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​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.​

This fall's lineup includes:

  • April Veness (Geography) October 5 "The Importance of Place: a pilot project comparing UD students' experiences on various campuses"
  • Joseph Pritchett (Franklin & Marshall University) October 19 "Supporting Religious Diversity and Interfaith Cooperation at the University of Delaware"
  • Elizabeth Soslau and Nicholas Bell (School of Education) November 16 "Re-thinking the student teaching curriculum: Noting and addressing bias in the classroom"
A flyer can be downloaded here. All sessions are 12:15-1:30 pm in 116 Pearson Hall. Beverages provided; bring your lunch!

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Fall 2017 Brown Bag Sessions
  • Center for the Study of Diversity
  • 77 East Main Street - Room 217
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19711, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-3033
  • Delaware Will Shine
  • OEI
  • Vice Provost for Diversity