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Under a grant from the William Penn Foundation, The Nature Conservancy in Delaware (TNC) and the University of Delaware’s Water Resources Agency (WRA) are conducting a feasibility study on the implementation of a “water fund” for the Brandywine-Christina watershed. Read more on UDaily...
A series of talks this spring will examine "Contemporary Issues in Public Administration," as part of a SPPA course run by Ed Freel. The talks, which are free and open to the public, will be held on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. in Room 127 of Memorial Hall on the campus. Get more details on dates and speakers here...
Thanks to an interdisciplinary class and a new registered student organization (RSO), UD again has an exhibit at this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show, which runs through March 9 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The exhibit takes on an ecological theme, specifically the key role of American shad, a fish that once held a prominent place in the Brandywine River but has seen a drastic population decline. Read more on UDaily...