Community Assistance Research (CARe)

Community Assistance Research (CARE)

 

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CARE is a Community-Research Partnership that aims to improve the lives of low and middle income populations in the DFW area through evidence-based research. Building interdisciplinary, multi-institution, community-based collaborations is essential to this agenda. 

CARE is built upon a model of mentored student involvement with collaborating faculty and staff from diverse disciplines. Contact one of our collaborating faculty to find out more:

  • Dr. David Andrews (Math)
  • Dr. Tammy Leonard (Economics)
  • Dr. Carla Pezzia (Human and Social Sciences)
  • Dr. Stephanie Swales (Psychology)

 

 

 

News

Longtime Chemistry Professor Bids Farewell

During his 40-year tenure, Professor of Chemistry William "Bill" Hendrickson, Ph.D., most notably instructed the university's Organic Chemistry course sequence, teaching students the study of the organic molecular compounds found in all living things.

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Alumni Reimagine Education for Boys

Peter Searby, BA '01, feels that modern schools -- with a scarcity of opportunities for children to work with their hands and use their imaginations to explore their worlds -- are doing boys in particular a disservice. From this recognized deficiency, Searby conceived the idea for Riverside Center for Imaginative Learning. Also finding the education of boys to be a primary concern, Daniel Kerr, BA '03, opened St. Martin's Academy, a Catholic boys' boarding high school in Fort Scott, Kansas, in 2018.

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Crowley Trio: An Evening of Beauty

In an intimate gathering at the Museum of Biblical Art in February, UD celebrated the inaugural Crowley Chamber Trio Concert, "Music in the Museum," the first of three concerts that took place this spring. The opening performance rekindled the university's popular Crowley concerts, which first took breath more than two decades ago.

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