Article by Casey Impagliazzo | January 19, 2018
Students and staff collaborate on sanction protocol
Article by College of Arts and Sciences Communications Staff | January 19, 2018
Collaborative projects focus on equity, inclusion in education
Article by UDaily staff | January 19, 2018
Georgetown professor to talk about teaching, research and activism today
‘A culture of acceptance’
Murals by international artist, UD students promote discussion
RICH GANNON GIVES TO DELAWARE FIRST
Former QB, other UD football alumni support fundraising campaign
New BASF biofungicide uses UD patents
Beneficial microbe to help plants fight fungal disease
GENETIC INSIGHTS ON EYE DISEASE
UD professor launches powerful tool for expanded eye research
SEA LEVEL RISE
New research and mapping helps planning
OPENING DOORS, LAUNCHING DREAMS
Pre-college programs provide college access, readiness for students
UD partners with Argonne National Lab
Striving for innovation in materials science
Article by Adam Thomas | January 18, 2018
UD study looks at how light pollution lures birds into urban areas during fall migration
Article by Carlett Spike | January 18, 2018
UD faculty explain research, the importance of volunteers
Article by Dante LaPenta | January 19, 2018
The College of Health Sciences Pipeline Program engages local high school students to inspire future healthcare workforce
UD in the News
The News Journal | January 17, 2018
Article quotes Scott Andres, Delaware Geological Survey, who said nitrate pollution in the area has been around for a long time but that it's not clear whether the source is the Millsboro-area chicken plant.
The Washington Post | January 17, 2018
Article quotes Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, who wondered how BlackRock would measure the concept of societal good: "What kind of metric do you come up with, and how do you act on that metric?"
Reuters | January 16, 2018
Even women who can’t breastfeed or choose not to can still take steps to lower their risk of diabetes, said Yukiko Washio, Behavioral Health and Nutrition. Article ran in several outlets around the world.
The News Journal | January 16, 2018
Article quotes John Callahan, Delaware Geological Survey, who said the First State is particularly vulnerable, with its flat topography, low elevation and significant development in coastal areas dominated by tourism.
The Daily Beast | January 16, 2018
Allan Zarembski, Civil and Environmental Engineering, told The Daily Beast that the freight industry can afford to make infrastructure improvements to its lines because it makes more money on its cargo.