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Sep
27

Associate dean of CAUSES attends roundtable hosted by White House Council on Environmental Quality

Home » Announcement 2 Associate dean of CAUSES attends roundtable hosted by White House Council on Environmental Quality     Left photo, center of table: CAUSES Associate Dean Dr. Ricardo Brown, CEQ Chair Brenda Mallory and Second Gentleman Douglass Emhoff with local leaders at the roundtable discussion on September 23. Right photo: Dr. Stella Ayika, Second [...]
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Sep
14

Amazon and UDC work together to diversify STEM opportunities

Twenty-five UDC students interested in technical careers related to software engineering, computer engineering and design are participating in the AmazonNext Scholars program. AmazonNext expands pathways for Black and Latinx students into STEM careers to provide technical skill-building for freshman, sophomore and community college transfer students. For more information about the program…

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Aug
29

Women’s tennis team player selected as East Coast Conference nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year Award

Simoné Pärn, a UDC graduate student in biology from Pärnu, Estonia, has been selected as one of two nominees to represent the East Coast Conference (ECC), advancing in the NCAA Woman of the Year process. Pärn is one of 151 student-athletes in the country chosen to represent their conferences.

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Aug
16

2022 Fall Academic Forum: ‘Taking Stock and Moving Forward’

Home » Announcement 2 2022 Fall Academic Forum: ‘Taking Stock and Moving Forward’ On August 16 and 17, UDC faculty were welcomed back to campus and kicked off the fall semester by participating in two days of professional development during the 2022 Fall Academic Forum at the Van Ness Campus Theater of the Arts. Watch [...]
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Aug
01

Future Firebirds from Genesys Works tour the campus

Top scholars and interns from Genesys Works had a UDC Van Ness campus tour on July 25, meeting with Dr. William Latham, chief student development and success officer, Nailah Williams, interim associate vice president for Enrollment Services and Latosha Baldwin, acting assistant vice president of Student Success.

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Jul
06

Norton Secures Over $21 Million for D.C. Organizations in House Appropriations Bills

Home » Announcement 2 Norton Secures Over $21 Million for D.C. Organizations in House Appropriations Bills Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) has secured over $21 million in Community Project Funding for District of Columbia organizations in the House’s fiscal year 2023 appropriations bills. The University of the District of Columbia will be allocated $1 million [...]
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