Moderator: Suzanne Burton, CAS Associate Dean for the Arts
"You can't help it. An artist's duty, as far as I'm concerned, is to reflect the times." ― Nina Simone
Speakers: Theatre, Hassan Al Amin – Music- Colin Miller, Dance, Lynnette Overby, Visual Arts, Colette Gaiter
A panel of University of Delaware arts and social change leaders will describe their work in a variety of art forms (theatre, dance, visual arts and music) created to promote self and societal understanding and move people to action. During their presentation they will share excerpts of their work and describe motivations and impact on audiences and participants.
Moderator: Jeffrey Richardson,
Speakers: Freeman Williams, Representative from the UD Library, Cami Seward (Coalition to Dismantle the New Jim Crow) email@example.com
The University of Delaware partners with various organizations in the Newark community, focusing on programs that enhance the long-term quality of life throughout Newark. CEI supports the UD-NAACP Partnership that focuses on improved collaborations in support of greater diversity and inclusion in the community and the University. A key function of the UD/NAACP partnership has been to preserve the
heritage of Newark’s African American community, its landmarks, its history and its contributions. Included in this work is the preservation of the history of the School Hill
community adjacent to the University of Delaware. CEI and the UD Library have worked with the NAACP and the Friends of School Hill to preserve the history of this community.
Save the date! Exact timing and agenda TBD.
- After you’ve been admitted to UD as an incoming first year student
- Once matriculated, rolling admissions until sophomore year