Keeping UD safe
Public awareness campaign stresses safety on campus, importance of community
Protecting sharks, sturgeon
Researchers developing fishing forecast to help watermen avoid vulnerable species
Class of 2018 welcomed to campus at annual Twilight Induction Ceremony
CCEI teams with consumer goods, car companies in renewable plastics research
Ice cream on air
The University of Delaware's UDairy Creamery will be featured on an upcoming episode of the Food Network's "Eating America with Anthony Anderson."
First Step: Ideas for a healthier world
The College of Health Sciences invites CHS undergraduate students or teams of students led by CHS undergraduates to identify important health-related challenges and develop novel solutions to those challenges.
Pavilion Lake Project
A multi-disciplinary project funded by NASA and the Canadian Space Agency is aimed at studying exploration while examining unusual life forms.
Alum is innovator
A team of researchers at Michigan State University, which is led by University of Delaware alumnus Richard R. Lunt, has developed a new type of solar concentrator.
Studying in Tuscany
UD's HRIM department builds strong partnerships with hotels and universities in Tuscany, offering internships there to students like Sara Cannizzaro.
When record rainfall hit the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina earlier this summer, flooding left thousands of citizens homeless. A UD student was among Army ROTC cadets who responded to provide assistance.
Careers in travel
As UD offers new study abroad programs on the cruise industry, Tim Crowley, an alumnus employed by Norwegian Cruise Line, shares his experiences.
University of Delaware alumni are invited to participate in a wide variety of events, from cruises to baseball to a career fair.
Pioneering work cited
A special symposium honoring the University of Delaware's C.P. Huang, a pioneer in aquatic chemistry, was held during the 248th American Chemical Society national meeting.
Governor's arts awards
Violinist Xiang Gao, Trustees Distinguished Professor of Music, has won a 2014 Delaware Governor's Award for the Arts.
Spencer to reopen Saturday
Following a Friday afternoon fire, the University of Delaware's Spencer Laboratory will reopen at 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 30, with the exception of Suites 131 and 133, which will be closed until further notice.
App for safety
UD now has a smartphone safety app that helps prevent crime and enables police better respond to incidents, making students even safer while at school.
Athletics Hall of Fame
The University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame's Class of 2014 includes student-athletes from 10 different sports.
CAA men's basketball
UD men's basketball has announced its tentative Colonial Athletic Association schedule for 2014-15.
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.