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Archives for April, 2019

Apr
29

Time banks build economies — and communities — without the almighty dollar

‘I like giving the gift of time’: Time banks build economies — and communities — without the almighty dollar from  The Washington Post By Justin Wm. Moyer April 26 On a recent spring morning, Susan Alexander left her Maryland home, climbed into her Volkswagen Passat and drove about three miles to pick up two strangers. She… Continue Reading Time banks build economies — and communities — without the almighty dollar
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Apr
25

Let Your Voice Be Heard – April 26, 2019

Let Your Voice Be Heard On behalf of the College of Arts and Sciences and students in this year’s Hearmelead Program, we cordially invite you to the third annual performance of #hearmelead this Friday, April 26, 2019, at 6pm. This year’s culminating performance is scheduled at Busboys and Poets, at 14th and V Streets, NW. Please… Continue Reading Let Your Voice Be Heard – April 26, 2019

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Apr
23

UDC Professor Combines Passion for Math With Hip Hop

UDC Professor Combines Passion for Math With Hip Hop Dr. Peter Plourde, also known as Professor Lyrical, is combining education with his passion for rapping. He says he uses rap to explain math to his students at the University of the District of Columbia. News4's Nicole Jacobs reports. Click here to see more.
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Apr
22

2019 Student Elections

2019 Student Elections    

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Apr
19

UDC Scholar Lara Thompson receives Innovation Award

UDC Scholar Lara Thompson receives Innovation Award Dr. Lara Thompson (center), a scholar at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) was honored as an HBCU STEM Innovator at the annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) Conference. The HBCU STEM Innovation Awards are in their third year, and the ceremony was held...… Continue Reading UDC Scholar Lara Thompson receives Innovation Award
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Apr
18

(UDC) Verizon Innovative Learning (VIL) Free Program for Minority Males in Middle Schools (6th -8th Grade)

University of the District of Columbia (UDC) Verizon Innovative Learning (VIL) Free Program for Minority Males in Middle Schools (6th -8th Grade)   UDC VIL Program Information and Requirements: By 2020, 77% of the US jobs will require a technology skill-set, yet millions of students lack access to the technology and resources they need to help… Continue Reading (UDC) Verizon Innovative Learning (VIL) Free Program for Minority Males in Middle Schools (6th -8th Grade)
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Apr
18

Above & Beyond: the 2019 Annual Student Art Show – April 17, 2019 – May 7, 2019

Please join the UDC Art Program this evening, Wednesday, April 17th, 2019, for "Above & Beyond: the 2019 Annual Student Art Show." This juried art show is an exhibition of drawings, paintings, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and graphics created by UDC Art Program students. The opening reception is Wednesday evening, April 17th, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.… Continue Reading Above & Beyond: the 2019 Annual Student Art Show – April 17, 2019 – May 7, 2019
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Apr
01

Art and Humanities Professor Davide Prete and his students were selected for the Capitol View Library Sculpture Project entitled “Freedom to Read”

Art and Humanities Professor Davide Prete and his students were selected for the Capitol View Library Sculpture Project entitled “Freedom to Read” Mayor Bowser to Celebrate Modernization of Capitol View Library in Ward 7 https://mayor.dc.gov/release/mayor-bowser-celebrates-modernization-capitol-view-library-ward-7 (Washington, DC) Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser cut the ribbon on the modernized Capitol View Library in Ward 7. In addition to… Continue Reading Art and Humanities Professor Davide Prete and his students were selected for the Capitol View Library Sculpture Project entitled “Freedom to Read”

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