EVENTS

Events

Wednesday, April 16

1964 Civil Rights Act: 50th Anniversary -...

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Morris Library, Information Room on 1st Fl.  

After the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, President Lyndon B. Johnson urged Congress to pass Kennedy’s civil rights bill. Signed into law on...

Department of English Faculty Reading and...

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Memorial Hall, Room 111  

McKay will be talking about his new book Poison Spring: The Secret History of Pollution and the EPA (Bloomsbury), which he co-wrote with a man who worked...

“1864: Year of Destiny” Library Exhibition

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Morris Library, Special Collections Exhibition Gallery  

The University of Delaware Library [www.udel.edu/library] announces the exhibition, “1864: Year of Destiny” which is on view from through Sunday, June 8,...

“Nothing Is True, Everything Is Permitted”...

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Morris Library, Special Collections Exhibition Gallery located on the Second Floor  

The University of Delaware Library [www.udel.edu/library] announces the new exhibition “Nothing Is True, Everything Is Permitted: William S. Burroughs at...

Vanguard Virtual Career Event

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http://www.vanguardevent.com/, Virtual  

Spring is quite an exciting time as students look to transition from university to the work force. The April Virtual Career Event is a great opportunity to...

EXHIBITION - Faces of the Collection

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Old College Hall  

This exhibition explores the diversity of the University Collection through the theme of "Faces." When faces are transformed into art, a number of questions...

EXHIBITION - FreshPAINT: African American Art...

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Mechanical Hall  

With a focus on painting, this exhibition showcases works from the Paul R. Jones Collection of African American Art alongside recent acquisitions. Using the...

EXHIBITION - Recent Gifts

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Penny Hall, Mineralogical Museum  

The origins of the Mineralogical Museum can be traced to the donation in 1964 of the Irénée duPont, Sr. collection. Although it has long been thought that...

EXHIBITION - Strategy and Structure: The Work...

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Old College Hall, Gallery  

In developing this exhibition with the University Museums, artist and UD Art Professor Robert Straight suggested the title, Strategy and Structure. This...

FreshPAINT: African American Art at UD

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With a focus on painting, this exhibition showcases works from the Paul R. Jones Collection of African American Art alongside recent acquisitions. Using the...

Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies Spring...

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Purnell Hall, Room 234 B  

The Frank and Yetta Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Delaware has announced its spring lecture series. JWST 201-010 coordinated by...

SCPAB Presents: Tunes in Trabant

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Trabant Patio  

Stop by the Trabant Patio at 1:30pm see a FREE acoustic performance by Rachel Brown!

Academic Management

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Gore Hall, Room 303  

Understanding UD's policies and how they impact your grades.

Topical Seminars: Issues of International Trade

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Duncan Center  

Delaware Economics and History Teachers, Grade 6-12, are invited to attend this seminar series, hosted by the Center for Economic Education &...

Brian McCaffrey, Wawa Director of SAP and...

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Lerner Atrium  

Cancelled The Operations Management Association is bringing Brian McCaffrey, Wawa's Director of SAP and Business Process to the Lerner College. Come learn...

OMA Presents: Wawa Speaker, Brian McCaffrey

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Alfred Lerner Atrium  

Do you love Wawa? Come hear about business operations and careers at Wawa from Brian McCaffrey, Director of SAP and Business Process Wednesday April 16th...

Yes, Your Tide Is Cold And Dark, Sir

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Trabant Theater  

A screening for the film, Yes, Your Tide Is Cold And Dark, Sir. An independent film shot in Delaware. $10 admission. Doors open at 6:30. Interested to know...

Wednesday, April 16