CANR is committed to promoting an inclusive and supportive environment where students, faculty, staff and stakeholders feel respected and free from discrimination. Dean Rieger is assembling a CANR Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee to implement and assess programs and to develop a Diversity Action Plan for the college. Undergraduate students interested in serving on the committee should contact Lauren Bradford (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Christy Mannering (email@example.com).
As your spring semester winds down, or even if it has ended already, please join us for a Virtual Career Panel, where produce industry leaders will provide career search advice for this unusual “COVID -19 job market”. ALL graduates can benefit from this panel and the tips they will provide.
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Time: 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time/3:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Panelists for this webinar will include:
*Satri Alpine, Director of Talent and Culture, The Oppenheimer Group
*Javier Quintero, Early Career Programs Manager, Driscoll’s
*Howard Nager, VP of Business Development/Marketing, Progressive Produce
Other panelists will be announced shortly.
You must register in advance for this panel session:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Career Panel.
It’s now time to open up the applications for becoming a teaching assistant for ANFS 111. This course is a hands-on laboratory that runs once a week on Wednesdays from 1:25-3:25. We ask that you ensure your schedule is open and that you are available from 1pm – 3:45pm before applying for this position, as there is set-up and clean-up times that we need to take into account.
The application form will close Friday, May 16th, and we will reach out to all applicants shortly thereafter.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hougentogler at Nemeclm@udel.edu.
New Course for Fall 2020
ANFS 267: Introduction to Equine Therapeutics, 3 credits
Class meets Mondays: 6:30 – 7:45 PM,
Discussion: Tuesdays OR Thursdays: 9:30 – 10:45 AM
This course will introduce students to the application of equine assisted therapeutics for a wide range of physical, emotional, and developmental disabilities. Students will have opportunities for hands-on experience evaluating equine partners, understanding therapeutic biomechanics, adaptive equipment, and the roles of therapeutic riding instructors and volunteers. ANFS 267 is the entry level course at UD for PATH Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI) credential.
Are you looking for fun spring break plans this year? Are you passionate about community service and creating a more just, inclusive world? Check out University of Delaware Alternative Breaks (UDaB)!
University of Delaware Alternative Break (UDaB) immerses student-led teams in direct service and experiential learning with community organizations to increase knowledge of social justice issues and encourage life-long active citizenship. UDaB programs consist of a weeklong experience to work with a community over winter or spring break. Each program has a focus area that ranges from the environmental stewardship to education inequity to food insecurity and much more and involves significant education of such focus area(s) before, during, and after the alternative break. Partial scholarships are made available based on financial aid.
Applications for our spring break programs have reopened until February 16th at 11:59pm. You can learn more about our site leaders and read about our 18 available opportunities on our website at https://sites.udel.edu/sdi-udab/programs-2020/ and apply at https://Bit.ly/UDaB-S2020. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
200+ employers will be in attendance. One side of the Little Bob will be for All Majors and the other for Engineering, Science & Technology majors. All class years are welcome as you can gather information about career paths as well as find jobs and internships.