With a focus on painting, this exhibition showcases works from the Paul R. Jones Collection of African American Art alongside recent acquisitions. Using the wordsFresh and Paint playfully and reflexively, the selection calls attention to methods and materials as well as content and style. The most recent bequests on view are two streetscapes by renowned Delaware artist, Edward L. Loper Sr. (1916-2011).
Many of works on view date to the mid-...
Please join the Entrepreneurship Club each Friday afternoon to feed your brain with entrepreneurial knowledge. They have lined up a series of interesting entrepreneurs to share their wisdom and experiences with you. Each Friday they will bring one to campus to give a brief talk and then answer your questions.
Friday, March 14th
Sean Darras, UD Alum 2008
Owner & Founder of Luxtech
Free Lunch Friday will be held at the Venture...
The Cultural Programming Advisory Board (CPAB) is pleased to announce that J. Cole is the featured artist for their Annual Spring Concert this year! The concert will be held on Tuesday, April 22 at 8pm in the Bob Carpenter Center. Doors open at 7pm. VIEW FLYER HERE
Tickets for UD students cost $37 and will go on sale April 9 at UD Box offices. There is a limit of two tickets per UD ID.
If tickets remain following the sale to students,...
Leading China scholar Susan Shirk will speak on the topic "China's Challenges" during a University of Delaware Global Agenda Speaker Series presentation at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 26, in Mitchell Hall.
Shirk served under the Clinton Administration as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs with responsibility for China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Mongolia from 1997 to 2000.
Shirk is the Chair of...
Andrew WK is coming to the University of Delaware to play a concert in Bacchus Theater in Perkins Thursday April 24th with opener the Headies and other special guest!
Tickets are on sale now in the Trabant Box Office $10 for students and $15 for the general public. Concet begins at 7pm.
Whether waxing nostalgic or looking for the hottest new variety, you'll find an amazing array of hydrangeas, the featured plant, at the Botanic Gardens Plant Sale. A plethora of colors and sizes will meet every gardener's need. In addition to the hydrangeas, a prime selection of maples and iris anchor the wide range of additional shrubs, trees and perennials available, tempting even the space constrained to find a spot for a newly discovered...
Ag Day is an annual tradition held by the University of Delaware's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR).
On Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., visitors are encouraged to come interact with the agricultural world through hands-on educational exhibits and interactive demonstrations. There will be great food, children’s activities, and live music.
Also, CANR will celebrate the ribbon cutting for the UDairy Creamery,...
UDecree and Healthy HENS present to you Field Day on The Green.
Join us for a day filled with tug-of-war, tire flips, relays and more fun field day activities. Registration will take place on site at the event.
There will be a health fair too with information and resources helpful for UD students.
Journalist Michael Reid will speak on the topic "Latin America Today" during a University of Delaware Global Agenda Speaker Series presentation at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 30, in Mitchell Hall.
Reid is the Americas editor of The Economist. A writer specializing in development, international affairs, Latin & South America, and public policy, he is the author of the book Forgotten Continent: The Battle for Latin America's Soul.
It will be a day filled with family fun, food, and football Saturday, May 3 when the University of Delaware hosts Fandemonium V and the annual Blue-White Football Spring Game beginning at 10 a.m. at Delaware Stadium.
Always one of the most anticipated days of the year at the UD athletics complex, Fandemonium V will begin at 10 a.m. on the field in front of Delaware Stadium and last until 12 noon. The annual Blue-White Spring Game, under the...
The University Museums seeks to enhance the educational and scholarly mission of UD through the exhibition, online presentation, study, preservation and growth of its unique collections in 20th and 21st century American art, minerals and pre-Columbian ceramics.
Offering 21 intercollegiate athletic teams, UD’s Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services provides meaningful learning experiences with a robust program that supports a healthy and vibrant campus. Dare to be a Blue Hen.
The University of Delaware’s Resident Ensemble Players (REP) is composed of some of America’s most experienced and respected regional theatre actors and actresses. The REP offers a full season of shows, running from the fall to the spring.