Article by Beth Miller | February 19, 2018
UD grad student helps conserve clothing once worn by victims of Khmer Rouge torture
Article by Dante LaPenta | February 19, 2018
Physical therapy alumna creates Physical Therapy’s ‘Explore the Magic of Motion’ workshop for area Girl Scouts
Article by Adam S. Kamras | February 19, 2018
Next PHR/SPHR certification prep course begins Feb. 28
Faculty Achievement Program opportunities
January 17, 2018
Webinar to be offered Jan. 19 on developing strategic plans
The University of Delaware Faculty Achievement Program (FAP) invites faculty to have their strategic plans in place before the spring term begins. To help with this process, FAP is hosting a viewing of the National Center for Faculty Diversity and Development (NCFDD) corecurriculum webinar, Every Semester Needs a Plan, from 1-2:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 19, in the Faculty Commons in Pearson Hall.
The webinar is for those who haven’t started their plan yet, who need to continue working on a plan or who would like support and accountability to get it completed.
To help with planning, RSVP for the webinar at this Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/UhVs7suBSskAGJ7y1. The location in the Faculty Commons may depend on how many people are interested in attending.
Write On Site
In addition, UD FAP is looking for hosts for Write on Site (WOS) sessions for the spring 2018 semester. FAP will be creating and sharing a calendar of Write on Site groups — three or more faculty who agree to meet in a campus location and write together. Anyone is welcome to join a WOS or offer to host one.
Contact Stephanie Kerschbaum, UDFAP faculty coordinator, at email@example.com with questions or a proposed spring 2018 WOS.
Article by Chris Kelley | February 16, 2018
Students learn while working in state legislature and courts
Article by Heather Bender | February 16, 2018
UD’s Lerner College hosts full-day event on gender equity and women leading in the workplace
Article by College of Arts and Sciences Communications Staff | February 16, 2018
Reception opens exhibit of student cyanotypes