Students gather on the Green during a Black Lives Matter rallyphoto cred: Evan Krape

AAPHI’s Fall 2021 Recruitment Event
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
4:00 – 6:00 pm – virtually
Featuring guest speaker Kamasi C. Hill (4-5 pm), Departmental Information Sessions (5:00-5:30) and AAPHI specific information (5:30-6:00).  With your host, Dr. Monica A. Coleman, director of AAPHI
Pre-registration Required – Register Here

UD African American Public Humanities Fall 2021 Recruitment Event


University of Delaware’s Community Engagement Initiative
2021-2022 Speaker Series:  Equity in Action
All webinars will take place via zoom from 4:00-5:00pm. Registration is required and the zoom details will be shared with registrants a week before the webinar.

September through May – Each One Reach One (EORO) – is a peer mentoring program created and spearheaded by the Center for Black Culture to assist first-year Black students in their transition to the University of Delaware. The program pairs a first-year student with a current upper-class student to serve as a guide and resource throughout their first academic year.  By providing participants with a positive co-curricular experience, we hope to improve the retention and matriculation rates of first-year Black students at the University of Delaware (UD).  For more information, contact UD’s Center for Black Culture: 302-831-2991 OR visit:


Ongoing Opportunities for our AAPHI students:

HILT workshops – Digital Humanities Training
NEH Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities