The Storytelling Project employs qualitative narrative interviewing to document particular experiences that students have or witness on UD's campus related to socially significant categories and/or their intersections. Piloted in summer 2016 with race and ethnicity, the project will expand to social class, student generational status, gender/sexual orientation/identity, and religion as it progresses. WVUD will be featuring stories from the summer 2016 stories.
As many of you may know, some of the stories from the Tell It Like It Is storytelling project were recorded in audio format. These stories are being featured on the UD radio station 91.3 WVUD. Tune in at either of the following dates and times to listen to the program (approximately 30 minute run time): Tuesday 4/25 at 1pm, Wednesday 4/26 at 8am, and Thursday 4/27 at 1pm.
Presentation of results of Spring 2016 Campus Climate Survey and release of report.
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Read a summary of the Latino Project in our factsheet.