Visualizing the Future
The Summer Transition Education Program at UD’s Center for Disabilities Studies gives students with minor disabilities the chance to live on campus, get a taste of college life and the business world, and feel more confident about applying to college and launching meaningful careers.
Making a Difference Today for Tomorrow's Leaders
In September 2012, Amber Beaman received theHearst Foundation scholarship, recognizing her exceptional academic and leadership efforts as a student who defies statistics that predict under achievement and limited options for young people who face social and economic challenges.
College of Education and Human Development
The College of Education and Human Development is dedicated to finding solutions to the most pressing social issues of our time. Over 300 faculty and staff are committed to creating skilled professionals who will effectively teach students in classrooms and enhance the quality of life for children and families, in our community and around the world. To offer a high-quality education to our 1,400 undergraduate and graduate students grounded in real world experiences — student teaching, internships and clinical fieldwork — requires essential support from annual gifts through tuition assistance, faculty support and innovative program initiatives.
Director of Development, College of Education and Human Development