Article by Casey Impagliazzo | August 23, 2017
Students return to campus and move into residence halls Saturday, part of 1743 Welcome Days.
Article by Karen B. Roberts | August 23, 2017
Advanced technology and maneuverability enables scientific research aboard UD's R/V Sharp.
Article by Kate Bailey | August 23, 2017
Mohsen Badiey, who served as acting dean of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, will return to the College of Engineering faculty.
STAR TOWER TOPPED OFF
UD partners with private firms on 10-story building
WATCHING THE ECLIPSE
Many in the UD community looked skyward
NATIONAL DOLLAR DAY
UD professors share facts about U.S. currency
NSF research funding
K. Eric Wommack’s group gets $6 million to study viruses
Conserving cultural heritage
Visiting students work to preserve historical diorama
BIDEN INSTITUTE: WIN-WIN
Expert panel advocates long-term business strategies
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Article by Andrea Boyle Tippett | August 22, 2017
The 10-story building is a partnership between UD and private firms.
Article by Cortney L. Ranck | August 21, 2017
UD Recreation has opened a new space in the Carpenter Sports Building (Lil Bob) dedicated to the UD Crossfit program for 2017-18.
Article by Kate Bailey | August 22, 2017
Dawn Thompson, vice president for student life, has announced her retirement.
UD in the News
The News Journal | August 21, 2017
Sarah Smith, Physical Therapy, said older adults can fall for a variety reasons, ranging from poor vision to neuropathy.
The Sacramento Bee Online | August 20, 2017
Article quotes Harry Shipman, Physics and Astronomy. “When I was 8 years old, I looked up at the sky and wondered what the stars were made of,” he said.
Newsworks | August 18, 2017
News outlet interviewed Judi Provencal, Physics and Astronomy, in advance of today's solar eclipse. "It's going to be the most watched eclipse probably that's ever happened," she said.
The News Journal | August 18, 2017
Delaware Sen. Stephanie Hansen was moved to create the Statewide Ecological Extinction Task Force when she heard a presentation by Doug Tallamy, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology.
Cape Gazette | August 18, 2017
Judi Provencal, Physics and Astronomy, said in this area it will seem like a big cloud has gone over the sun. “It will appear that the moon is taking a big bite out of the sun,” she said.