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1890 Land-Grant Universities: Freshman Seminar Presentation

Freshman Seminar Presentation
Dr. Carolyn Brooks, Executive Director 
Association of Research Directors
(1890 Land Grant Universities)
September 3, 11 a.m.
EH Theater, DSU Campus

DSU Celebrates 125!

5th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium

“Celebrating 125 Years of Access and Opportunity” 
5th Annual 
Graduate Student Research Symposium
School of Graduate Studies and Research

April 17, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

OIA Events

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Events Multimedia 2015 Chinese New Year (photos)    

Student Learning Outcomes

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Honors Program Student Learning Outcomes Student Learning Outcome I To provide talented and motivated students opportunities for intellectual growth and achievement, in small, challenging classes that encourage active intellectual participation, discussion and collaboration in the search for knowledge; Student Learning Outcome II To enhance student skills for analytical/critical thinking, logical examination and appraisal of ideas; Student Learning Outcome III To enhance student skills for problem solving and decision making; Student Learning Outcomes IV To enhance student skills for clear, precise, coherent and persuasive oral communication; Student Learning Outcome V To enhance student skills for clear, precise, coherent and persuasive written communication; Student Learning Outcome VI To engage students in the creative process of formulating a hypothesis, researching those problems and drawing conclusions that lead to either original classroom assignments or larger faculty-mentored research projects resulting in contributions of scholarly work to each student’s chosen field of study.   Honors Program Student Performance Outcomes Student Performance Outcomes I To prepare honors students through experience with department-based honors courses, interdisciplinary colloquia and seminars, and independent study and research to ensure its students academic success; Student Performance Outcomes II To prepare honors students through experience with department-based honors courses, interdisciplinary colloquia and seminars, and independent study and research to ensure its students academic success to ensure its students earn Honors Program Graduate Certification; Student Performance Outcomes III To prepare honors students through experience with department-based honors courses, interdisciplinary colloquia and seminars, and independent study and research to ensure its students academic success to prepare its students for graduate and professional schools.
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Honors Program Living-Learning Community application form.

 

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Delaware State University
Honors Program

1200 North DuPont Hwy.
MLK Jr., Student Center
Suite 325
Dover, DE 19901-2277
Phone: 302.857.7514
Fax:     302.857.7515
Email:  honors@desu.edu

Honors Program Living-Learning Community

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Pictured are 2013 Honors Program Graduates: Devon Sivels, ReShawn Johnson and Martha Gwengi.

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The Honors living-learning community is designed to integrate curricular and co-curricular experiences that supplement classroom learning and academic curricula. Within the honors community, honors students interact with faculty, residential staff, and student and adult leaders in the DSU community. Honors students participate in service to Delaware State University and the local Dover community.  Honors students are given the privilege of honors residential housing.  Additionally, honors students have membership in the Honors Students Association, where they are given the opportunity to participate in social and extra-curricular events.  
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Would you like to request additional information?

Please contact:
Delaware State University
Honors Program

1200 North DuPont Hwy.
MLK Jr., Student Center
Suite 325
Dover, DE 19901-2277
Phone: 302.857.7514
Fax:     302.857.7515
Email:  honors@desu.edu

 

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Click here for the Living-Learning Communities application form

Benefits of Membership

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Benefits of the DSU Honors Program Academic Learning Community courses Specialized Classes and Colloquia Smaller honors class sizes Cohort classes – Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and Senior courses/activities Scholarly, diverse, interdisciplinary, and social activities Mentoring and Advising Priority advising period Priority registration Honors faculty advising and mentoring Graduate school preparation Thesis preparation and defense preparation assistance Research/Internship On campus research opportunities Summer research experiences for undergraduates Opportunity to attend and present scholarly workshops and conferences Internship opportunities Study-abroad programs Recognition Honors Program Graduate designation on transcript Honors cord and sash to be worn with graduation regalia Merit scholarships through the University Support Network Inclusion in the Honors Program Living-Learning Community Membership in Honors Students Association Support network of honors students Continued support from program staff and faculty mentors Facilities Honors study lounge Honors student housing for Freshmen in the Honors Living-Learning Community    
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Honors Program Living-Learning Community application form.

 

Questions or Comments?


Would you like to request additional information?

Please contact:
Delaware State University
Honors Program

1200 North DuPont Hwy.
MLK Jr., Student Center
Suite 325
Dover, DE 19901-2277
Phone: 302.857.7514
Fax:     302.857.7515
Email:  honors@desu.edu

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