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Faculty September 19, 2023
Afraid of AI? Don't Be.
What can be done to prepare our students for the AI-rich world in which we all now live?
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Research September 18, 2023
UD animal historian releases book about National Zoo, helps start academic journal
UD Assistant Professor of Environmental History Daniel Vandersommers is using animal history to examine a storied American institution.
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International September 15, 2023
COIL's Impact in the Classroom
COIL Fellows Faculty connect students across the globe
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Human Rights September 14, 2023
2023 Summer Fellowship: PAR and WLI with Counterpart International
Counterpart International is a non profit organization that works with many different communities and countries that focus on making communities better which could include health, climate, and human rights that will lead to a better future.
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Human Rights September 14, 2023
2023 Summer Fellowship: Demining Advocacy with Legacies of War
Kadiatou spent her summer learning about the American Secret War in Laos with the organization Legacies of War.
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Human Rights September 14, 2023
2023 Summer Fellowship: Seeing The Gambia Through Different Eyes
Sierra and Ahmi' both traveled to The Gambia this summer to work with organizations through the summer fellowship. Both experienced a sense of belonging and growth that they explore in this blog.
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Human Rights September 14, 2023
2023 Summer Fellowship: Akwaaba with IGED
I’ve always been open to different cultures and perspectives but seeing it in person in real time is so different from reading about it. My time in Ghana is something that I will never forget and has changed my perspective on life. From the 20 minute drive to work, trying new foods, the lively nightlife, long days in the office and restless nights, I am forever grateful.
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Human Rights September 14, 2023
2023 Summer Fellowship: Studying Africa's Economy with GTI-U
The continent of Africa has a bright economic future ahead, but this fact can be hindered by the lack of opportunity and support for women in entrepreneurship and other socio-cultural attitudes towards working women.
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Human Rights September 13, 2023
2023 Summer Fellowship: Ending Violence Against Women with ISLA
This summer Emmy was presented with the opportunity to join the Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa (ISLA) and assist in their thematic area of Violence Against Women (VAW). ISLA is a Pan-African feminist initiative where their main focus is advancing women’s human and sexual rights.
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Law September 11, 2023
Sabra Tomb Starts New Role At Dayton Law To Develop Workforce Training Programs
Tomb ’19 wants to build on UDSL’s successes in improving the skills of workers in the contracting field and other areas. 
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