Offshore oil platforms
UD research shows beach goers negatively impacted by offshore oil platforms
Chemical engineering student recognized for interests outside the classroom and laboratory
Assanis tells graduates to change the world, Mosko says be fearless and kind
A view of a virus
UD research reveals new insights into hepatitis B
A day in the life of a UD music student
Cellist Kimia Jamshid-Arsani shares her passion for music
Magnetic explosions in turbulent space
UD’s Michael Shay and collaborators find new insight amid the chaos
Napping and teenage learning
UD researcher studies midday napping customs for adolescents in U.S. vs. China
UD in the News
Delaware Business Times | June 20, 2018
Article mentions UD's role in the Career Pathways program, which connects students with industry leaders at our own events and at other industry gatherings so they can experience the potential career options available to them.
The News Journal | June 20, 2018
“Even though you would like, eventually, everyone to have a cable to their house, ultimately there are kids and businesses that really need access, and a wireless solution can do it,” said Troy Mix, from UD's Institute for Public Administration.
Technical.ly | June 19, 2018
Tech blog reports on selection of Jenni Buckley, Mechanical Engineering, to the American Society for Engineering Education list and mentions her efforts to attract funding for the Design Studio, a makerspace for engineering students..
Good Housekeeping | June 18, 2018
Doug Tallamy, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, discusses three hard truths about butterfly bush — and why gardeners should stop planting them at home.
The New York Times | June 18, 2018
“Some kids never recover,” said Mary Dozier, Psychological and Brain Sciences. “But I’ve been amazed at how well kids can do after institutionalization if they’re able to have responsive and nurturing care afterward.”