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Wednesday, September 25

Library Exhibits “Seamus Heaney: In Memoriam”

Library Exhibits “Seamus Heaney: In Memoriam”

Exhibitions, Lectures & Programs, Lectures and Programs / Library

The University of Delaware Library [www.udel.edu/library] announces a new exhibition case on “Seamus Heaney: In Memoriam” drawn from the circulating...

Morris Library  
Pep Rally student TALENT CHALLENGE

Pep Rally student TALENT CHALLENGE

Alumni Relations

Interested in performing? Enter to win a 5-minute spot in the 2nd annual Homecoming Pep Rally! Whether you sing, juggle, or dance, submit your Instagram or...

 
BGSA Weekly Writing and Study Sessions

BGSA Weekly Writing and Study Sessions 4:00am

Registered Student Organizations / Student Centers

Are you looking for a quiet place to study? Do you need motivation to write your thesis or dissertation? Do you need positive peer pressure to meet your...

McDowell Hall, Room 203  
Banner Competition

Banner Competition 8:00am

Open to all student clubs, residence hall groups, RSO’s, Greeks, and Student-Athletes, the Banner Competition involves creating a spirited banner that will...

Office of Alumni Relations  
Homecoming Dodgeball Tournament

Homecoming Dodgeball Tournament 8:00am

Alumni Relations

Sign up TODAY for the first Homecoming Dodgeball Tournament. The link to sign up your team of 4 members is online at...

Bob Carpenter Center  
Library Exhibits "Books Acquired in Honor of William Swayze"

Library Exhibits "Books Acquired in Honor... 8:00am

Exhibitions / Library

The University of Delaware Library [www.udel.edu/library] announces a new exhibition, “Books Acquired in Honor of William Swayze,” which will be on view...

Morris Library, Lincoln Case adjacent to Special Collections  
Library Exhibits "Henry Morris, Printer"

Library Exhibits "Henry Morris, Printer" 8:00am

Exhibitions / Library

The University of Delaware Library announces “Henry Morris, Printer: The Life and Times of the Bird & Bull Press,” an exhibition of rare books, manuscripts...

Morris Library, Special Collections Exhibition Gallery  
Target Info Booth

Target Info Booth 9:30am

Career Services, Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics / Career Services Center, Lerner College of Business & Economics

Stop by the Target Information Booth in Purnell Lobby to meet the representatives and learn about potential opportunities.

Purnell Hall, Main Lobby  
Banned Book Week

Banned Book Week 10:00am

Students are invited to read all the saucy, scandalous and salacious parts from banned books. Our motto for this year is "Discover What You're Missing."...

South Green, between Memorial and Morris  
Banned Books Read-Out Day

Banned Books Read-Out Day 10:00am

Lectures and Programs, Lectures & Programs, College of Arts and Sciences / English

The Department of English and Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society, invite you to celebrate Banned Books Week at our “Read-Out” on Wednesday, Sept. 25,...

South Green  
LearnIT@UD Training:  Outlook 2010 Tips

LearnIT@UD Training: Outlook 2010 Tips 10:00am

Training / Information Technologies

In this session, we will look at some of the main changes in Outlook 2010. We'll also demonstrate some advanced features of e-mail, calendar and scheduling,...

Smith Hall, Room 011  
CIS SIGNET Seminar Marcos Portnoi

CIS SIGNET Seminar Marcos Portnoi 11:15am

College of Engineering, Lectures & Programs, Lectures and Programs / Computer & Information Sciences

Title: "Location-Aware Sign-on and Key Exchange using Attribute-Based Encryption and Bluetooth Beacons" Speaker: Marcos Portnoi, CIS PhD...

Smith Hall, Room 102A  
EXHIBITION - From Samurai to Soldier: Japanese Prints of War 1830 - 1897

EXHIBITION - From Samurai to Soldier: Japanese... 12:00pm

College of Arts and Sciences, Special Events, Lectures and Programs, Lectures & Programs, Exhibitions, Miscellaneous / University Museums

The mention of Japanese woodblock prints usually suggests images of serene landscapes, famous Japanese landmarks and beautiful women. However, a less...

Old College Hall, Gallery  
EXHIBITION - Goya’s War:  Los Desastres de la Guerra

EXHIBITION - Goya’s War: Los Desastres de la... 12:00pm

College of Arts and Sciences, Exhibitions, Miscellaneous / University Museums

Featuring a high-quality first edition set of the Desastres de la Guerra from the collection of the Pomona College Museum of Art, this exhibition considers...

Old College Hall, Gallery  
EXHIBITION - HASSINGER & CLARK: Boxes, Combs and Constellations

EXHIBITION - HASSINGER & CLARK: Boxes,... 12:00pm

College of Arts and Sciences, Special Events, Lectures and Programs, Lectures & Programs, Exhibitions, Miscellaneous / University Museums

Boxes, Combs and Constellations highlights the visual alchemy of artists Maren Hassinger and Sonya Clark, whose creative agencies turn the ordinary into the...

Mechanical Hall, Gallery  
EXHIBITION - Recent Gifts

EXHIBITION - Recent Gifts 12:00pm

College of Arts and Sciences, Special Events, Lectures and Programs, Lectures & Programs, Exhibitions, Miscellaneous / University Museums

The Mineralogical Museum is actively building its collection of minerals by the addition of both historic specimens and newly collected material. Over the...

Penny Hall, Mineralogical Museum  
LearnIT@UD Training:  Excel 2010: Creating PivotTables

LearnIT@UD Training: Excel 2010: Creating... 2:30pm

Training / Information Technologies

Do your have large datasets that you need to analyze? During this hands-on session, you will learn how using pivot tables in Excel 2010 helps you work with...

Smith Hall, Room 010  
Cosmic neutrinos and cosmic particles in IceCube

Cosmic neutrinos and cosmic particles in IceCube 3:30pm

College of Arts and Sciences, Lectures & Programs, Lectures and Programs / Physics & Astronomy

Prof. Thomas Gaisser will speak. IceCube is a kilometer scale detector at the South Pole consisting of 5400 optical sensors that detect cosmic rays and...

Gore Hall, Room 104  
Electrical & Computer Engineering 2013–2014 Distinguished Lecture Series

Electrical & Computer Engineering 2013–2014... 3:30pm

College of Engineering, Lectures & Programs / Electrical and Computer Engineering

LINDA PETZOLD - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA “The Emerging Roles and Challenges of Stochasticity in Biological Systems”

Mitchell Hall  
Curator's Lecture: "Capricho to Fatal Consequences: Goya's Imagery of War"

Curator's Lecture: "Capricho to Fatal... 5:30pm

College of Arts and Sciences, Special Events, Lectures and Programs, Lectures & Programs, Exhibitions, Miscellaneous / University Museums

Francisco Goya y Lucientes created "Los Desastres de la Guerra," a series of etchings, in response to the Napoleonic invasion of Spain. Rather than firsthand...

Gore Hall, Room 116  
Delta Gamma Open House

Delta Gamma Open House 7:00pm

Registered Student Organizations, Student Centers / Recruitment, Student Leadership, Student Organizations

Come meet the lovely ladies of Delta Gamma! Learn about our philanthropy Service for Sight and our upcoming events for the year! Set sail and come aboard the...

Delta Gamma House  
SABIC Information Session

SABIC Information Session 7:00pm

Career Services

Please join us for an informal info session to learn about SABIC and our Early Identification Program for engineering undergrads.

 
SCPAB Films Series: The Kings of Summer

SCPAB Films Series: The Kings of Summer 7:30pm

Come out this wednesday to SCPAB's Films Series at the Trabant Theater! We are showing The Kings of Summer! The story of three boys seeking freedom! Movie...

Trabant Theater  

Wednesday, September 25

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