Call for Applications: 2 Undergraduate Student Research Assistants
The UD Antiracism Initiative is hiring two undergraduate students to conduct research for the program. Each student will work 14 hours per week for 12 weeks at $15.00 per hour, beginning February 15, 2021.
1. The first research project involves locating and organizing examples of antiracism initiative/centers at universities in the United States and beyond. The student will create a data base of programs. This selected student will also create an annotated bibliography of current scholarship on the topic of antiracism. Examples of antiracism initiatives may include programs focused on racial justice as well as diversity, equity and inclusion. The student will also help collect and maintain current information on the website.
2. The second research project involves locating and organizing examples of arts-based antiracism projects that are occurring in universities and in community settings throughout the United States and beyond. The selected student will also create an annotated bibliography of websites and scholarship on the topic of arts-based antiracism. Examples of arts-based anti-racism projects may include dance, theatre, visual art, music, poetry or multidisciplinary approaches. The student will also help collect and maintain current information on the website.
Student applicants should indicate which position they are interested in and send a resume or c.v. and a brief statement of interest and experience to the UDARI Administrative Assistant, Deborah Hartnett at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 29, 2021.
Horn Entrepreneurship recognizes entrepreneurial students through awards and scholarships totaling close to $10,000. Students from all majors are invited to apply now through Sunday, April 26, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.
Recipients will be selected by a committee of Horn Entrepreneurship team members.
Shawn & Sheryl McCall Award for Entrepreneurship $2500
Brad & Jennifer Bono Award $1500
Horn Entrepreneurship Award $1000
David Freschman Scholarship $2000
Check out the website below for details on each scholarship’s application criteria and additional information.
Two Scholarship opportunities now available with deadlines of April 3, 2020! The Congressional Black Caucas Foundation (CBCF) offer financial assistance for African American students pursuing a major in the Performing & Visual Arts and African American students attending college in a CBC member district.. See cbcfinc.org/scholarships for additional information and application details!
Thanks to generous contributions from our donors Bob and Debbie Norris and the McCarter Family, the UD Partnership for Healthy Communities is currently offering the following undergraduate and graduate paid summer fellowship opportunities in collaboration with our community partners. Applicants must be active UD students (ex. rising sophomore, junior or senior undergraduates or actively enrolled as a graduate student).
Wilmington Play Streets Undergraduate Student Fellow
In partnership with City of Wilmington Parks & Recreation
10/hrs week during remainder of spring semester followed by 40 hrs/week during summer 2019
See more information about our partnership with Wilmington Play Streets here
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Epsilon Rho Zeta Chapter is seeking college undergraduate and graduate students for our Katherine B. Ross Education Scholarship award.
The purpose of the $1920 nonrenewable scholarship, is to assist college and graduate students pursuing a degree in education and to promote Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. scholarship principles. This scholarship targets under-represented minority students (African-Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans) who are residents of New Castle County, Delaware or students matriculating at a Delaware college or university. It is particularly aimed at African-American females.