Dec. 5: Reading Day Study Break
Refresh during finals with UD Student Alumni Ambassadors
8:49 a.m., Dec. 2, 2013--As the end of the semester closes in, many students are overloaded with projects, exams and papers. To help alleviate some of that frenzy, the University of Delaware Student Alumni Ambassadors (UDSAA) will host the Reading Day Study Break on Thursday, Dec. 5, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Students can stop by the Perkins Student Center Lobby between midday study sessions for snacks, coffee and juice. They will also be encouraged to take an optional survey about their involvement with the UD Bucket List. Students may also take the survey online at any time.
Oct. 22, 23: Perspectives gallery talks
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“The Student Alumni Ambassadors love putting on this event because it gives them a chance to support their fellow hard-working Blue Hens and the event gives students a chance to take a refreshing break during finals,” says Samantha Marks, UDSAA vice president of programming and outreach.
Students interested in becoming a UDSAA can get information about the requirements, responsibilities and benefits of these important leadership positions and apply online with the Office of Alumni Relations.
About the Office of Alumni Relations
The Office of Alumni Relations is the chief liaison between the University and its 160,000 living alumni represented by the UD Alumni Association.
Alumni Relations coordinates major events such as Alumni Weekend, Homecoming and prestigious awards. The office also manages all volunteers and events for the regional alumni clubs across the country and is charged with creating new and exciting programs while maintaining current traditions. For more information, visit www.UDconnection.com.