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  • New appointment

    Article by UDaily staff | June 27, 2017

    Darcell Griffith named interim chief human resource officer

  • July 4: Fireworks display

    Article by UDaily staff | June 27, 2017

    UD athletic complex to host city’s annual Fourth of July fireworks display

  • Delaware Tech lottery deadline Aug. 4

    Article by UDaily staff | June 27, 2017

    Human Resources announces Delaware Tech tuition waiver exchange applications

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UD in the News

  • Op-ed: An open letter to Delaware's rabbis, priests, and imams

    The News Journal | June 27, 2017

    Muqtedar Khan, Political Science and International Relations, makes an appeal for all to come together and stand against fear in the wake of the holy month of Ramadan.

  • Go Baby Go's Mission of Motion

    San Antonio Magazine | June 26, 2017

    Lifestyle magazine spotlights UT Health San Antonio's recent Go Baby Go events, during which the clinic gave toy cars to children with mobility issues. The article mentions the program's founder, Cole Galloway, Physical Therapy.

  • Travis Kalanick may have resigned as Uber's CEO - but he isn't going away

    The Washington Post | June 22, 2017

    Article quotes Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, who said Kalanick might be gone, but has too big a stake to be forgotten.

  • Participants of study examining Wilmington's west side can earn up to $75

    The News Journal | June 22, 2017

    Volunteers of a study seeking to learn about the relationship between health, opportunity and physical violence on Wilmington's west side can make up to $75 for participating in an exam this weekend. Researchers with Christiana Care Hospital and the University of Delaware are seeking African-Americans, ages 16 to 44, who live on the west side of Wilmington. CBS3 also reported on the study.

  • Participants of study examining Wilmington's west side can earn up to $75

    The News Journal | June 22, 2017

    Volunteers of a study seeking to learn about the relationship between health, opportunity and physical violence on Wilmington's west side can make up to $75 for participating in an exam this weekend. Researchers with Christiana Care Hospital and the University of Delaware are seeking African-Americans, ages 16 to 44, who live on the west side of Wilmington. CBS3 also reported on the study.