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KCTO: Effective, helpful multiple choice questions

Facilitated by Phil Duker, Associate Professor of Music and Director of the Institute for Transforming University Education & Kevin R. Guidry, Associate Director of Educational Assessment in the…

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KCTO: Questions, questions, and more questions: Using Just-in-time teaching, Think-Pair-Share, and Peer Instruction to leverage student learning

Facilitated by Philip Duker (Associate Professor, School of Music; Director ITUE) This session will explore how instructors can use questions to encourage active learning and student investment…

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KCTO: Everything you need to know about multimedia assignments

Facilitated by Amanda McCollom, Multimedia Literacy Librarian, Library, Museums and Press &Jessica Barth, Emerging Multimedia Technologies Librarian, Library, Museums and Press Multimedia…

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Choices: Episode 12 - Interview with UD Alumni & Staff

In this episode, we interview UD alumni and staff members Meg Hutchins, Lukas Emory, and John Cogan. They each share with us their career journeys (Meg's was a bit long, so we are posting a…

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The Social Dilemma April 14th 2021

The Impact of Social Media on Our Mental Health

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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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Scholar In The Library - May 2021

Scholar In The Library - May 2021

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Finite-Rank Perturbation Theory and Applications, Michael Bush

Perturbation theory deals with tracking how the properties of a mathematical object evolve as input parameters are varied. The main usage of the tools of perturbation theory in application is to…

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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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Astronomy Seminar - James R. A. Davenport

Talk title: "Kepler, K2, and TESS, oh my! 10 years of stellar activity from space" Speaker: James R. A. Davenport, University of Washington Date: April 6, 2021 Astronomy seminar

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Managing Well: Re-Igniting Your Teams Spark

There is no doubt that Covid has changed a great deal about the way we work. Teams are feeling increased pressure from work while also battling increased isolation and decreased connection. This can…

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Sarah Cornell Seminar

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Faculty Resilience Series: Opening Panel Discussion

Members of UD's leadership team discuss how they are coping with the current challenges in their lives, resources they use to maintain wellbeing, and how we can overcome this challenge…

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Vicki Ferrini Seminar

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Queer Perspectives on Popular Music with Phil Gentry

UD School of Music Professor of Music History Phil Gentry discusses topics covering both queer artists and LGBTQ+ fanbases including the success of Judy Garland, the rise of disco, and favorites in…

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Accounting - Graduate New Student Orientation

Join program director Michael Jung to learn how to start your graduate work on the right foot

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