Archives for February, 2019

Feb
27

CAUSES -Green Roofs Absorb Rainwater, Grow Food

Green Roofs Absorb Rainwater, Grow Food Click >> here << to read more WASHINGTON —  Rainwater is essential for life. It helps plants and food crops flourish, and it keeps grasslands green and lush. But too much of it, especially in the city, can lead to flooding, causing sewers to overflow and carry pollutants and contaminants… Continue Reading CAUSES -Green Roofs Absorb Rainwater, Grow Food
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Feb
26

Notice: TRAINING DRILL – Active Shooter – TRAINING DRILL – TODAY (2/26/19) @ 12:30pm

Attention UDC Community Today, Tuesday, February 26 beginning at 12:30 p.m.. the UDC Police Department is  conducting active shooter training drills inside several buildings on the Van Ness campus.  This training exercise will involve a plainclothes police actor, uniformed police officers, simulation firearms, and the use of noisemaking devices to (blanks) to simulate gunshots.  Again it’s… Continue Reading Notice: TRAINING DRILL – Active Shooter – TRAINING DRILL – TODAY (2/26/19) @ 12:30pm

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Feb
20

UDC Opening ON TIME – Thursday, February 21, 2019 (All Campuses)

 UDC Opening ON TIME – Thursday, February 21, 2019 (All Campuses)   In the event of a weather emergency, the University of the District of Columbia has developed an emergency notification plan that utilizes multiple methods of communication.  UDC operating status will be broadcast by local/social media, the University’s website, and shared text and email. To receive text notifications, you must register… Continue Reading UDC Opening ON TIME – Thursday, February 21, 2019 (All Campuses)

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Feb
14

Founders’ Day – February 21, 2019

Founders’ Day  – February 21, 2019

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Feb
13

CDIMA Grand Opening Week – Black History Edition

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Feb
13

Research immerses HBCU undergrads in biomedical engineering

Research immerses HBCU undergrads in biomedical engineering Center for Biomechanical & Rehabilitation Engineering lab inspires STEM careers by focusing students on helping the elderly National Science Foundation has just released a video showing Dr Thompson and students as well as our Ambulatory Suspension System (Navigaitor)  The video focuses on improving balance. As we know, the importance… Continue Reading Research immerses HBCU undergrads in biomedical engineering

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Feb
13

#UDCFIRSTCHOICE Campaign

The Equity Imperative Completing the Pathway to the Middle Class https://www.udc.edu/udc-first-choice/ Click images below for more information.        
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Feb
12

The Art of Editing – Feb. 27, 2019 @ 6pm

The Art of Editing On Wednesday, February 27th, at 6:00 p.m., the Digital Media Program will host a panel discussion on the Art of Editing. The panelists: Clyde Arrington of ABC News, Larry Law of Larry Ink, Ltd., and Larry Sindass of WUSA–TV, are UDC alumni and award-winning video editors. The event is open to students, faculty… Continue Reading The Art of Editing – Feb. 27, 2019 @ 6pm

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Feb
12

CAS Biology Program and the SEAS Receive National Science Foundation S-STEM Program (NSFDUE/S-STEM) Grant

UDC College of Arts and Sciences Biology Program and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Receive National Science Foundation S-STEM Program (NSFDUE/S-STEM) Grant. The UDC College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have received a research grant of $989,475 from the National Science Foundation S-STEM Program (NSFDUE/S-STEM). This funding… Continue Reading CAS Biology Program and the SEAS Receive National Science Foundation S-STEM Program (NSFDUE/S-STEM) Grant

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Feb
01

2019 UDC Commencement Speaker – Congresswoman Maxine Waters makes history as first Black, first woman to chair House Financial Services Committee

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