UD's Angelia Seyfferth has received a prestigious five-year, $465,000 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award for studies on arsenic in rice, and the funding will provide for the installation of the first rice paddies in the state.
- UD President Harker says it's not 'business as usual' in face of change
- Weather and climate focus of the 38th annual Coast Day on Oct. 5
- Federal grant to support variety of biomedical research projects
- Coaches from around the world participate in Olympic enrichment program
- Tickets available for Delaware Debates set Oct. 15 in UD's Mitchell Hall
- 'Tales and Treasures' exhibition features antiquities
Oct. 2-Dec. 7
Old College Gallery
- SCPAB to present Young the Giant
Wednesday, Oct. 8
8 p.m., Bob Carpenter Center
- Tickets available Oct. 3 for Tony Rock comedy show
Saturday, Oct. 18
7:30 p.m., Mitchell Hall
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