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  • UDairy goes to Market

    Article by Adam Thomas and Anne Grae Martin | May 24, 2017

    UDairy Creamery opens new storefront in Wilmington

  • Marine microplastics

    Article by Karen B. Roberts | May 24, 2017

    Delaware Sea Grant funds research on microplastics found in Delaware Bay

  • Reducing radiation

    Article by Diane Kukich | May 24, 2017

    Paper reports successful use of nanocomposites to absorb electromagnetic radiation

  • Board of Trustees

    Article by UDaily staff | May 24, 2017

    President Assanis recaps the year at spring board meeting

  • Top of the class

    Article by UDaily staff | May 24, 2017

    Secondary education program honors outstanding student teachers

  • Trust management minor

    Article by Sarah Gibson | May 24, 2017

    New Lerner minor available for all UD students

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  • UD unveils new cybersecurity suite

    WDDE-FM Online | May 19, 2017

    Local NPR station reports on the opening of UD's new Cybersecurity Suite and interviews Chase Cotton, Electrical and Computer Engineering.

  • Liberty's Malone and Maffei Top the List of Most Over-Boarded Directors

    TheStreet | May 19, 2017

    Article quotes Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance. "If you're sitting on too many boards, someone is getting short-changed," he said.

  • Why Elena Delle Donne Came to D.C.

    CBS Sports Radio Network | May 19, 2017

    Washington station profiles the former Blue Hens star, who now plays for the WNBA's Mystics.

  • Wilmington forum explores race and class fences

    Newsworks | May 19, 2017

    Article quotes Yasser Payne, Black American Studies, who told those gathered for a forum Tuesday that Wilmington is a hidden jewel filled with hard times and lots of love but is sharply and deeply stratified by race and class.

  • Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase, Trump and America

    The Philadelphia Inquirer | May 18, 2017

    Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, said the cycle of banks blowing up and governments tightening and easing restrictions is one that has repeated many times in American history.