Summer slumber has come to an end as UD students begin their first day of fall classes today. With classes now in session, we decided to investigate which courses are some of the most popular picks for students this semester.+ Read More
SPUD events and activities are planned by students for students! SPUD is lead by the Director in Charge of Programming and is made up of a SPUD Board of Committee Chairs as well as VIPs (Volunteers in Programming).
SPUD is always looking for excited, energetic students who want to make a difference at UD and help create a dynamic, creative environment that meets the needs of our students. We are looking for people who love to plan the party, figure out how to make it work, and enjoy the smiles on the faces of the hundreds of people that come in contact with your event.
The SPUD Board for the following year is chosen at the end of the spring semester. SPUD Board positions are stipend-paid. Stop by the SALC for more information about the 2015-2016 SPUD Board applications!
SPUD is lead by the Director in Charge of Programming and is made up of a SPUD Board of Committee Chairs as well as VIPs (Volunteers in Programming)!
The SPUD Board members can't do it all on their own-- they rely heavily on the Volunteers in Programming, or VIPs, who assist with getting events going through brainstorming in committees, getting the word out through publicity production and the Stall Street team, hospitality for speakers and bands, and set up/clean up with sound and other equipment or decorations.
VIPs are able to earn SPUD Points for every hour they work. SPUD Points can get you Capp Bar Cards, VIP T-shirts, SPUD event T-shirts and giveaways, gift cards, and even free admission to some of SPUD's biggest events like Groundhog and Spring Formal!
This past summer, senior Nicholas Terranova, BS '18, spent 11 weeks running and processing magnetic simulations at the National Institute for Standards in Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Maryland, as part of his Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) internship.+ Read More
The university's largest freshman class in history, with more than 420 students, moved in Friday, Aug. 18, greeted by orientation leaders, resident assistants, faculty and staff.+ Read More