An inside look at the College of Arts & Sciences @ UD
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November/December 2015
Volume 2, Issue 4
Colossal opportunity: A freshman art student’s mural was selected for a major outdoor display in Brooklyn.

Talented student trio: Undergraduate chamber ensemble Con Pepe Trio is a finalist for a national award.

‘Heartbreak House’: A review of the REP's recent production calls it "visually opulent" and a "gleeful romp.".
Natural Sciences

Nobels explained: Faculty experts provided background and insights on this year’s prize-winning work. 
Stereotypes and STEM: A national grant will support neuroscience research on issues of women in science.

Microsurgery advances: A hydrogel developed by UD researchers can improve suturing of tiny blood vessels.

Focus on arts, humanities: The president of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation spent an active day at UD.

Write here: The University Writing Center has opened a second location to enhance its student services.

Covering the pope: Journalism students reported from Philadelphia on one of the region’s biggest events.
Social Sciences

Empowering women: Two seniors in international relations sponsor a running and leadership camp in Morocco.

Black Lives Matter: Black American Studies hosted a guest lecture on this “powerful and emerging” movement.

Fashion education: A Milan World Expo presentation highlighted UD’s partnerships with the apparel industry.
Alumni Spotlight: Stephen Pope '12
Stephen Pope, who graduated in 2012 with a degree in political science and international relations, now serves with the Peace Corps in Mozambique, where he chronicles his work through an award-winning blog.
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