Virtual Events for Alumni

Journey From UD.


Thursday, March 18 | 7 p.m. ET

Join Emily Barrosse, AS82, founder and CEO of a publishing company for women called Bold Story Press, for a free webinar focused on the process of publishing today and how to share your story with the world. This Development and Alumni Relations event will be presented in partnership with Women's Leadership Initiative.


Wednesday, March 24 | 7 p.m. ET

Join our moderated panel discussion to hear from alumni in careers at CBS and NPR, among others, talk about their journey from The Review, the Student Television Network or the WXUD or WVUD campus radio stations to their budding careers in journalism, radio, sports broadcasting, book writing and more.


Sara Brown, EHD82, with her future husband Steve Brown, AS82, on the steps of Belmont Hall in 1981


With the demolition of the John Dickinson and Caesar Rodney Resident Hall Complexes last year, alumni from all decades reflected on and shared their experiences in these quirky-but-beloved buildings on campus. Here are a few submissions we received through UD Magazine in exchange for a brick from the buildings.

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Strength. Resilience. Fortitude. These are the qualities Army ROTC inspires in students. Through mentorship and philanthropy, alumni of the program at UD are hoping to encourage such skills so students experience a lifetime of success.

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To cap their time in Army ROTC, Joby Jester, AS73, (left) receives his honors during his May 1973 commissioning ceremony by then-Gov. Sherman Tribbitt; Bob Parsons, AS64, (right) celebrates his 1964 pinning ceremony as his grandmother adjusts his pin. Photos courtesy of Joby Jester and Bob Parsons

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