An inside look at the College of Arts & Sciences @ UD
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August 2016
Volume 3, Issue 1

Students fine-tune video: An undergraduate harmony class created a soundtrack for UD’s STAR Health.

Stewards of the Amazon: An exhibition opening Aug. 31 in Old College will highlight the indigenous Ese’Eja.

Master Players season: Beginning Oct. 1, the “Opus 13” series features eight concerts in various formats.
Natural Sciences

Chemical Society fellows: Veteran educator Michael “Doc” Stemniski and two UD alumni have been honored.
Grants for math research: The National Science Foundation supported projects from solar cells to water waves.
‘Becoming Brilliant’: A professor of education, linguistics and psychology discusses raising successful kids.

Illuminating Paris: An art history student curated an exhibit about nighttime lighting in the City of Light.

Costa Rica connection: Crista Johnson, instructor in Spanish, is Study Abroad Faculty Director of the Year.

Saudi service learning: Saudi Arabian students made a documentary about their experiences in Puerto Rico.
Social Sciences

Promoting better health: A research study will explore ways to improve access for individuals on probation.
Snapshot of voters: A Center for Political Communication survey was taken after the Republican convention.
Energy internship: A Ukrainian graduate student gained lab experience through the Edmund S. Muskie Program.
Alumni Spotlight:
Alexandra Zafiroglu '93

Alexandra Zafiroglu is an anthropologist who studies everyday life. But instead of observing indigenous, isolated cultures, she works for Intel, analyzing how people use technology and suggesting helpful improvements.
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