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Dean John Pelesko recently penned a letter to the University of Delaware College of Arts and Sciences welcoming a diverse group of new professors to our university community. He acknowledged new leadership in the College, welcomed new chairs and directors and thanked the staff for supporting the mission of the College of Arts and Sciences and our University during this challenging chapter in UD's history. Dean Pelesko shared how he turns to our own John Munroe and his excellent history of the University of Delaware for a look back to other challenging chapters in our history where the future felt uncertain and overwhelming, specifically the chapters that cover UD during the second world war.
Take a moment to read Dean Pelesko's letter and look through the welcome booklet to learn more about our newest professors in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Department of History welcomes two professors this year, Associate Professor and Director of Museum Studies Ken Cohen and Assistant Professor Sonia Robles.
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An Abridged History of UD, by History professor Jonathan Russ
Beneath Thy Guiding Hand: A History of Women at the University of Delaware, by History professor emerita Carol Hoffecker
Delaware College part of the Votes for Delaware Women Centennial Exhibition, curated by History professor emerita Anne Boylan and hosted by UD Library, Museums and Press Online Exhibitions
The University of Delaware: A History, by History professor emeritus John Munroe
UD Women's College Celebratory Blog, by The Material Culture Living Learning Community
Knowledge is the light of the mind.
University of Delaware motto