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  • Ocean acidification

    Article by Karen B. Roberts | February 27, 2017

    International research team reports ocean acidification spreading rapidly in Arctic Ocean in area and depth

  • Poultry careers

    Article by Adam Thomas | February 27, 2017

    UD students explore poultry career opportunities at program in Atlanta

  • Faculty listening sessions

    Article by UDaily staff | February 27, 2017

    Provost's Commission schedules sessions for tenured, tenure-track faculty

  • Alumni gift transforms trading center

    Article by Sunny Rosen and Sarah Gibson | February 23, 2017

    Lerner celebrates improved, renamed Michael and Rosann Geltzeiler Trading Center

  • For the Record, Feb. 24, 2017

    Article by UDaily staff | February 24, 2017

    University community reports recent alumni news, awards, books

  • March 23: Norton Lecture

    Article by UDaily staff | February 24, 2017

    Norton Memorial Lecture speaker to discuss morality, laws of war

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  • For the budget traveler who wants a little luxury, an Asian vacation may be the ticket

    Los Angeles Times | February 27, 2017

    Srikanth Beldona, Hospitality Business Management, said that although the top end of the market is well represented and the hostel end is present, the cupboard of the mid-level hotel is not exactly overflowing.

  • Op-ed: Sports tourism is growing in importance to Delaware

    The News Journal | February 27, 2017

    Matthew Robinson, director of UD's Sport Management Program, writes about the ongoing partnership between UD and the Delaware Tourism Office to use sports as an economic driver for the state.

  • How Martha Washington Helped George Stop Worrying

    OZY | February 26, 2017

    Article quotes Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Black American Studies and History, who said although Washington is viewed as socially progressive, she “believed in white superiority, and she did not doubt slavery."

  • What are the Real Odds of Finding a Four-Leaf Clover?

    Martha Stewart Living | February 25, 2017

    Piece quotes John Frett, Landscape Horticulture, who talks about the chances of finding the plant and explains the differences between the varieties.

  • Op-ed: Tax reform, Trump style

    The News Journal | February 24, 2017

    Sheldon D. Pollack, Accounting & MIS, writes that although he played to working people during the campaign, Donald Trump as president has pursued policies skewed toward big business, Wall Street and the wealthy.