Diversity & Inclusion

Hear from ‘innovative women’ at UD’s Fast Forward event [Events Roundup]

Plus: Check out a roller derby showdown benefiting the Delaware Humane Association.

Tanya Whye, left, the "Remarkable Ideas" competition winner, with Great Dames CEO Sharon Hake and Delaware First Lady Carla Markell. (Photo via Twitter)

We’re extremely excited about the Fast Forward event featuring innovative women tonight. As always, the Horn Program and Great Dames always create riveting programming. End the week with a fun roller derby competition with the state’s Young Professionals.


Fast Forward, hosted by University of Delaware Horn Program in Entrepreneurship in partnership with Great Dames
“The best way to predict the future is to make it. FastForward highlights entrepreneurs, inventors and community leaders who are making the future by shaping the innovation ecosystem and pursuing big ideas.”
Tuesday, March 3

6:00-8:30 p.m.
Venture Development Center, 132 E. Delaware Ave., Suite 100, Newark
RSVP$20 for students; $40 for other participants.

OWASP Delaware Chapter: Web App Security Shindig
Talk cybersecurity with other Delaware developers.
Wednesday, March 4
6:00 p.m.
Wilmington University – New Castle Campus, 320 N. DuPont Hwy, New Castle
Delaware Young ProfessionalsRoller Derby Madness
The matchup between the Black Eyed Bombshells and the Back Alley Brawlers will benefit the Delaware Humane Association, a nonprofit no-kill animal care and adoption center.
Sunday, March 8
5:30-8:00 p.m.
Christiana Skating Center, 801 Christiana Rd., Newark
RSVP. $10, $12 at the door.

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