Doctoral students Kristin de Ghetaldi and Zach Voras, here with the "TOF-SIMS" or Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass
Spectrometer in the background, are working in UD's Surface Analysis Facility to analyze and identify paint ingredients in tiny samples of historic artworks. [Photo by Ambre Alexander]. Click here to read full article.
From the Vice Provost
Vice Provost for
Graduate and Professional Education
Welcome to the Spring 2013 edition of GradImpact, the University of Delaware's Graduate and Professional Education newsletter. This edition highlights collaborative research partnerships and interdisciplinary programs on the UD campus.
The global growth in interdisciplinary research has been embraced and encouraged by both federal and private funding agencies, and this has facilitated the proliferation of centers and institutes designed to improve quality of life by leveraging expertise from diverse disciplines. UD currently has more than 70 active centers, many of which incorporate researchers, educators and policymakers from different departments, colleges and industry. [More...]