News & Events
Join Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic (CCMA) and UDC for a two-day virtual workshop examining curriculum, activities and assessment for Intercultural Competency.
Dr. Amanda Huron, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences awarded grant from Humanities Council of Washington, DC (HumanitiesDC) for project Black Land Loss in Washington: Memories of the Past, Hopes for the Future.
UDC Professors authors of new book – Twenty Years of School-based Mass Shootings in the United States: Columbine to Santa Fe
UDC Psychology Professor, Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka, a nationally recognized expert on the psychology of racism, is featured on GMA
Picture of the Week – DiL Herstory cohort digs deep
Bowen Center – Opening Day Conference – 10-2-20
UDC’s Allyn Johnson joins Foundation for the Advancement of Music and Education (FAME)
The UDC Community Remembers Kenneth Baldwin, 2020 graduate of the Rehabilitation Counseling Program
Teacher.org Names the University of the District of Columbia Among the Best Value EPPs Offering ITP Master’s Programs
CAS Honors: A Celebration of Excellence
Embracing Diversity & Building Intercultural Competencies – Workshop
Dr. Kimberly Crews, Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, and Assistant Director of the General Education Program was recently featured in the online news, Patch.com (2/10/20)
Faculty Recital: Johnny Butler III and Dr. Lean Claiborne
UDC Professor Dr. Michelle Chatman | Healing the Harm in Schools | TEDxUStreetWomen
UDC Professor to speak at Conference
Division of Sciences and Mathematics Annual Math & Science Gift Store
UDC Graduate Education is alive and thriving!
Dr. Leah Claiborne, Assistant Professor of Music Awarded “Father Eugène Merlet Award for Community Service”
Dr. Mathilde Knight recognized by the Women of Color Magazine
Arts and Humanities Professor Frida Larios, co-creates Tree Codex: Mural-making as a cultural collective
CAS Reads Big – Oct. 29, 2019 – Dr. Bart Landry
Art and Humanities Professor Davide Prete and his students Capitol View Library public sculpture “Freedom to Read” has been installed at the Capitol View Library in Washington DC.
UDC Class visits Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute
Professor Jorhena Thomas, elected as the new Vice-President of the International Association for Intelligence Education, (Washington, DC Chapter)
Maker Technology and Art Event
UDC Education Unit Celebrates CAEP Accreditation Award
CAS Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community Partners Shine at Annual Honors Convocation
Art and Humanities Professor Davide Prete and his students were selected for the Capitol View Library Sculpture Project entitled “Freedom to Read”
UDC Math Club Post Pi Day – March 22, 2019 @ 12pm
The UDC Speech-Language Pathology Program hosts “Tea With A Twist”
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.
STEM Luncheon – Monday, January 28, 2019 @ 12pm – Second STEM Luncheon featuring Dr. Marguerite Matthews, Biomedical Workforce Analyst & Diversity Inclusion Advocate
Professor Iwan Bagus – Contemporary Photography and the Art of Storytelling photography exhibition
Annual Math-Science Gift Store
UDC Participates in the UNITY’18 Ronald W. Walters National Election Day Command Center (RWCC)
Dr. Arlene King-Berry receives award from Quality Trust Organization
Model G20 Summit – UDC Delegation
10/5/18 – Professor Judith Korey featured author
Dean Massey was recently featured in the online editorial Diverse Issues in Higher Education (8/28/18)
MS in Speech-Language Pathology at UDC Named one of the Best for 2018!
Take on the World – UDC Speech-Language Pathology Student Challenges a Professional Association and Nation
2018 Wye Faculty Seminar Citizenship in the American and Global Polity: An Interdisciplinary Seminar for College and University Faculty – Dr. Brandy Huderson
HEARMELEAD Bus Boys and Poets Performance – May 4, 2018
Veronika Danner awarded the Dr. Thomas G. Roberts Scholarship
General Education Program wins the Association for General and Liberal Studies (AGLS) Campus on the Move Award
Faculty Workshop April 27, 2018 – Moving from Service Learning to Community Engagement
11th Annual Conference of the Mindfulness in Education Network (MiEN)
Free Preparation Workshops and Tutorials – Praxis® Core Academic Skills for Educators (Core) Tests – Deadline to apply – Tuesday, March 6, 2018 @ 6:00 p.m.
UDC student Betty Entzminger sang the National Anthem at this year’s Safeway Feast of Sharing at the National Convention on Wednesday, November 22, 2017
UDC STEM Center Students present their research at the 2017 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS)
UDC Students including those from Civics Course Lobby Congress for a Clean Dreamers Act on behalf of DREAMERS
Sigma Tau Delta are participating in the “Words with Children” gift drive
UDC student Betty Entzminger featured as “Faces of DC” in the Washington Post
Psychology/Biology major Heather McNeil shares her story with the audience at TMCF’s 30th Anniversary Awards Gala
Speech-Language Pathology Program & NSSHLA donate to families in need in Puerto Rico
Dr. Jerome Hunt interviews with British Columbia’s Global News: BC1
NPR reporter, Sam Sanders, recently sat in on an Introduction to American Government class. Listen here
UDC Ranked #1 Top Value Counseling Master’s Degrees in Washington, D.C.
First Annual Youth Art Showcase Featuring the “DC Ward Story Collection”
UDC Student Poets @ Bus Boys & Poets – May 2, 2016
Honors Convocation – April 27, 2016
Undergraduate Research Day – April 21, 2016
Art Show – Art by Washington DC High School Students Feb 4 – 25, 2016
Dec. 2, 2015 Slavery v. Liberty: The History & Relevance of the Thirteenth Amendment @ 150
Nov 17, 2015 – CAS Reads Big Presents Author David Nicholson
November 9, 2015 CAS & General Education Program, host GOD panel: 7:00-9:00 pm, Auditorium in Building 41/A03
Senior Graphic Design/Art major, Brittany Cunningham (aka, Danni C) is featured in the Washington Post.
September 30th – Registration Open for CAS Reads Big featuring author Tony Lewis Jr.
September 9th – September 30th: “Tesserae: Form & Function,” featuring new art by Art Program alumni Alanzo Robles-Gordon.
October 2nd – 4:30 – 7:30 PM, “Meet, Greet, & Eat” gathering for current English majors and faculty (Windows Lounge, Building 38, 2nd floor)
October 13th – November 2nd: “Wall/Paper,” featuring new art by Art Program faculty member Teresa Roberts Logan
October 28th – Save the Date CAS Reads Big and UDC David A. Clarke School of Law presents Lecture & Talk (author Bryan Stevenson, Just Mercy & The Annual Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. Lecture)
November 4th – December 4th: “DC Photo Week,” photography work by UDC Art Program students and students from AU’s Photography program
November 17th Save the Date CAS Reads Big featuring author David Nicholson, Flying Home: Seven Stories of the Secret City