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Apr
05

UDC CAS Reads Big Lecture Series: Adam Harris, author of “The State Must Provide,” discusses book and racial inequality in higher education

UDC CAS Reads Big Lecture Series: Adam Harris, author of “The State Must Provide,” discusses book and racial inequality in higher education In conjunction with the UDC Board of Trustees, please join the College of Arts and Sciences for the CAS Reads Big spring 2022 lecture Thursday, April 7, from 6:30 to7:15 p.m. The featured author… Continue Reading UDC CAS Reads Big Lecture Series: Adam Harris, author of “The State Must Provide,” discusses book and racial inequality in higher education
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Mar
29

UDC CAS Reads Big Lecture Series: Adam Harris, author of “The State Must Provide,” discusses book and racial inequality in higher education

UDC CAS Reads Big Lecture Series: Adam Harris, author of “The State Must Provide,” discusses book and racial inequality in higher education In conjunction with the UDC Board of Trustees, please join the UDC College of Arts and Sciences for the CAS Reads Big spring 2022 lecture on Thursday, April 7, 6:30 – 7:15 p.m. The featured author is Adam… Continue Reading UDC CAS Reads Big Lecture Series: Adam Harris, author of “The State Must Provide,” discusses book and racial inequality in higher education
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Oct
08

UDC’S DR. FREDDIE DIXON HONORED SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9TH AT 7 PM EDT

UDC'S DR. FREDDIE DIXON HONORED SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9TH AT 7 PM EDT Dr. Freddie Dixon of UDC's College of the Arts & Sciences (CAS) was selected by the 2021 Women of Color (WoC) STEM Digital Conference Awards Committee for Educational Leadership at the college level. Professor Dixon will be honored for her efforts in STEM… Continue Reading UDC’S DR. FREDDIE DIXON HONORED SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9TH AT 7 PM EDT
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Sep
28

DACOR and University of the District of Columbia Sign Historic Global Studies Mentoring Partnership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Christine Skodon, Director of Communications and Programs DACOR Inc. 202.682.0500 ext. 17 clskodon@dacorbacon.org Erin Looney, UDC Media Relations University of the District of Columbia 202.274.5257/850.443.0455 erin.looney@udc.edu DACOR and University of the District of Columbia Sign Historic Global Studies Mentoring Partnership WASHINGTON – The presidents of two District of Columbia institutions signed a… Continue Reading DACOR and University of the District of Columbia Sign Historic Global Studies Mentoring Partnership
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Sep
08

Rigging History: The Untold Story of The Black Men Behind the Scenes as the Smithsonian’s Skull Crew, 1975 – 2000 – Sept. 9th @ 6pm

Dr. Michelle C. Chatman and The College of Arts and Sciences invite you to Rigging History: The Untold Story of The Black Men Behind the Scenes as the Smithsonian’s Skull Crew, 1975 – 2000 September 9, 2021 @ 6pm   Rigging History explores the significance of Black men's labor in the production of Washington, D.C., as… Continue Reading Rigging History: The Untold Story of The Black Men Behind the Scenes as the Smithsonian’s Skull Crew, 1975 – 2000 – Sept. 9th @ 6pm
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Jun
29

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… Continue Reading UDC Student Wins NIH-Sponsored Minority Student STEM Competition
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May
28

UDC Professor Selected for highly competitive American Society for Cell Biology Accomplishing Career Transitioning program

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… Continue Reading UDC Professor Selected for highly competitive American Society for Cell Biology Accomplishing Career Transitioning program
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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… Continue Reading 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

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 to Professor Cotina Lane Pixley, Professor Anthony Mazza, Dr. Andrea Adams, and Dr. Angelyn Spaulding Flowers for their… Continue Reading UDC’s College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Program in Homeland Security ranked 47th
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Oct
05

CCMA -UDC Virtual Workshop: Teaching Diversity October 9 and 16, 2020 | 10am to Noon

Join Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic (CCMA) and UDC for a two-day virtual workshop examining curriculum, activities and assessment for Intercultural Competency. Click to  Register Here
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