Article by Sunny Rosen | November 21, 2017
New UD research suggests some types of discounts encourage shoppers to overspend
Article by Ann Manser | November 21, 2017
Conference showcases material culture at UD, Hagley
Article by Adam S. Kamras | November 21, 2017
New programs include Professional Drone Pilot Training
DELAWARE FIRST CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF
Festival helps launch historic fundraising campaign
ELMS RETURN TO THE GREEN
Replantings will help return UD’s iconic setting to its original look
RENEWABLE JET FUEL
Research aims at corncobs and wood chips for future flight
UD partners with Argonne National Lab
Striving for innovation in materials science
BRIDGING THE DIVIDES
Joe Biden and John Kasich
FUELS FOR THE FUTURE
UD’s Center for Fuel Cells and Batteries will be a hub of energy innovation
OPENING DOORS, LAUNCHING DREAMS
Pre-college programs provide college access, readiness for students
Article by UDaily Staff | November 20, 2017
UD modified hours, closing schedules for Thanksgiving holiday break
Article by Carlett Spike | November 20, 2017
Haris Lalacos discusses the Greece-US relationship, economics, migration
Article by Karen B. Roberts | November 20, 2017
UD professor and alum discover sea nettle jellyfish found in Rehoboth and Chesapeake Bay is actually two species
UD in the News
Times Union | November 21, 2017
Article mentions the former Vice President's partnership with UD.
Futurity | November 20, 2017
Research news site spotlights research co-authored by Andong Cheng, Marketing.
Inside Higher Ed | November 20, 2017
Article mentions UD's campaign to raise $750 million by 2020, and notes that the University has already raised $565 million.
Delaware Business Now | November 18, 2017
Local business blog writes about gifts from Board of Trustees member Carol A. Ammon and Marie E. Pinizzotto, M.D.; Board of Trustees member Stuart Grant and, his wife, Suzanne Grant; and Board of Trustees member Kenneth C. Whitney and, his wife, Elizabeth K. Whitney.
HuffPost | November 17, 2017
A multi-year study by the University of Delaware, focusing on Newark, Delaware, found that online shopping burdened the transportation system in terms of speed, travel times and emissions. Mingxin Li, co-author of the study and a scientist at the Delaware Center for Transportation, discussed greener shipping choices.