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!
The Student Life Advisory Board and the Student Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Board, are both accepting applications this week. José-Luis Riera, vice president for Student Life and Stephanie Chang, the director of SDI are looking for students who want to:
- Identify areas of success and improvement in the out-of-classroom experience
- Provide advice and input to administrators for advancing equity and inclusion, deepening student learning, and driving holistic student development at UD
- Develop problem solving and collaboration skills across generations, cultures and lived experiences
Students can nominate someone for either board and may also apply directly here until September 15, though later applications will also be considered as space allows.
VIDA at UD is a club that wants to create a network among Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical, Pre-Veterinary students or any student that is interested in a career in the medical field.
The meeting will last about 30 minutes, and we will be going over who our executive board members are, what types of meetings we will be having in the future, and a general survey to see what you guys would want out of VIDA at UD this year. Executive board members will present what they will be planning for this semester, which includes: volunteering, medical supply drives, and a One Health project.
On this coming Tuesday, October 23rd and Thursday, October 25th, Animal Science Club will be hosting our annual pumpkin sale! We will be selling all sizes of pumpkins from 12-4PM on Tuesday at Townsend Hall and from 8AM-3PM on Thursday on Trabant patio! If you are looking for a spooky decoration for your house or dorm, this is the perfect sale for you.
Prices will vary based on which size pumpkin you choose. Please stop by Trabant or Townsend next week to pick up some pumpkins and support Animal Science Club!
The Office of Student Conduct is currently recruiting students to apply for the 2018-2019 Appellate Board.
The student Appellate Board members will have the opportunity to join UD faculty and staff to assist in creating an impact on the community through their service as the final reviewing body for pending student conduct matters. This can also allow students to gain valuable critical and analytical thinking skills, improve their time management and professionalism, and learn about civic engagement, ethics and integrity.
Applications are available here, and are due by February 25th.
Please find the UDaily Article for more information.
Apply to Become An Ag Ambassador Today! Applications are due March 1st and must be submitted to Ms. Cometa in Townsend 104.
You may download the application here.