Over Memorial Day weekend, 362 students graduated from UD’s College of Education and Human Development, with undergraduate degrees, associate of arts, CLSC certifications, master’s degrees and doctorates
One alumni’s study abroad experience changed the trajectory of her career forever
Leadership on the Global Stage: A Semester in Tuscany
Tuesday, May 10
44 Kent Way
Safe Space Forum
Wednesday, May 4
227 Alison Hall
Kami Bond, HDFS alumna, returns to campus to talk about “Owning Your Career: One Deliberate Choice at a Time.”
Friday April 22| 3-4:30p, |220 Alison Hall
Project Search Education Career Fair (Prek-12)
Wednesday, April 20
Registration begins at 8am
*open to students and alumni!
Mike Adams was the featured speaker in the HDFS 2016 Outreach Colloquium.
“I truly love my job,” Ayers said. “I get to work with amazing, motivated, intelligent college students every day, providing programming around topics that are so necessary for them to become healthy adults. Seeing them grow up during their time here is such a pleasure. They change, grow, fail, succeed. It’s brilliant to watch.”