The goal of our Working at UD collaborative is to create a positive employee experience at the University of Delaware. In higher education, where the focus is primarily students, we want to focus on you! Our Working at UD collaborative: Athletics, Employee Health and Wellbeing, Equity and Inclusion, Development and Alumni Engagement and Human Resources, aim to streamline pertinent employee information from various campus departments into one convenient location for employees to access.

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LinkedIn Learning

All UD faculty, staff and students now have unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning, an online library featuring thousands of instructional videos and resources which cover a wide range of technical, business, software and creative topics. Whether you select courses relevant to your current role or explore other interests, you’ll be able to grow and develop in the areas you care about both at and outside of work.

Protect the Flock

What are your thoughts and feelings about the COVID-19 vaccine?

Take a few moments and watch the following video featuring two highly respected members of our UD community: Dr. Joan Coker, Physician and University Trustee, and Dr. Tim Dowling, Physician and Director, Student Health Services, where they discuss their views on the vaccines and where to get trusted information, Building Community Through Vaccine Confidence.

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Office of Equity and Inclusion

We provide leadership and support in creating an equitable, diverse and inclusive working and learning environment. 

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Employee Health and Wellbeing

We strive to build a culture where UD employees, spouses and retirees are healthy, fueled, and inspired to be their best selves.

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Athletics and

Visit us for employee recreation information and UD sports schedules, tickets and special family events. Go Hens!

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Find resources, classes and training on a variety of topics to support your professional growth at UD.

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Center for Counseling and Student Development

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Center for Counseling and Student Development

The University of Delaware Center for Counseling and Student Development (CCSD) is dedicated to the mental health and wellbeing of the student body. Our mission is to foster student learning by promoting psychological wellbeing so students can be more successful in their academic, personal and career pursuits. Essential to the Center’s mission is promoting equality and respect for individual and cultural differences. Consultation services are available to the entire University community, whether to enhance student wellbeing, to increase the understanding of student culture or to improve the ability of faculty and staff to meet student needs.

CCSD boasts a robust, accredited training program featuring master’s degree externs and doctoral and postdoctoral interns. Clinical services provided by CCSD include assessment and referral, individual and group therapy, affinity groups and single session interventions, psychiatric evaluation and medication management, urgent consultation, a variety of outreach programs to student and staff groups across campus and more.

The upheaval of the pandemic reverberated throughout the U.S. healthcare system with telehealth procedures being unveiled (and later updated) in various permutations across states. CCSD was tasked with navigating professional licensure and practice regulations for a student body spread out across numerous states, as well as internationally. These practice regulations spanned several disciplines including psychology, counseling, psychiatry and nursing. Very few CCSD policies and procedures remained untouched by the shift to telehealth–from the security of the telehealth platform and consent processes for services, to the documentation of client encounters and secure communication. CCSD quickly adopted best practices for telehealth to provide a relatively seamless continuation of emergent, urgent and routine services for and outreach to the UD student body while continuing to train a cohort of interns and externs. Distinct from, yet also related to and exacerbated by the pandemic, CCSD continues to work with students to identify and address pressing social and emotional concerns arising from the experience of racial injustice. CCSD continues to adapt and pivot with the return to campus to continue meeting its wellbeing mission throughout the pandemic and beyond.

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