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Dec
10

Professor Dr. Brandy Huderson was a panelist on NSB Panel on K-12 Education

Professor Dr. Brandy Huderson was a panelist on NSB Panel on K-12 Education Click here to view the panel.
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Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)

Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) FULLY ACCREDITED PROGRAM The Division of Education at The University of the District of Columbia is fully accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) for initial teacher preparation programs. The accreditation of initial programs under CAEP approval includes Early Childhood Education (PK-3), Elementary… Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)
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Oct
13

CaribNation TV Show presented by Professor Paul Nehru Tennassee featuring UDC Alums and Students

CaribNation TV Show presented by Professor Paul Nehru Tennassee featuring UDC Alums and Students Watch this powerful CaribNation TV Show Is America turning its back on Haitian Migrants about Haitians at the U.S. Border. This discussion is presented by UDC Political Science & Criminal Justice Studies Professor Paul Nehru Tennassee and featured UDC Students Jessica Parker and Tracey Lucas, Administration of Justice majors, Fluery Dakota and Gina Scales-Johnson Political Science majors, and Joella Roberts, Business major and Founder… CaribNation TV Show presented by Professor Paul Nehru Tennassee featuring UDC Alums and Students
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Aug
04

University of District of Columbia faculty Awarded AAUW American Fellowship

University of District of Columbia faculty Awarded AAUW American Fellowship Program aims to tackle barriers women face in education  WASHINGTON — The American Association of University Women (AAUW) has awarded its 2020–21 American Fellowship to Dr. Dhymsy Z. Vixamar-Owens. Dr. Vixamar-Owens is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of the District of Columbia.… University of District of Columbia faculty Awarded AAUW American Fellowship
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UDC Student Wins NIH-Sponsored Minority Student STEM Competition

UDC Student Wins NIH-Sponsored Minority Student STEM Competition University of the District of Columbia student Leslie DeJesus named 2nd place undergraduate winner at the Minority Student Research Symposium The University of the District of Columbia is proud to announce that Political Science student Leslie DeJesus is the 2nd place undergraduate winner of the Minority Student… UDC Student Wins NIH-Sponsored Minority Student STEM Competition
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Jun
15

Dr. Ozlem Dilek Presented at the American Chemical Society (ACS)-MARM 2021 Conference

Dr. Ozlem Dilek Presented at the American Chemical Society (ACS)-MARM 2021 Conference Dr. Ozlem Dilek, Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the Division of Sciences and Mathematics, presented at the American Chemical Society (ACS)-MARM 2021 Conference on June 9-12, 2021 at the University of Delaware. Dr. Ozlem Dilek’s research was on “ Fluorescent probe design for targeting and… Dr. Ozlem Dilek Presented at the American Chemical Society (ACS)-MARM 2021 Conference
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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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