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May
28

Congratulations to Dr. Ozlem Dilek

Congratulations to Dr. Ozlem Dilek Dr. Ozlem Dilek Selected for highly competitive American Society for Cell Biology Accomplishing Career Transitioning program Dr. Ozlem Dilek, Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the Division of Sciences and Mathematics, has been selected for the highly competitive ASCB (American Society for Cell Biology) ACT (Accomplishing Career Transitioning) Cohort 2-year program. ASCB-ACT is a… Congratulations to Dr. Ozlem Dilek
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Mar
31

2021 Social Work Symposium – April 30, 2021

Race, Gender, and COVID 19 Implications for Social Work Practice Covid-19 has been referred to as the “equalizer” although recent data suggests otherwise. The existing inequalities in employment, housing, healthcare, and economics have been amplified and women of color are disproportionately impacted by these realities. Women of color are most likely to be impacted by… 2021 Social Work Symposium – April 30, 2021
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Mar
22

Chemistry Lecture Series | Dr. Brittany Butler | March 24 @ 2:00 pm

Chemistry Lecture Series | Dr. Brittany Butler | March 24 @ 2:00 pm Please join us on Wednesday, March 24, at 2:00 pm, for the next presentation in the Chemistry Speaker Series: “Lab to Law,” featuring Dr. Brittany Butler, Contracts Manager at Atomwise Inc. Atomwise is a Bay Area-based biotech company that utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning… Chemistry Lecture Series | Dr. Brittany Butler | March 24 @ 2:00 pm

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Mar
11

UDC’s College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Program in Homeland Security ranked 47th on the list of best master’s programs in the nation by Intelligent.com.

UDC’s College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Program in Homeland Security ranked 47th UDC’s College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Program in Homeland Security ranked 47th on the list of best master's programs in the nation by Intelligent.com.  Congratulations Professor Cotina Lane Pixley, Professor Anthony Mazza, Dr. Andrea Adams, and Dr. Angelyn Spaulding Flowers for their hard work… UDC’s College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Program in Homeland Security ranked 47th on the list of best master’s programs in the nation by Intelligent.com.
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Jan
27

CAS Community of Care Initiative

Dear Colleagues, Our first CAS Community Care Initiative (CAS Co-Care) session, intended for all of the University-wide community, will take place on Wednesday, January 27 @ 5:45pm.  Please join this virtual space where all are invited for an evening of poetry, music, movement and other practices led by your CAS family!  Also, take a preview of upcoming CAS… CAS Community of Care Initiative
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Jan
25

UDC & Community Family Life Services| Candid Parenting Conversations….1-28-21

UDC & Community Family Life Services| Candid Parenting Conversations….     Please join the Community Family Life Services (CFLS) and the University of the District of Columbia faculty for the next series of Candid Parenting Conversations. This series of parenting conversations address the needs of our families and children, as they navigate the age of COVID-19 and… UDC & Community Family Life Services| Candid Parenting Conversations….1-28-21

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Jan
25

Psi Chi Induction – Spring 2020 & Spring 2021

Psi Chi Induction Psi Chi members and advisor (Dhymsy Vixamar-Owens), joined by faculty (Benson Cooke, Afiya Fredericks, Kelli Hill, and Afiya Mbilishaka), CAS Dean, April Massey, and DSBS Chair, Guy Shroyer, honored 11 scholars of the Spring 2020 and Spring 2021 induction cohorts. Inductees included Nethmi Amarasinghe, Diana Atenco-Gonzalez, Geraldine Bolden (not pictured), Breanna Champion,… Psi Chi Induction – Spring 2020 & Spring 2021

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Jan
25

Dr. Craig Wynne, recently published his essay collection – 2021

New Essay Collection Dr. Craig Wynne, recently published his essay collection, Preserving Emotion in Student Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy, through Peter Lang.  This essay contains theories and pedagogical strategies on integrating emotion into writing instruction: https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/72873 Dr. Craig Wynne is an Associate Professor of English in the Division of Arts and Humanities. His areas of expertise are Composition… Dr. Craig Wynne, recently published his essay collection – 2021

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Jan
22

UDC/CAS Chemistry Speaker Series | Wednesday, January 27 @ 2PM | Dr. Vernon K. Dunn

UDC/CAS Chemistry Speaker Series |Wednesday, January 27 @ 2PM | Dr. Vernon K. Dunn Please join us on Wednesday, January 27, at 2:00 pm for the next Chemistry Speaker Series presentation, “The Journey >>>The End,” featuring Dr. Vernon K. Dunn Jr., Program Officer, U.S. Science and Innovation Policy, Division of Policy and Global Affairs.  Please share this… UDC/CAS Chemistry Speaker Series | Wednesday, January 27 @ 2PM | Dr. Vernon K. Dunn

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Jan
21

CAS Fluid & Dynamic | Liberatory Education: UnMasking Apartheids Pedagogical Plunder | Professor Essack Mohammed

Dear Colleagues, Please join us Friday, January 22, 2021 at Noon for our first spring presentation. Professor Essack Mohammed, Visiting Clinical Instructor for Adult Education, in the Division of Education, Health, and Social Work, will be our guest speaker. Please share, and join us for an informative discussion on Liberatory Education: UnMasking Apartheids Pedagogical Plunder. Join from the… CAS Fluid & Dynamic | Liberatory Education: UnMasking Apartheids Pedagogical Plunder | Professor Essack Mohammed

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