Article by UDaily staff | February 23, 2018
2018 guide available online, in print
Article by Karen B. Roberts | February 23, 2018
Saleem Ali selected for United Nations International Resources panel
Article by UD Library staff | February 23, 2018
Library hosts series of five GIS workshops
A fight to be won
50 years after his iconic protest, Olympian and civil rights activist John Carlos speaks at UD
Girl Scouts learn the science of physical therapy
UD alumna creates 'Explore the Magic of Motion’ workshop for area Girl Scouts
‘A culture of acceptance’
Murals by international artist, UD students promote discussion
New BASF biofungicide uses UD patents
Beneficial microbe to help plants fight fungal disease
OPENING DOORS, LAUNCHING DREAMS
Pre-college programs provide college access, readiness for students
UD partners with Argonne National Lab
Striving for innovation in materials science
Article by UDaily staff | February 22, 2018
After a career in criminal justice, James DeCarlo sought a college degree
Article by UD Dining Services staff | February 22, 2018
UD Dining Services seeking sales team members
Article by UDaily Staff | February 22, 2018
Working group formed to improve student communications
UD in the News
The Jackson Sun | February 21, 2018
Column quotes Tricia Wachtendorf, from UD's Disaster Research Center, who classified Hurricane Maria as a “catastrophic event,” rarer than a disaster.
Florida Today Online | February 20, 2018
Article mentions research by William Farquhar, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, which found consuming too much salt can adversely impact the heart, kidneys, blood vessels and brain.
TheStreet | February 20, 2018
Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, said he believes that directors should serve for approximately 15 years, but acknowledges that there are going to be circumstances where a director will serve longer than that.
FanSided | February 20, 2018
Article mentions James Angelini, Communication, who is part of a group of researchers who have been tracking coverage of the Winter Games.
Philadelphia Business Journal | February 20, 2018
Business publication reports on a new study co-authored by James Angelini, Communication, which found male athletes have received “significantly” more screen time so far in the Winter Olympics. “I do have hope that the second week will see an increase in coverage of female athletes," he said.