RESEARCH

Branching out
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/aug/mechanics-morphogenesis-082715.html

Biomedical engineering professor publishes research on development of the lung's branched architecture

RESEARCH

Unconscious bias
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/aug/children-racial-stereotyping-082415.html

New research finds a way to reverse children's racial stereotyping

CAMPUS

Aug. 29-31: 1743 Welcome Days
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/aug/1743-welcome-days-082515.html

1743 Welcome Days: UD offers new Blue Hens wide variety of programs

RESEARCH

Manned submersible
http://www.udel.edu/udaily/2016/aug/submersible-cyclops1-081815.html

UD's College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment hosts manned submersible Cyclops 1

 

Aug. 29

Family Fun Day
 

Aug. 29

IndiaFest
 

Aug. 30

Free jazz
 
 

Sept. 4

Lucas Brothers

Campus Stories

Presidential search

Terri Kelly and Don Puglisi, co-chairs of the UD Presidential Search Committee, have sent an update to the University community.

Grad orientation

A large contingent of more than 700 new University of Delaware graduate students was welcomed to campus during a daylong orientation event held Wednesday at Clayton Hall.

Research Stories

Stink bugs

Researchers are taking a closer look at how brown marmorated stink bugs are causing damage to developing ears of sweet corn, and their findings could lead to better pest management strategies.

Sept. 23: HPC Symposium

David Racca will illuminate how parallel computing on the UD Community Cluster can help Delaware transportation during a symposium scheduled Sept. 23.

Global Stories

Champion change

Senators Chris Coons and Tom Carper offered inspirational messages when they met with young global leaders at the University of Delaware last month.

Global stories

Through several international programs based at the University of Delaware, students and young leaders from Africa and the Middle East have gained important civic leadership skills.

People Stories

Industry-ready teaching

UD's HRIM department trains high school teachers in hands-on restaurant industry skills through the National Restaurant Association's ProStart program.

Stellar skaters

Three University of Delaware students turned in stellar individual performances at the U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating Championships.

Honors Stories

Slip sliding away

David Burris, associate professor of mechanical engineering, has received the Burt L. Newkirk Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for his contributions to cartilage tribology.

State honor

Gabi Koury, a graduate of UD's College of Education and Human Development, has been named Delaware's School Psychologist of the Year.

FYI Stories

Shuttle changes

University of Delaware Transportation Services has announced that it will implement several changes to shuttle bus routes.

Housing application opens Sept. 1

UD students who are at least second-year students and recent transfers with at least 30 credits as of Sept. 1 must apply for upper-division housing by Sept. 30 to be guaranteed housing for the 2016-17 academic year.

Sports Stories

Men's basketball

The University of Delaware has announced the 2015-16 men's basketball schedule.

Lacrosse honors

UD women's lacrosse team members Elyse Andrews, Emily Pollard, Lauren VanDaniker and Abby Wheble have been named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll.
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Samsung's duel with Elliott: The activist challenge isn't over

Forbes, Aug. 24, 2015

Charles Elson, director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance at the University of Delaware, is quoted in an article about the battle between Samsung and Elliott Associates.

Chemours Edge Moor plant closing is 'ominous' sign

News Journal, Aug. 21, 2015

James Butkiewicz, professor and chair of the University of Delaware's Department of Economics, is quoted in an article about the decision by Chemours to close its Edge Moor plant and what that means as the DuPont spin-off seeks a new headquarters site. "All of the signs are very ominous for Delaware," he said.

Are thunderstorms on the rise in the Mid-Atlantic?

WDDE, Aug. 20, 2015

Dan Leathers, professor of geography at the University of Delaware and state climatologist, was quoted in an article about the prevalence of thunderstorms. He said "thunderstorms are very much now the way they have been," with the difference being the ability to share information.

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