Active Minds at UD
Sydney Baker email@example.com
Active Minds is the nation’s only student-based mental health advocacy program on college campuses. Dedicated to eradicating the stigma associated with mental illness, Active Minds members work to promote awareness and understanding of the issues on campuses nationwide, and now, we have a chapter at the University of Delaware!
All you Knead is Love
Evan Greif firstname.lastname@example.org
The goals and objectives of this RSO are to raise as much money as possible to donate to the Children’s Hospital in order to better the lives of those in the hospital. In addition, we would love to create a warm, welcoming environment where students can come together with friends and make new friends along the way.
Alpha Phi Omega
Co-Ed Service Fraternity
Caroline Palmer email@example.com
Alpha Zeta continues to serve as a professional society for those interested in the fields of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
American Sign Language Club
Erin Curran firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sign Language Club will teach anyone who wants to learn how to sign on a basic level as well as a conversational level. Everyone is welcome to attend the meetings and learn, and relevant majors (such as disability minors) are encouraged to show up!
Appalachian Service Project
Jackie Brown email@example.com
Our mission is to provide college students the opportunity to understand how poverty affects those in Appalachia and in our own communities and the underlying causes. We hope that students will develop meaningful skills through service projects and apply it to their own communities.
Arnold Air Society
Danielle Callahan firstname.lastname@example.org
Arnold Air Society is a national professional, honorary and service organization founded in 1947 at the University of Cincinnati.
The Big Event
Jaime Renman email@example.com
The Big Event is a student-led day of service that works to unite the UD community and City of Newark
Blue Hens for Christ
Jordan Shuff firstname.lastname@example.org
We at Blue Hens for Christ are striving to create a come-as-you-are culture in the church. We recognize that we are all imperfect people, and we are all on a spiritual journey–a process of owning our faith.
Buddies for a Brighter Future
Kat Filiben email@example.com
We aim to provide friends/mentors to the children at the Early Learning Center.
Rebekah Schrier firstname.lastname@example.org
The buildOn community team at UD seeks to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, and low expectations through service and education. We work to better our campus, local, and global community through fundraising, service, and advocacy. Our community team members engage in weekly community service in Newark and surrounding area, fundraise $30,000 annually to fund primary schools in developing countries, and raise awareness about global education issues.
Chronic Illness Advocates
Rachel DeLauder email@example.com
Support group for those suffering with chronic illnesses or those who have someone close to them suffering. Provide basic understanding of illnesses, and hold fundraisers to help with treatment research.
Jacob Wasserman firstname.lastname@example.org
The College Democrats are a Registered Student Organization at the University of Delaware. The group was founded at UD in 1978 and serves as an affiliate chapter of the national College Democrats of America. We represent the youth of the Democratic Party.
CS+ Social Good
Sophia Freaney email@example.com
Our mission is to foster interest in applying technical knowledge and experience in ways that will help our community and promote technology as a means for positive social change.
Cultural Programming Advisory Board (CPAB)
Keynon Harris-Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cultural Programming Advisory Board, CPAB, formally known as the Minority Student Programming Advisory Board was founded in 1980 and its primary focus is to provide quality culturally enriched programs for black students. CPAB creates programs and activities that will positively impact the African-American campus community.
Deep Roots STEM Outreach
Justin Terr email@example.com
To engage prospective scientists and engineers through interactive service projects and increase STEM appreciation and interest among K-12 students.
Delaware African Student Association
Nana Marfo firstname.lastname@example.org
The Delaware African Student Association is an organization dedicated to celebrating and sharing African culture, as well as creating an awareness of the issues concerning the continent. We sponsor programs that foster discussion and provide a more realistic representation of African life.
Engineers Without Borders
Ashley Gold email@example.com
Engineers Without Borders-USA is a non-profit, humanitarian organization of dedicated and enthusiastic students and professionals who believe everyone should have access to adequate sanitation, safe drinking water and resources to meet their basic needs. Once identifying a problem, our chapter works closely with an international community and professional engineers to develop and implement a sustainable solution.
Episcopal Campus Ministry
Susan Zaccaria firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharing Christian Faith in the breadth of the Anglican Communion worldwide, as we serve the UD community.
Food and Culinary Club
Amanda Krieger email@example.com
For foodies, future cooks, or students just looking to learn some basic cooking skills, this club is for you! Our club provides you with food demonstrations before we give you the ingredients necessary to make a dish of your own with your new friends!
Gamma Sigma Sigma
Emily Young firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a community service organization here at the University of Delaware. Our mission is to promote a lifelong commitment to service and diversity, in an environment of unity and equality, while creating opportunities for growth.
Health Equity Club
Allison Michalowski email@example.com
The Health Equity Club hopes to improve public health through education, advocacy, and service in the surrounding communities. We will be working to change social determinants like nutrition, education, socioeconomic status, housing, infrastructure and more, so that everyone has the equal opportunity to have a healthy life.
Inter-Fraternity Council at UD
Allan Carlsen firstname.lastname@example.org
The Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for male social fraternities at the University of Delaware. It is responsible for maintaining the community amongst these chapters, programming, and enforcement of rules and regulations.
Kirsten Zier email@example.com
We create a positive atmosphere throughout the community by volunteering and holding events that generate acts of kindness & give back.
Make a Difference at UD
Kat Filiben firstname.lastname@example.org
Our goal is to increase children’s access to all aspects of a quality education both locally and internationally. We support our parent foundation: Make a Difference Children’s Foundation and focus more on the educational aspects of it’s mission statement. We have helped to organize book drives, school supplies drives, and have made cards for hospitalized children.
Sydney Clasen email@example.com
oSTEM envisions a world where all members of the LGBTQ+ community in STEM fields can pursue their work in a safe and supportive environment that celebrates their contributions and differences.
People for Puerto Rico
Jaeah Yoo firstname.lastname@example.org
Puerto Rico was hit by 2 major hurricanes during the summer of 2017, and the American government’s response was lackluster at best. Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States of America, and the people there are citizens of the US. “People for Puerto Rico” aims to provide relief for Americans by Americans.
Reviresco Chapter at UD
Matthew Daniels email@example.com
Reviresco Chapter at UD bridges the civilian-military divide by engaging, educating and empowering society to go beyond saying, “thank you for your service.”
Secondary Educators of Tomorrow
Ana Mellos firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of Secondary Educators of Tomorrow is to connect Secondary Education students cross-curricularly and provide a social environment for the community to grow into a group of thoughtful and driven teacher-candidates. We hope to do this through professional development, networking, and service that encourages heightened awareness of where students are on their journeys as teacher candidates at UD.
Student Association for the Education of Young Children
Laura Paragone email@example.com
Here at UD, we are a group of students who are interested in working with young children. This does not mean you have to be majoring in education or any related field to join us! Our organization aims to serve the children of our surrounding area through various volunteer opportunities. We are committed to helping families, charity organizations, and schools through teaching and mentoring children
Beth Trinker firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Delaware Alternative Break (UDaB) organization immerses student-led teams in direct service and experiential learning with community organizations to increase knowledge of social justice issues and encourage life-long active citizenship. UDaB programs consist of a weeklong experience to work with a community over winter or spring break. Each program has a focus area that ranges from the environment to domestic violence to disabilities and much more and involves significant education of such focus area(s) before, during, and after the alternative break.
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society
Isabel Navarro email@example.com
The Tau Beta Pi Association, Inc. was founded in 1885 to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their alma mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the field of engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges.
Bianca Mers firstname.lastname@example.org
Strong #likeagirl @ UD strives to empower the young women of the future. We hope to start this process with middle school girls through our after school program. Through various workshops and personal discussions, we strive to motivate these girls to learn and develop their sense of self and explore their true potential. While our primary focus is our middle school program, we also believe that college students need to be empowered from time to time and host several events on campus throughout the year to help college women come together and celebrate each other.