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2FA protects you
If you are using two-factor authentication (2FA), even if a hacker has your password, your information is probably safe.
Library photo ID
Starting July 1, University of Delaware Library visitors without ONEcards must provide school-issued identification or state or government-issued photo identification when signing in at the Welcome Desk.
Police training
New Castle County Police will be conducting training at the Girl Scouts Building on the University of Delaware's south campus from May 31 through June 15.
Digital learning proposals
The University of Delaware is launching an initiative to expand UD's academic footprint through the growth of e-learning opportunities.
June HPC Symposium
Joshua Neunuebel, assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences, will present at the June 8 High Performance Computing Symposium.
UDon't Need It
UDon't Need It, which is marking its 10th anniversary, provides UD students an opportunity to put items they no longer need to good use.
Recreation hours
University of Delaware Recreation has announced changes to hours at the Carpenter Sports Building and the schedule for free finals week fitness classes.
New certificate program
The University of Delaware is launching a new certificate programs focusing on entry-level information technology infrastructure certification, scheduled in June on the Lewes campus.
2016 Summer Faculty Institute
Registration is now open for the 2016 Summer Faculty Institute, scheduled Tuesday through Thursday, May 31 - June 2.
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UD professor co-authors first report on NASA's huge 'magnetospheric' mission

Technical.ly Delaware, May 19, 2016

William Matthaeus and Michael Shay, both of the University of Delaware Department of Astronomy and Physics, are involved in a NASA project that gives a whole new meaning to "big data."

Sorry night owls, morning people are just healthier

Men's Journal, May 17, 2016

The article focuses on a study by Freda Patterson, assistant professor in the University of Delaware's Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition, that says the timing of your nightly slumber may also influence your cardiovascular health, and night owls might want to think hard about changing their habits. “Someone who goes to bed later may have extended evening time that tends to be spent watching TV and eating unhealthy foods,” Patterson says.

The new superstar in town

Chicago Magazine, May 16, 2016

A profile of former UD basketball star Elena Delle Donne, now with the WNBA's Chicago Sky, says "she ranks, arguably, as the greatest female basketball player in the world."

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