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Scholar In The Library - October 2020

Scholar In The Library - October 2020

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Scholar In The Library - December 2021

Scholar In The Library - December 2021

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Scholar In The Library - November 2021

Scholar In The Library - November 2021

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Scholar In The Library - October 2021

Scholar In The Library - October 2021

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Fall Engagement = Spring Success Abroad

Zoom Recording ID: 91964675337 UUID: CTRMV03xSKO1okb1My0QFw== Meeting Time: 2021-08-19 01:08:33am

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CE Scholars Presentation of Learning April 29, 2021

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Scholar In The Library - May 2021

Scholar In The Library - May 2021

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Scholar In The Library - April 2021

Scholar In The Library - April 2021

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Scholar In The Library - March 2021

Scholar In The Library - March 2021

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Scholar In The Library - February 17, 2021 - Alison Parker

Scholar In The Library - February 17, 2021 - Alison Parker

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"Into the Archives: Projects Inspired by the Langston Hughes Ephemera Collection" with Laura Helton on December 10, 2020

Join Professor Laura E. Helton and her students in the capstone seminar in literary studies, “Into the Archives,” to learn about the research projects they’ve been working on…

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"Getting Hyped for the Game: Teen Beliefs About Sports and Energy Drinks" with Amy Bleakley on November 11, 2020

Sugary drink consumption is a contributing factor to child and teen obesity rates as well as other health conditions, such as diabetes and poor oral health. Sports and energy drinks are part of the…

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"Fake News and Attack Ads: Political Psychology Tells Us Why Neither Will Disappear" with David Redlawsk on Oct. 14, 2020

In recent years, the political environment seems overwhelmed with two phenomena: “fake news” and negative campaigning. While few would agree that fake news is a legitimate part of…

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Go Global! A Fall 2020 Blue & Golden Presentation

The University of Delaware founded the nation’s first study abroad program in 1923. Nearly a century later, students with a spirit of adventure can pursue their passions at Delaware and beyond…

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"Whistler's Afterlives: J.M. Whistler's Lasting Cultural Legacy" with Margaret Stetz on Sept. 9, 2020

Like his contemporary and “frenemy” Oscar Wilde, artist J.M. Whistler has left a lasting cultural legacy that has spread in many unexpected directions. He haunts 20th- and 21st-century…

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Around the Globe with World Scholars - Madrid

Congratulations on being admitted to World Scholars in Madrid! Learn more about what adventures await you in your program.

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