As part of the Student Centers Programming Advisory Board (SCPAB) comedy series, Ace Guillen will be coming to the University of Delaware for a free performance. The show will be in the Scrounge in the Perkins Student Center at 8:30 p.m., on Tuesday, April 5.
Stephen M. Davidson, author of Still Broken: Understanding the U.S. Health Care System, will discuss his book and his perspective on the U.S. health care system a year after President Obama's health care initiatives have begun to be initiated in a talk at 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 5, in Room 104 Gore Hall.
Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, will be the featured speaker in the DENIN Dialogue Series at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 6, in Clayton Hall.
The University of Delaware English Language Institute (ELI) invites the campus community to attend "Arts in Translation," a multimedia celebration of the role of the arts in learning English, from 7-9 p.m. on Friday, April 8, in Smith Hall.
The University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication will host Saturday Evening Satire, a political entertainment event, on Saturday April 9, at 4 p.m., in the Clayton Hall auditorium.
A free Green and Healthy Living Expo will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 9, at the University of Delaware's Bob Carpenter Center.
The University of Delaware Center for Disabilities Studies (CDS) will present "Enhanced Living through Visual Assistive Technologies," the second in its series of Lunch and Learn sessions, on Monday, April 11.
The University of Delaware Library announces that the award-winning biographer T.J. Stiles will be the featured speaker at the 2011 annual dinner of the University of Delaware Library Associates to be held on Tuesday, April 12, at Arsht Hall on UD's Wilmington campus.
Looking to save a little money on your lawn care in these tight financial times? The University of Delaware's Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity for agriculture, the Society of Automotive Engineers Club and the Engineering Technology Club are once again offering a push lawn mower tune-up service on Friday, April 15 ,and Saturday, April 16, rain or shine.
The seventh annual University of Delaware Master Players Concert Series season finale iMusic 4 features China Magpie from YoYo Ma's Silk Road Project, with concerts at 8 p.m. on both Friday, April 15, and Saturday, April 16, in Mitchell Hall.
Bill Cowher, who led the Pittsburgh Steelers to victory in Super Bowl XL, will give a public lecture at the University of Delaware's Bob Carpenter Center on Monday, April 18.
A University of Delaware chorus joins the Delaware Symphony Orchestra for its performance of Gustav Mahler's prolific Symphony No. 2, "Resurrection" at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Del., on Friday and Saturday, April 15 and 16. The concerts will begin at 8 p.m. both nights.
Elmo, Big Bird, Bert, Ernie and their friends will visit UD when Sesame Street Live comes to the Bob Carpenter Center for seven performances from April 21-24. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m., Monday, March 14.
The Delaware Membrane Protein Symposium will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 4, at Clayton Hall on the University of Delaware campus in Newark.
The American Cancer Society Relay for Life event will be held from 3 p.m., Saturday, April 30, through 6 a.m., Sunday, May 1, at the Delaware Field House on the University of Delaware campus in Newark.
China's cinema has taken the spotlight at the Cannes Film Festival and the Sundance Film Festival, as well as Hollywood's Academy Awards, over the past two decades.
The School of Nursing is offering a spring research lecture series featuring speakers from the College of Health Sciences.
Northwestern University's Leon M. Keer will present a micromechanics-based theory for predicting surface damage in advanced materials at the sixth annual Arnold D. Kerr Lecture on Thursday, May 5, at 4 p.m. at John M. Clayton Hall on the University of Delaware's Laird Campus in Newark.
The second annual Spring Fling outdoor grass volleyball tournament to benefit the University of Delaware women's volleyball team is set for Saturday, May 7. The event is open to men, women and children of all ages and all experience levels.
The University of Delaware Department of Black American Studies has announced the schedule of speakers for its Brown Bag Lecture Series for the spring semester.
A speaker series showcasing research by the University of Delaware's Area Studies programs will be held during the spring semester on Wednesdays, starting Feb. 16, from 1:25-2:15 p.m., in Room 114 Gore Hall.
The Frank and Yetta Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Delaware has announced its spring 2011 lecture series, "Challenges in Jewish Culture," that will run from March 2 through May 11.
Laughter will be bringing down the house at the Thompson Theatre with the Resident Ensemble Players' production of Neil Simon's comedy The Good Doctor, running from Thursday, March 31, through Saturday, May 14, in the University of Delaware's Roselle Center for the Arts.
The exhibition "Andy Warhol: Behind the Camera," which includes 60 works drawn from the 150 photographs gifted to the University Museums of the University of Delaware by the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy program, will open Jan. 12 and continue through June 5 at the Old College Gallery.
The University of Delaware Library announces "Playwrights, Production and Performance: American Theatre in the 20th Century," an exhibition of books, letters, photographs, annotated scripts, set designs, programs, posters and other theatre ephemera, on view in the Special Collections Exhibition Gallery on the second floor of Morris Library from Tuesday, Jan. 25, through Wednesday, June 8.
The University of Delaware Library announces the exhibition, "Poetry Slams: Where Artistic Verbal Creations Compete," which will be on display in first floor exhibition cases in the Information Room of the Hugh M. Morris Library at the University of Delaware from Tuesday, Feb. 1, through Friday, June 10, 2011.
"Bodyscapes," an exhibition of art that explores the human form as a landscape upon which artists project ideas of heritage, identity, celebration, and absence, is on view through July 15 in the University of Delaware's Mechanical Hall Gallery.
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- UD students meet alumni, experience 'closing bell' at NYSE
- Newark Police seek assistance in identifying suspects in robbery
- Rivlin says bipartisan budget action, stronger budget rules key to reversing debt
- Stink bugs shouldn't pose problem until late summer
- Gao to honor Placido Domingo in Washington performance
- Adopt-A-Highway project keeps Lewes road clean
- WVUD's Radiothon fundraiser runs April 1-10
- W.D. Snodgrass Symposium to honor Pulitzer winner
- New guide helps cancer patients manage symptoms
- UD in the News, March 25, 2011
- For the Record, March 25, 2011
- Public opinion expert discusses world views of U.S. in Global Agenda series
- Congressional delegation, dean laud Center for Community Research and Service program
- Center for Political Communication sets symposium on politics, entertainment
- Students work to raise funds, awareness of domestic violence
- Equestrian team wins regional championship in Western riding
- Markell, Harker stress importance of agriculture to Delaware's economy
- Carol A. Ammon MBA Case Competition winners announced
- Prof presents blood-clotting studies at Gordon Research Conference
- Sexual Assault Awareness Month events, programs announced
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- A message to UD regarding the tragedy in Japan
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
- Global at Home program offers study abroad experience in Delaware
- Looking for signs that 'spring has sprung'
- Alumnus Dana Herbert talks about 'Next Great Baker' win
- Middle States evaluation team on campus April 5
- Phipps named HR Liaison of the Quarter
- Senior wins iPad for participating in assessment study
- April 19: Procurement Services schedules information sessions
- UD Bookstore announces spring break hours
- HealthyU Wellness Program encourages employees to 'Step into Spring'
- April 8-29: Faculty roundtable series considers student engagement
- GRE is changing; learn more at April 15 info session
- April 30: UD Evening with Blue Rocks set for employees
- Morris Library to be open 24/7 during final exams