When Avery* took a sociology class her freshman year at UNC-Chapel Hill, she was interested in the subject matter—but she found herself way more interested in the cute TA who taught it.
P., BA '09 '10, began serving as UD's newest campus chaplain, where more than 75 percent of the student body identify as Catholic, as well as rector of the Church of the Incarnation.
Given the many rules on colleges about relationships between teachers and students, this can be a bit tricky.
But, if you play your cards right during the semester, you can get your professor interested, learn a little more about him or her, and start a relationship with an educated professional.
Encouraged to experiment with a variety of abstract, dimensional and representational forms, students in the printmaking program develop skills in diverse techniques and with assorted materials as they address the relationship between form and content.
Discover Printmaking at UD After high school, Maria Zambrana wanted to explore her roots — an exploration that took her to Spain, where her great-grandparents hailed from, and to the Universidad de Navarra, where she studied in the international foundation program, learning about Spanish culture, including the history and language, and how to immerse herself in it.