Community service and scholarship
Community engagement task force issues report; commission formed
Yan organic zeolite advance highlighted in Nature Communications
Crohn's disease research
UD scientists sleuth out proteins involved in Crohn's disease
Lyme disease study
UD doctoral student conducts research on tick-borne diseases
Surprising then entertaining visitors at the Delaware State Fair, a UD Cooperative Extension 4-H flash mob burst onto the scene July 22 to raise awareness about the Food Smart Families healthy eating program.
For the Record, July 25, 2014
For the Record provides information about recent professional activities of University of Delaware faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Money then and now
UD professor Farley Grubb's analysis of the Continental dollar offers an alternate hypothesis on why the United States' first currency system crashed.
UD researchers in communication and computer engineering collaborated to see how people access political information on mobile devices.
University of Delaware alumni, family and friends are being offered travel opportunities in Italy and France during spring 2015.
Mr. State Fair
Kent County 4-H agent Doug Crouse plays a key role in helping make the Delaware State Fair happen, serving as treasurer and board member.
A weeklong workshop on applied math provided high school teachers with practical ways to motivate their students.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers has announced that it will honor UD Dean of Engineering Babatunde A. Ogunnaike with a 2014 MAC Eminent Chemical Engineers Award.
Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer
Tom Kaminski, professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at UD, has been selected as one of the National Athletic Trainers' Association's 2014 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer award recipients. Kaminski directs UD's Athletic Training Education Program.
A faculty-driven self-study of the University of Delaware's broad goals in undergraduate education is underway to ensure that UD students of the future are prepared for tomorrow's challenges.
Suspect in jail
The University of Delaware Police Department has arrested and charged a UD graduate student with 21 counts of criminal violation of privacy for allegedly hiding video cameras in various restrooms, most of them women's restrooms, over a period of more than two years.
UD was picked sixth in the Colonial Athletic Association preseason football poll announced July 23 at the conference media day in Baltimore.
The UD men's basketball nonconference schedule for 2014-15 includes a trip to California and a home game against Temple University.
Play to learn
Metro Kids, May 1, 2014
Roberta Golinkoff, Unidel H Rodney Sharp Professor in the School of Education, discussed the importance of play in learning.
UD president: Unionizing could end sports programs
NPR Here and Now, May 1, 2014
UD President Patrick Harker discussed the potential impacts of student-athlete unionization.
Museums struggle to protect art from public defacement
The News Journal, May 1, 2014
Janis Tomlinson, director of University Museums, briefly discussed the value of keeping security procedures private.