Bacteria fighting fabric
Gates Foundation funds civil engineering professor's novel wastewater treatment fabric
New 'UD Messenger'
April issue of University of Delaware Messenger magazine now available online
Lessons from an art historian turned race car driver
Airborne wind energy
High-altitude wind turbines have potential to generate large amounts of electricity
The physical therapy classrooms on the University of Delaware's STAR Campus are adding new dimensions to education for both teachers and learners.
Ice cream finalists
The five finalists have been chosen for the Alumni Weekend's Dela-bration Ice Cream Flavor contest, and members of the campus community get to decide which flavor is the cream of the crop by voting online.
College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment geologists are examining historic War of 1812 earthen forts for clues about erosion.
Senior Thesis Symposium
Approximately 60 senior thesis candidates will present talks or posters on their research at UD's Senior Thesis Symposium on Saturday, May 3.
Hens in Paris
The inaugural spring break trip to Paris sponsored by UD's Institute for Global Studies brought together alumni, faculty, staff and friends for an unforgettable adventure.
Adding to the colorful seasonal mix at UD is Brazilian Spring, a series of events co-sponsored by the Institute for Global Studies.
Sports, race, culture
Through a class on sports, race and culture, UD's Ronald Whittington helps students become aware of bigotry during the era of segregation and Jim Crow laws.
UD College of Agriculture and Natural Resources alumnus Michael Balick will return to campus Monday, May 5, for a presentation on "Ancient Wisdom and Modern Medicine: Plants, People and Cultures in the Tropical Rainforest."
Limin Gao, a visiting doctoral student at the University of Delaware from 2007-10, received the 2013 Top 100 National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Award in China.
Master Gardener awards
The University of Delaware Cooperative Extension New Castle County Master Gardeners celebrated their awards ceremony in early April, which also happens to be National Volunteer Recognition Month.
Facts on the go
The UD Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness annual 'Quick Facts' publication is now available on the UD Mobile website.
CAA women's golf
The UD women's golf team tied for second and junior Amanda Terzian finished fourth in the Colonial Athletic Association championship tournament.
Amira Idris won two events and Lindsay Prettyman broke her own school record in the 800 meters as the UD women's track and field team captured the James Madison Invitational.
How BentProp and undersea robots found long-lost WWII bombers
CNET, April 20, 2014
Mark Moline, director of the School of Marine Science and Policy in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, is quoted discussing South Pacific research.
Did You Know: Shakespeare turns 450, still hip
The News Journal, April 9, 2014
Kristen Poole, professor of English, discusses Shakespeare.
How should colleges address conflicts between academics, athletics and money?
PBS NewsHour, Tuesday, April 8, 2014
UD President Patrick Harker discussed the importance of education in a segment on conflicts between academics, athletics and money in Division I.