UD's next president
UD Trustees elect Dennis Assanis of Stony Brook University as next president
Giving thanks globally
International community celebrates traditional Thanksgiving feast
'Race in America'
Former police officer Redditt Hudson urges criminal justice system reforms
Fat makes coral fit
Study shows how some coral can survive annual bleaching events
Optimizing Delaware courts
Over the past year, students and faculty from UD's Lerner College have helped the Delaware Judiciary to make a number of process and management improvements.
STEM for the holidays
Melissa Jurist, coordinator of K-12 education in the College of Engineering at the University of Delaware, offers suggestions to get kids excited about science, technology, engineering and math.
With a national clamor for more information on head impacts in sports, the University of Delaware is positioned directly in the middle of the concussion discussion.
Peering into cell structures
A University of Delaware research team led by Tatyana Polenova and colleagues from the Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope have revealed for the first time, atom by atom, the structure of a protein bound to a microtubule.
The University of Delaware has signed a new partnership agreement with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Studies in Seoul
A team from the University of Delaware School of Public Policy and Administration spent a mid-October week in Seoul, South Korea, learning firsthand about the challenges and successes of building and managing that city of 10 million people.
The University of Delaware hosted a Conversations and Connections networking event at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., with panelists considering the "New World of Digital Politics."
UD fashion students organized a sewing event to help a Delaware nonprofit manufacture bags for cancer patients and survivors.
Richard Heck's legacy
Groundbreaking chemist Melanie Sanford received an award and gave a lecture at the University of Delaware in honor of Nobel laureate Richard Heck.
Facilities, Real Estate and Auxiliary Services at UD has announced the first quarterly winners of the UD Blue and Gold Excellence Awards.
University of Delaware units have announced Thanksgiving holiday week operations and closings.
UD Social Media is now accepting applications from students interested in joining the Social Media Ambassador program for the spring semester.
University of Delaware freshman Nicole Enabosi has been named the Colonial Athletic Association women's basketball rookie of the week.
CAA volleyball honors
The Colonial Athletic Association has recognized two University of Delaware volleyball players, with Ariel Shonk named third team All-CAA and Alexa Swann named CAA All-Academic.
How must we condemn acts of brutality
News Journal, Nov. 17, 2015
S. Ismat Shah, professor in the University of Delaware's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, writes in a Delaware Voice piece that people must speak in condemnation of violence and in support of peace.
As stock buybacks reach historic levels, signs that corporate America is undermining itself
Reuters, Nov. 16, 2015
Charles Elson, director of the University of Delaware's John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, is quoted in a report on the long-term effects of corporate stock buybacks.
Seven projects developed at UD's student hackathon
Technical.ly, Nov. 16, 2015
A wearable mouse emulator, a restaurant heat map, a digital classroom and more were all created at the second annual DelHack student hackathon hosted by the University of Delaware.