AGcelerate Course Registration Sessions

Spring semester is quickly approaching! Need help registering for classes? Join AGcelerate Course Registration Sessions with Maci. The first session is tomorrow night, Wednesday November 9th from 9:00-10:00 PM via Zoom. The topics will include BlueHen Planner, Course Search, and WebReg. Feel free to join the Zoom at any time and ask questions about how to correctly register for classes. See the attached flyer for more information and the Zoom meeting ID.

Professional Development Event on Civil Discourse Hosted by UD Student Alumni Ambassadors

This event will promote awareness of civil discourse and its importance in daily life. This event is open to all students.

Hosted by Dr. Shaffer – Chair of Civil Discourse for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation in the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration. . More information on Dr. Shaffer can be found here.

November 29th, 2022 from 7:30pm-8:15pm in Gore Hall, Room 104

Celebrating 50 Years of Women & Gender Studies at UD

Please join the Department of Women & Gender Studies as we launch our 50th year anniversary with a celebration of
Mae Carter, “The Mother of Women and Gender Studies” at the Annual Carter Lecture.

This year’s speaker is former UD professor Dr. Sophia Choukas-Bradley, who will speak on “Body Image and Gendered Racial Identity among Black Young Women.”

Thursday, October 20th 2022 at 4:00pm

Trabant Theater

*reception to follow*

Please RSVP here:

Hamilton Educational Fellowship – Free Virtual Symposium

The Hamilton Educational Fellowship provides an immersive learning experience and Fellows acquire specialized skills and practical knowledge that will benefit them in pursuit of a career in the fields of horticulture, botany, biology, or environmental resource management. You can learn more about it here:

Hamilton Educational Fellowship Symposium

Sunday, November 6, 2:00 – 3:30 PM

Presented by current and former Hamilton Educational Fellows

The Hamilton Educational Fellowship provides an immersive learning experience in the unparalleled setting of Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens. Join us for a virtual symposium to explore this well-respected program and discover more about the specialized projects of the current Fellows. Hear from a former Fellow about their journey and how the skills and knowledge acquired during the program benefitted them in their career path. This year, we will be joined by former Fellow, Heather Titanich, Community Forester at The Delaware Center for Horticulture. There will be time at the end for a panel Q&A.

Free of charge; follow link to register for this virtual event:

Take on a Health Challenge and Design the Solution

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources’ students are invited to take part in UD’s First Step Grand Challenges program. First Step is an interdisciplinary/team-based program that brings students from different majors together to take the first step in solving health challenges. Imagine the impact that a team of students with backgrounds in business, policy, engineering, education, natural resources, basic science, the humanities, and environment could have in developing a new device, policy, program, or product to improve health! 

This year, the program kicks off with a Hackathon/Brainstorming Session on Tues., Oct. 11, at the Atrium in the Health Sciences Complex on the STAR Campus (food will be provided). We encourage any interested UD undergrad to participate—even if they aren’t sure what they want to create! There will be numerous opportunities for them to engage with mentors and work together on their solution/idea. Interested students should fill out the First Step interest form.  

The following information sessions are available or students can just plan to attend the Hackathon. 

Wed., Oct. 5 from 9 to 9:30 a.m. via  Zoom

Thu., Oct. 6 from 6 to 6:30 p.m. via Zoom 

The First Step presentations and awards reception is the culmination of a year-long experience where undergraduate, interdisciplinary teams take their “first step” toward solving a health, societal or environmental challenge. Martha Hall presents Team DE Hospice with the $1,000 Innovation Award to develop their virtual reality solution. Team DE Hospice (Katybug): Alexis Nappa, Grace Inman, Madison Fox. Also pictured is Nicole Fullmer, Executive Director of Honoring Choices® Delaware, and Director of Community Engagement for Delaware Hospice

Secondary STEM Education, M.S. (4+1) Information Session

The Secondary STEM Education M.S. (4+1) program is a graduate program intended for students who are completing an undergraduate degree in a STEM field and have interest in teaching at the secondary level (grades 7-12). Upon conclusion of the +1 year curriculum, students will earn a master’s degree and be eligible for teacher licensure in Delaware with reciprocity across many states in the U.S.

On September 20th, there is an information session at 5:00 pm on Zoom. If you have interest in this graduate degree program, please click on this link to complete a simple form. A Zoom link for the meeting will then be sent to you.