclusion amongst all of the University’s campuses.
SGA is a great way to gain leadership skills & experience, give more purpose to your educational career, and make a lasting impact on your college community!
If you are interested in representing your campus and joining the SGA team, please fill out this AAP SGA application form. Upon reviewing your application, we will reach out to schedule a virtual interview.
If you want to learn more about the position or SGA in general, you can read our attached constitution, check out our website, or follow our Instagram, @udelsga.
Questions? Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Julia Hatoum (email@example.com) with any questions or concerns. Julia is the Vice President of University Affairs for the Student Government Association.