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RESEARCH

Underwater WWII find
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/may/project-recover-052516.html

Downed World War II aircraft missing for 72 years located in Pacific Islands by Project RECOVER

RESEARCH

Clownfish conundrum
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/may/clownfish-vulnerable-bleaching-052516.html

Clownfish vulnerable to increased bleaching caused by rising ocean temperatures

SPORTS

New coach
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/may/mens-basketball-coach-052516.html

Martin Ingelsby selected head coach of UD men's basketball team

CAMPUS

Board of Trustees
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/may/board-of-trustees-052016.html

Class of 2020 previewed, President Targett honored at Board meeting

Campus Stories

AMT service

The University of Delaware's Assistive Medical Technologies Club is working to provide special devices from ride-on cars to walkers to children with mobility limitations.

Keeping students on track

University of Delaware advisers and faculty are now armed with a powerful new system, called the Blue Hen Success Collaborative, to help them quickly identify students who are struggling and help them stay on track to graduation.

Research Stories

Chronic wounds

UD's Millicent Sullivan and Kristi Kiick have received a $1.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for research that could provide a new approach to the treatment of chronic wounds.

Prof. Heck's legacy

The American Chemical Society is highlighting the legacy of the late Nobel laureate Richard Heck, the Willis F. Harrington Professor Emeritus of Chemistry at the University of Delaware with a digital tribute on its publications website.

Global Stories

Discovery in Egypt

UD's Steven Sidebotham and colleagues from Poland and the Netherlands have received recognition for their archaeological discoveries at the site of the early Egyptian port of Berenike.

French theatre

Students in the French Theatre Workshop performed a full-length play in French and later spoke with the playwright via videoconference.

People Stories

Celebration of Philanthropy

Delaware Diamonds Society members were honored for their generous contributions to UD over the past year at the annual Celebration of Philanthropy event.

Newton joins Health Sciences

Franklin Newton will join the University of Delaware College of Health Sciences as executive director for administration, internal relations and operations.

Honors Stories

Underdogs no more

A team from UD's Army ROTC program placed third among eight ROTC teams at the Sandhurst International Military Skills Competition.

Library recognition

The University of Delaware Library has announced that Hannah Lee, assistant librarian and program coordinator for the multimedia literacy program at the Student Multimedia Design Center, received the Delaware Library Association Citation for Academic Libraries during a ceremony May 6.

FYI Stories

2FA protects you

If you are using two-factor authentication (2FA), even if a hacker has your password, your information is probably safe.

June HPC Symposium

Joshua Neunuebel, assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences, will present at the June 8 High Performance Computing Symposium.

Sports Stories

CAA All-Stars

Led by first team selection Jordan Glover, seven University of Delaware baseball players have been named to the Colonial Athletic Association All-Star teams.

Dad Vail success

The University of Delaware men's crew club team displayed its depth as a program at the 78th annual Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta, with eight grand final appearances and five medals at the championship.
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UD professor co-authors first report on NASA's huge 'magnetospheric' mission

Technical.ly Delaware, May 19, 2016

William Matthaeus and Michael Shay, both of the University of Delaware Department of Astronomy and Physics, are involved in a NASA project that gives a whole new meaning to "big data."

Sorry night owls, morning people are just healthier

Men's Journal, May 17, 2016

The article focuses on a study by Freda Patterson, assistant professor in the University of Delaware's Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition, that says the timing of your nightly slumber may also influence your cardiovascular health, and night owls might want to think hard about changing their habits. “Someone who goes to bed later may have extended evening time that tends to be spent watching TV and eating unhealthy foods,” Patterson says.

The new superstar in town

Chicago Magazine, May 16, 2016

A profile of former UD basketball star Elena Delle Donne, now with the WNBA's Chicago Sky, says "she ranks, arguably, as the greatest female basketball player in the world."

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