An inside look at the College of Arts & Sciences @ UD
View this email in your browser
October 2016
Volume 3, Issue 3

CAS: Progress and partnerships

‘State of College’ highlights accomplishments, looks forward

   In assessing the state of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dean George Watson cited such accomplishments of the past year as progress in improving diversity and inclusion, numerous successful partnerships and a “banner year” for hiring outstanding faculty. He spoke to a packed house in the Roselle Center for the Arts last month at the annual event. His address was followed by a talk by UD President Dennis Assanis and a reception to welcome new CAS faculty members.

Race and real estate: The REP theatre company’s season continues with the award-winning satire Clybourne Park.

DIY on the go: Read about cool, quirky interior designer Tara Mangini ’06 in this New York Times Style story.

World premiere: UD’s Opera Theatre and Chamber Orchestra will perform The Masque of Edgar Allen Poe Nov. 11.
Natural Sciences

Enthusiasm for exploration: Astrophysicist William Matthaeus is the new director of Delaware Space Grant.
NSF Early Career Award: Nayantara Bhatnagar was recognized for her work in probability and complex problems.
Top science teacher: Chemistry education alumnus John Scali has received the President’s Award for Excellence.

Champion for humanities: NEH Chairman toured Delaware, meeting with University students and faculty.

Art history at 50: The department marked its anniversary with a celebration of scholarship and teaching.

Supporting writers: UD researchers created a tool to help community college students improve their skills.
Social Sciences

Free-speech advocate: Renowned First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams delivered the 2016 James R. Soles Lecture.
Schools and safety: Sociologist Aaron Kupchik discusses his research on policing and punishment in schools.
Political science chair: David Redlawsk, formerly director of the Eagleton Center for Polling, has joined UD.
Alumni Spotlight: Elana Metz '15
After graduating in international relations with a minor in Islamic studies, Elana Metz won a Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. State Department to immerse herself in the language and culture of Jordan.
Follow Us on Twitter!
The College of Arts & Sciences is now on Twitter! Follow us for updates on college news and events, live coverage of on-campus CAS events and faculty members in the news.

Copyright © 2016 College of Arts & Sciences, University of Delaware, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp