An analog answer
UD students involved in Project Shotblock are seeking crowdfunding to bring a new webcam blocker to market.
Lerner to nationals
Five UD students will compete in the PwC tax competition national finals in Washington, D.C., in January 2014.
The Entrepreneurship Club and the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship have announced Udwell the winner of the Pitch Party competition.
UD students participated in a 24-hour coding competition as part of an international technology initiative of JPMorgan Chase.
Bank At School
The Bank At School program teaches students about the importance of saving money by pairing schools with local banks and helping kids open savings accounts within their school buildings.
Dec. 6: 'Consumer Analytics'
The Institute for Financial Services Analytics in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics will hold a conference titled "Consumer Analytics and Industry Applications" on Friday, Dec. 6.
Alex Brown and Anuradha Sivaraman use Twitter to get students to participate and keep class discussions contemporary.
In honor of Global Entrepreneurship Week being marked Nov.18-24, and in spirit of the upcoming holidays, the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship asked young entrepreneurs what they are thankful for.
As schools' resources for extracurricular activities dwindle, a start-up seeks to create a physical learning environment that fosters skills needed for a 21st century workforce.
Lessons from Lauder
William P. Lauder, executive chairman of The Estee Lauder Companies, was the featured speaker in the Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance speaker series.
Exploring auditor bias
Jennifer R. Joe, the first Whitney Family Endowed Chair in Accounting, delivered the inaugural Whitney Family Chair Lecture on Oct. 21.
Nov. 1-22: Brain food
The UD Entrepreneurship Club, in collaboration with the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship, will present Free Lunch Friday speakers throughout November.
Nov. 15: Pitch Party
Students will be challenged to voice their startup ideas during the fall semester pitch competition hosted by the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship.
J.W. (Bill) Marriott Jr., with daughter Debbie Marriott Harrison, delivered the 2013-14 Chaplin Tyler Executive Leadership Series lecture on the global lodging company's history and five keys that led to Marriott's success.
The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship is accepting applications for the Startup eXperience, open to UD students interested in learning how to bring new ideas to the marketplace.
The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship announces the 2014 Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs.
The Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management hosted alumni in the classroom and held a gala dinner and networking events to celebrate more than two decades of hospitality education.
iDEA Fan Deck
Working through OEIP's Spin In program with an interdisciplinary student team, UD faculty members were able to turn their physical iDEA Fan Deck into an iPhone app.
Improve English skills
UD's English Language Institute is now enrolling students in its nine-week, semi-intensive evening program, to be held Nov. 13 to Feb. 3, 2014.
UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship joined with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute to deliver a presentation on financial literacy.
Oct. 23: 'Meet the Marketers'
The Blue Hen Marketing Club will hold its annual "Meet the Marketers" career fair from 1-3:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 23, in the Trabant University Center.
Oct. 16: E-Club photo shoot
The Entrepreneurship Club will host a photo shoot for University of Delaware students to obtain professional pictures for use on professional social networks.
Clinton Global Initiative
UD's Institute for Global Studies invites UD students to submit proposals to participate in the CGI U annual conference, focusing on creating innovative solutions to the world's most difficult challenges.
Oct. 11: Area Studies Fair
The second Area Studies Fair, hosted by the Center for Area and Global Studies, features global scholarship opportunities, cultural presentations, food and fun.
A team of Lerner College students has won second place in the International Student Team Competition hosted by APICS.
John O'Connor, a Bank of America volunteer, discussed the ins and outs of credit with UD First Year Experience students during a recent session.
Free Lunch Fridays, presented by the UD Entrepreneurship Club in collaboration with the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship, will continue this month.
Oct. 21: Inaugural lecture
Jennifer R. Joe, the first Whitney Family Endowed Chair in Accounting and professor in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, will deliver an inaugural lecture on Oct. 21.
Oct. 24: Tyler Lecture
J.W. Marriott Jr., executive chairman and chairman of the board of Marriott International, will deliver a lecture Oct. 24 as part of UD's Chaplin Tyler Executive Leadership Series.
Oct. 22: Governance events
The John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance will host two events Oct. 22, including a speaker series presentation featuring William Lauder, executive chairman of the Estee Lauder Companies Inc., and a panel on "The Role of the Outside Director in the Controlled Corporation."
Lawrence F. Probst III, chairman of the U.S. Olympic Committee and a University of Delaware alumnus, has been elected as a member of the International Olympic Committee.
UD students are invited to apply to the Delaware Code for Good Challenge, with an application deadline of Sept. 29.
Sept. 20: Free Lunch Friday
The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware will offer an informative Free Lunch Friday at 12:15 p.m., Friday, Sept. 20, in the Lerner Hall Atrium.
Charles Elson, director of UD's John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, was recently named in the annual Directorship 100 list.
Carlos Asarta has been appointed director of the UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship
Lerner web redesign
The Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics has unveiled its redesigned website.
Students guess host city
This weekend, the International Olympic Committee will select the 2020 Summer Olympic Games host city from the three candidate cities of Istanbul, Madrid and Tokyo. Students at UD believe it will be Tokyo.
- Sept 26 - Fall Career Fair
- Oct. 22 - Last day to change registration or to withdraw from courses without academic penalty
- Oct. 24 - Fall 2013 Chaplin Tyler Lecture
- Oct. 28 - Registration for Winter 2014 semester begins
- Nov. 14 - Registration for Spring 2014 semester begins
- Nov. 25 - Deadline for receipt of Master's thesis for degrees conferred in December 2013
- Nov. 26 - Thanksgiving Break begins after last class
- Dec. 2 - Classes resume
- Dec. 2 - Deadline for Graduate admission applications for Spring 2014
- Dec. 2 - Deadline for filing application for Graduate degrees to be conferred in February 2014
- Dec. 4 - Last day of classes
- Dec. 5 - Reading Day, no exams scheduled
- Dec. 6 - Final exams begin
- Dec. 6 - Lerner Graduate Celebration, Lerner Atrium
- Dec. 7 - 8 - Reading Days, no exams scheduled
- Dec. 13 - Final exams