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Apr
22

CAS Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community Partners Shine at Annual Honors Convocation

CAS Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community Partners Shine at Annual Honors Convocation The College of Arts and Sciences honored more than 387 students, faculty, staff, and community partners at its annual Honors Convocation on Thursday, April 18 in the University’s main auditorium. President Mason and Alumni Affairs Director, Ms. Alexandra Washington, joined Dean Massey and the… CAS Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community Partners Shine at Annual Honors Convocation

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Apr
18

UDC Women Enjoy a Retreat for Faculty Women of Color at Virginia Tech

UDC Women Enjoy a Retreat for Faculty Women of Color at Virginia Tech Dean Massey, Dr. Sandra Jowers-Barber, and five early career faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences attended the 7th Annual Faculty Women of Color in the Academy Conference at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg April 11-12.… UDC Women Enjoy a Retreat for Faculty Women of Color at Virginia Tech
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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… 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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Mar
20

UDC Math Club Post Pi Day – Friday March 22 @ Noon

UDC Math Club Post Pi Day March 22, 2019 12pm – Registration (B01 level, near elevator Bldg 32/42) 12:20pm – Welcome reception (Pizza is served!) 12:40pm – Scavenger Hunt Part I (search for Pi value clues) 1pm – Concurrent presentations Session 1: Abdi Darai – Fractals: The Art of Mathematics Kim Barnette – Careers and… UDC Math Club Post Pi Day – Friday March 22 @ Noon

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Mar
19

The UDC Speech-Language Pathology Program hosts “Tea With A Twist”

The UDC Speech-Language Pathology Program hosts "Tea With A Twist" On March 2, 2019, the Speech-Language Pathology Program of the Division of Education, Health, and Social Work, hosted "Tea With A Twist," a tea with a bit of a surprise to afford students an impromptu break in the midst of the midterm season and promote a culture… The UDC Speech-Language Pathology Program hosts “Tea With A Twist”
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Feb
13

Mathematically Gifted & Black Black History Month 2019 Honoree Presented to Dr. Leona A. Harris

Mathematically Gifted & Black Black History Month 2019 Honoree Presented to Dr. Leona A. Harris   Dr. Leona Harris is the Division Chair and Associate Professor of Mathematics in the Division of Sciences and Mathematics at the University of the District of Columbia. Dr. Harris was selected as the 2019 Honoree on the Mathematically Gifted… Mathematically Gifted & Black Black History Month 2019 Honoree Presented to Dr. Leona A. Harris
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Feb
12

The Art of Editing – Feb 27, 2019 @ 6pm – Bldg 38, Rm B04

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… The Art of Editing – Feb 27, 2019 @ 6pm – Bldg 38, Rm B04

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Feb
12

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.

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… 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.

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Jan
09

STEM Luncheon

STEM Luncheon Please join us on Monday, January 28 at 12pm on the UDC Van Ness Campus, Student Center, Ballroom B for the second STEM Luncheon featuring Dr. Marguerite Matthews, Biomedical Workforce Analyst & Diversity Inclusion Advocate As part of the National Science Foundation HBCU-UP Broadening Participation Research Project (Award #1717082), we are pleased to… STEM Luncheon
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Jan
02

Professor Iwan Bagus – Contemporary Photography and the Art of Storytelling photography exhibition

Professor Iwan Bagus Contemporary Photography and the Art of Storytelling photography exhibition was chosen as one of the five best photo exhibits of 2018 by the City Paper. Art critic Louis Jacobson puts it up there with the Sally Mann exhibition at the National Gallery. This exhibit also received a wonderful review from the art critic, Mark Jenkins… Professor Iwan Bagus – Contemporary Photography and the Art of Storytelling photography exhibition

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