Undergraduate Student Resources

CEOE offers many research opportunities for undergraduate students. These include our Semester-in-Residence program at the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes, Del., and a National Science Foundation-supported Research Experience for Undergraduates program during the summer. Additionally, undergraduates have the opportunity to study abroad, pursue CEOE internships, and work on special projects for the University’s Honors Program and for Degrees with Distinction.

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Advisement & Policies


As a student, you are responsible for your academic decisions, actions and success. Therefore, you are encouraged to take advantage of the support services our College and the University has to offer.

You have been assigned a professional or faculty academic advisor who will assist you. The name of your academic advisor is listed on your UDSIS account.

The Assistant Dean is always available to assist in problem solving—including scheduling conflicts, change of major, transfer credit approval, and more—as well as answer your advisement questions and support faculty and advisors within the college. Make an appointment today!

Keeley Powell

Keeley Powell

Senior Assistant Dean, Student Services
 1-302-831-8062

Office Location:
101A Robinson Hall
Newark, DE 19716-1304

Undergraduate students can get support and information to help them finish in four years from the Student Success Center in Suite 101, Robinson Hall.

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Career Resources


Our students and graduates work around the globe in an array of fascinating careers—as professors, urban planners, ocean engineers, weather forecasters, teachers, journalists, and much more. Explore the job opportunity that fits your passion.
 

Explore our Career Resources Portal

Visit the UD Career Center

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Study Abroad


CEOE Study Abroad programs have traveled to New Zealand, Mexico, Bermuda, Fiji and beyond, exploring the geographic, marine, geological, biological, chemical and cultural environments of the destinations.

 

Go Global

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Semester-in-Residence


The Semester-in-Residence Program is an intensive residential research experience offering students the chance to live, work and study on the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes while exploring marine studies.  

Requirements for consideration:

• Junior or senior status
• Priority given to students with a minimum GPA of 3.0
• Significant interest in studying the marine environment
• Support from your advisor and/or another faculty member.

To apply, email the following to ceoe-sir@udel.edu with the subject line "SIR application":

• A letter of interest/personal statement
• Your current resumé
• A letter of support from your advisor or a faculty member (faculty member can send separately)
• Your official college transcript (UD students do not need to do this, as we will pull your information from UD-SIS)

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EnvironMentors


The EnvironMentors are a group of student volunteers who help represent CEOE, work on service projects, and advise the Dean, Deputy Dean and Assistant Dean on issues that impact CEOE students.

Students who would like to become EnvironMentors should contact Keeley Powell, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Students, at kpowell@udel.edu or by calling (302) 831-2841.

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2020 Summer Scholars Program Application Now Open!


Application deadline: March 1, 2020 by 5:00 p.m.

The Summer Scholars Program enables selected undergraduates, generally sophomores and juniors, to conduct in-depth research with University faculty. Summer Scholars work on their projects full-time for 10 weeks in the summer. College of Earth, Ocean and Environment Faculty in Newark and Lewes participate in the program.

For more information & To apply

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