Delaware to the World: Dover, Del.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Delaware to the World: Dover

UD faculty is bringing to you a variety of intriguing, groundbreaking topics of interest to every Blue Hen! Join us for these TED Talk-style interactive sessions whose topics range from the impact of sports head injuries, oil and peace to how babies learn to talk. The cost for each evening is $20 and includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine.

Faculty and Topics:

Dover: Tuesday, April 16 | 5:30 p.m. | Maple Dale Country Club

  • NANOMEDICINE: TINY TOOLS FOR BIG CHANGES IN CANCER CARE
    Emily Day
    Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
    From the lab to the clinic, research of the smallest materials is having a big impact on the way we study and treat cancer.
  • TRUE OR FALSE: WHAT IS FAKE NEWS?
    Lindsay Hoffman
    Associate Professor, Communication, Associate Director, Center for Political Communication, and Director, National Agenda Series
    How to tell if online news is fake, ways to stop spreading it and what effects it has on the public.
  • BIG SENTENCES FOR LITTLE KIDS: STRETCHING VOCABULARY
    Amanda Owen Van Horne
    Associate Professor, Communication Sciences & Disorders
    Changing the way teachers speak to children can lead to improvements in children’s language learning and skills.

And don't miss Delaware to the World in Bridgeville on Tuesday, April 30!

For more information about all Delaware to the World events, speakers and topics and to register, visit Delaware to the World.

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