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The University Graduate Working Group is scheduling two town hall meetings on campus to discuss its final report regarding the establishment of a graduate college at UD.

Meetings set to discuss graduate college proposal

Town hall meetings scheduled Oct. 16, 17

The University Graduate Working Group will host two town hall meetings in October for the University of Delaware community to discuss its final report regarding the establishment of a graduate college at UD.

The first town hall will be from 5-6 p.m., Monday, Oct. 16, in Room 205 of Gore Hall, and the second will be from noon-1 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 17, in Room 116 of the Willard Hall Education Building. 

The Working Group’s final report is available now for review by the UD community. Download the PDF from this website: http://grad.udel.edu/grad-white-paper/.

Feedback on the final report can be submitted at http://grad.udel.edu/graduate-working-group-comment/

“The University Working Group established by President Assanis and Provost Grasso in fall 2016 is staging a series of ‘listening’ events this fall to garner feedback from diverse campus constituencies on our recommendations,” said Ann Ardis, senior vice provost for graduate and professional education. “The feedback we will be gathering this semester from the full spectrum of campus constituents — current students, graduate program directors, department chairs, University Faculty Senate leadership, faculty and administrators in all seven colleges — will help us finalize the development of a proposal for submission to University Faculty Senate and the Board of Trustees in early spring 2018.”  


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