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Diversity Brown Bag Sessions

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Spring 2018

​Each semester, the Center for the Study of Diversity hosts brown bag sessions. These informal presentations allow for sharing of recent and ongoing research related to diversity on campus and in the community. Some presenters are recipients of CSD Research Grants; others are Faculty Scholars and other campus partners.

Look for the fall lineup late this summer and be sure to grab your lunch and join us for the discussion!

February 22, 2018

Lindsay Naylor, Geography

"The Importance of Place: A pilot project comparing UD students’ experiences on the Wilmington, Dover, Georgetown and Newark campuses"

April 19, 2018

Jennifer Buckley, Mechanical Engineering

Tia Barnes, Human Development and Family Science

"How Granular Is the Problem? A Discipline-Specific Focus Group Study of Factors Affecting Underrepresentation in Engineering Undergraduate Programs"

Fall 2017

​This fall 2017 lineup included presentations on religious diversity, classroom bias, and comparison of student experiences on the different UD campuses.

October 5, 2017

April Veness, Geography

"The Importance of Place: a pilot project comparing UD students' experiences on various campuses"

October 19, 2017

Joseph Pritchett, Franklin & Marshall University, UD School of Education doctoral graduate

"Engaging Worldview Diversity and Interfaith Cooperation at the University of Delaware"

November 16, 2017

Elizabeth Soslau, School of Education

Nicholas Bell, School of Education

"Re-thinking the Student Teaching Curriculum: Noting and Addressing Bias in the Classroom"

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  • Center for the Study of Diversity
  • 309 McKinly Lab
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-3033