Napping and teenage learning
UD researcher studies midday napping customs for adolescents in U.S. vs. China
Paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey to visit UD
A pioneer, Leakey’s Kenya legacy includes finding fossils, fighting poaching
Blue Hen Rocks
UDairy Creamery partners with Wilmington Blue Rocks to serve ice cream at games
Day of Remembrance
Program honors Martin Luther King, Jr., recalls 1968 Wilmington
Breaking the rules of brain cancer
UD researchers develop accurate model of how aggressive cancer cells move and spread
Open mic night at UDairy Creamery in Wilmington
UD student builds community via poetry and the arts
UD in the News
CBS News Network | April 23, 2018
Tanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, takes part in a 10-minute in-studio interview to talk about the series finale of "Scandal."
mtvU | April 23, 2018
The network interviewed student Wing Tang, who was part of a team from Fashion and Apparel Studies that made the shoe to address the problem of waste in the fashion industry. The shoe is made to be completely biodegraded by the end of its life.
The News Journal | April 22, 2018
More than 100 UD students pulled up garlic mustard from the soil on park trails and cut vines off the trees lining New London Road.
WDDE-FM Online | April 20, 2018
Lindsay Hoffman and Danna Young, Communication, discuss the Center for Political Communication's recent "Shut up and Dribble" poll, House Speaker Paul Ryan's decision not to run again and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg's appearance on Capitol Hill.
Vogue Paris | April 20, 2018
Outlet mentions UD's participation in the Gemstones and Sustainable Development Knowledge Hub – a project launched in 2017 that comprises an online library so people can access articles, research and initiatives concerned with making the jewelry industry more sustainable.