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Recover Delaware Roundtable #3 - Food Security

Presented by the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) in partnership with the Delaware Emergency Management Agency, Recover Delaware Roundtable sessions feature conversations on economic trends,…

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Virtual Visit 6.23.2021

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Limerick, Ireland

Learn about the semester study abroad program in Limerick, Ireland with UD's partner the University of Limerick.

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22S Florida/Bahamas HSBM - Spring Break

Learn about the Spring 2022 Hospitality Business Management study abroad program in Florida & the Bahamas from UD Faculty Director Zvi Schwartz.

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22S Copenhagen Global Health Internship - Spring Break

Learn about the Spring 2022 Health study abroad program in Copenhagen, Denmark from UD Faculty Director Amy Hagstrom.

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22W Paris, France BISC

Learn about the Winter 2022 Biology study abroad program in Paris, France from UD Faculty Director Christopher Trimby.

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Environmental Wellness Interview: Introducing DENIN

In this episode of Environmental Wellness, Jacky Mata interviewed Holly Michael and Jeanette Miller who are both apart of the Delaware Environmental Institute at the University of Delaware. They…

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The 2021 Diamond Challenge Summit Award Ceremony

This award ceremony culminates the sixth annual Diamond Challenge for High School students who participated from over 70 countries and 20 states. This event took place on April 16, 2021.Keynote…

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Evaluation of the microbiome effects of easy and hard keeper horses with the application of the Equine Keeper Status Scale , Alexa Johnson

Horses with two different metabolic tendencies are referred to as “easy keepers” (EK) or “hard keepers” (HK). These tendencies are anecdotal and often related to the Henneke…

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The Case for Optimal Flocking in Robotic Systems, Logan Beaver

From the debut of Reynolds's seminal paper on flocking in 1987, flocking has been a topic of great interest to the robotics and controls community. Flocking is the quintessential emergent…

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Ask the Expert | Healthy Snacking

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Day of Wellbeing: Meal Prep

One of the greatest tools in your health toolbox, meal prepping! Join us as we walk through the process of meal planning, prepping and executing healthy, delicious food. We will…

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Ask the Expert | Intuitive Eating

Caitlin Tharp, UD Behavioral Health and Nutrition Graduate Student, discusses the concept of "intuitive eating"

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inorganic block podcast: what's for dinner?

What’s For Dinner? Tableware and Traditions in the 18th Century, with Leslie B. Grigsby, Senior Curator of Ceramics & Glass at Winterthur As you can imagine, based on the title, the topic…

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Undergraduate Research at CEOE

Experiential learning is an important part of a CEOE education, whether fieldwork during classes, hands-on labs or more individualized opportunities like working with faculty on research. Marine…

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Major in Sustainable Food Systems at the University of Delaware

In UD’s sustainable food systems major, students approach key food system challenges critically and innovatively—from agriculture and production, processing, retail consumption and waste.…

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