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The AAP hosted a full slate of engaging, thought-provoking guest speakers in the spring 2021 speaker series, “The Road from Here.” The series featured conversations with established professionals, academics, artists, and entrepreneurs about the paths they have taken, the issues that are important to them, and the value of lifelong learning. See below for more information and to watch the recorded presentations. Thanks to all the guest speakers and attendees who joined us for these illuminating discussions!
From Graduation to Google with John Burchett: An alumnus of Notre Dame and Harvard Law, Mr. Burchett is currently an attorney with Google, serving as head of public policy for Google Access and Google Fiber.Watch Presentation
Diversity and Social Justice in Education with Jinni Forcucci: 2018 Delaware Teacher of the Year Jinni Forcucci talks about the students from whom she learned the most and how she prioritizes the importance of student-led discussion, project-based learning, social justice, and allyship in her work with Delaware students.Watch Presentation
Pathways to a Postgrad Degree — Graduate Student Panel Discussion: At this event, UD graduate students Samantha Bingaman, Lauren Mosesso, and Nick
Russell discuss their experiences in higher education, what drew them to their fields of study, and the paths they took to get there.Watch Presentation
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Art, Education and Activism with Karyn Olivier: Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Karyn Olivier has created works that have been featured at the Whitney Museum of American Art and The Museum of Modern Art. She is also an associate professor of sculpture at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. In this presentation, she discusses the concepts behind some of her most prominent works of public art and the profoundly moving experiences she had with those who engaged with it.Watch Presentation
Food for Thought Panel Discussion: The AAP’s Drs. Robin Kucharczyk, Neri de Kramer, and Dan McDevit are joined by Jessica Wescott of Wilmington’s Planting to Feed, Inc., for an in-depth conversation about food equity, “food deserts,” and the role of urban community gardens in addressing the issue of food insecurity.Watch Presentation