RESEARCH

Changing the color of light
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/jul/high-energy-light-072315.html

UD team awarded $1 million Keck Foundation grant for novel research on light

RESEARCH

Ship of opportunity
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/jul/research-ferry-072215.html

Researchers monitor conditions in Delaware Bay aboard Cape May-Lewes Ferry

RESEARCH

Knee pain
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/jul/knee-pain-diabetes-072215.html

Researcher leads study of knee pain among at-risk adults with Type 2 diabetes

CAMPUS

An education void
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/jul/education-research-071615.html

Professors receive $5 million grant to examine implementation of education research

Campus Stories

Top colleges

Forbes magazine has ranked UD 29th in its listing of top public universities based on what students get out of college.

Partnership for change

Understanding how to effectively address student alcohol use, especially the increasingly dangerous trends associated with binge drinking, has challenged virtually every educational institution across the country, including the University of Delaware.

Research Stories

Research diver

Brian Griffiths is spending his time this summer with sharks, eagle rays, massive corals, turtles and schools of endangered fish as he conducts underwater research on seagrass in the Caribbean.

Eco-informatics

A Yale undergraduate has combined bioinformatics and ecological modeling to study evolution and organism interactions through NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates program at UD.

Global Stories

Avian influenza

Representatives from 18 countries recently participated in a special educational program at UD focused on emergency poultry disease response.

French connection

UD's Shreeram Inamdar has developed a new collaboration with researchers in France concerning water quality.

People Stories

Raising Cain

Members of Delaware's Cain family have been tied to electrical engineering at the University of Delaware since the 1930s.

Business environment

Recent UD graduate Radhika Samant always envisioned herself beginning her career in the environmental field but when she was offered a job to work at Thomson Reuters in New York City following Commencement, the opportunity was too good to pass up.

Honors Stories

SAMPE Fellow

John W. Gillespie Jr., director of the University of Delaware Center for Composite Materials, has been named a fellow of the Society for Advanced Materials and Process Engineering.

Transformational school leader

Lamont Browne, a three-time UD alumnus and CEO/executive director of EastSide Charter School and Family Foundations Academy, has been selected to receive the Ryan Award, a national award honoring transformational school principals.

FYI Stories

Winter wellness

The Institute for Global Studies invites UD faculty, staff, retires and their families to register for the second annual Puerto Rico Wellness Retreat to be held Feb. 3-7, 2016.

Getting ready for the new year

Complete room assignments have been sent to all incoming first-year UD students who will be living on campus beginning this fall.

Sports Stories

State Fair

University of Delaware student-athletes will visit the Delaware State Fair in Harrington on Tuesday, July 28.

For Blue Hens 12 and younger

Registrations are now being accepted for the 2015-16 Future Hens Club, designed just for Blue Hens ages 12 and younger.
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U.S. wind power on course to grow big

Here and Now, July 27, 2015

Jeremy Firestone of UD's School of Marine Science and Policy spoke about why wind power is on course to become one of the country's largest sources of energy, and where the U.S. stands compared with other countries.

'It's like going to Pluto and seeing McDonald's'

Science, July 23, 2015

Jennifer Biddle, assistant professor at UD, was quoted in an article about the surprisingly ordinary microorganisms found deep beneath the ocean floor. She said, "You'd expect microbes from this exotic environment to be unusual, and the discovery that they are similar to familiar microorganisms is 'disconcerting.' It's like going to Pluto and seeing McDonald's."

Wilmington, the city with too many charter schools

WHYY, July 22, 2015

A story about the heavy concentration of charter schools in the city of Wilmington quotes Dan Rich, University Professor of Public Policy.

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