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Giving November 02, 2022
Donors Help Level an Uphill Challenge

“At 18, I watched my friends prepare for college as I prepared to give birth to my daughter,” said UD student Corey Deel ’23.

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Faith/Mission September 01, 2022
A historic day for Malawi
The Institute for Pastoral Initiatives facilitates a milestone for Malawi through online faith formation classes.
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Faith/Mission July 08, 2022
Sun, sand, scripture and lifelong learning
Continuing education made easy with online classes through UD's Virtual learning Community.
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Law July 05, 2022
New Inter-American Human Rights Course Open To Anyone

The online class, taught by Inter-American Human Rights Commissioner and renowned human rights expert Professor Carlos Bernal, will be held from September 27 to October 25, and is open to anyone, including current students, alumni, and Human Rights legal professionals.

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Libraries June 01, 2022
Read with Pride

The Libraries diversity and inclusion team developed a new LGBTQ+ Pride resource with reading suggestions including fiction, biography, history and more.

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Humanities and Social Sciences May 16, 2022
English class engages with Christian evangelical message at Creation Museum
UD Professor Susan Trollinger traveled to Kentucky with her second-year Core program class to experience the Creation Museum.
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Faculty and Staff April 22, 2022
UD English professor publishes book on heavy metal music scenes across the globe
UD English professor Bryan Bardine contributes to the field of metal music studies with his latest book, Living Metal: Metal Scenes Around the World
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Experiential Learning March 22, 2022
Statehouse Civic Scholars
Statehouse Civic Scholars is an experiential learning program that selects 12 UD students for internships in highly desirable state government offices and associations in Columbus, Ohio.
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Human Rights March 10, 2022
Human Rights Week 2022

Human Rights Week 2022 was held at UD under  the theme “Human rights in your backyard.” This week featured a series of presentations from students and experts on human rights issues that are taking place all around us, ranging from displacement to period poverty. These events shed light on the human rights disparities that happen close to us and what we can do. 

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Faculty and Staff February 25, 2022
College Faculty in the News: Feb. 25, 2022
News agencies across the region, the nation and throughout the world often reach out to our faculty experts for their perspectives on today's issues. This media coverage highlights the service, research and scholarship taking place in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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