Global Stories

International coaching program launches
The U.S. Olympic Committee is partnering with University of Delaware and the International Olympic Committee to launch the eighth edition of the International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program.
Oct. 5: China Town Hall
The Confucius Institute at the University of Delaware will be among organizations nationwide hosting the ninth annual China Town Hall on Monday evening, Oct. 5.
Fashion education
A presentation at an international conference on fashion education held in Milan highlighted UD programs in which students work with industry.
China trip
The University of Delaware has announced the 10th annual special trip voluntarily planned and led by UD faculty members for alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the University and its Master Players Concert Series to visit China, the Middle Kingdom, in June 2016.
Transitional justice
A new book by UD's Pascha Bueno-Hansen examines feminist and human rights struggles in post-civil war Peru.
White House visit
Two University of Delaware faculty members attended the ceremony and reception hosted by President Barack Obama at the White House on Friday, Sept. 25, to welcome visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Global computing
Guang Gao is spending several months visiting Waseda University and other top academic institutions in Japan to share his expertise in high-performance computing.
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UD coastal scientist receives $1 million federal grant to study undetonated explosives on beaches

WDDE-FM, Sept. 28, 2015

Jack Puleo, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Delaware, has received a grant from the Department of Defense to study undetonated munitions on beaches.

Changing American families

News Journal, Sept. 26, 2015

Bahira Sherif Trask, professor and chair of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Delaware, discusses families and the rapid transformations that have been seen in recent years.

Here's the reason you're such a klutz

Her Magazine, Sept. 21, 2015

Charles (Buz) Swanik, associate professor of the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at the University of Delaware, is quoted in an article discussing a study he is leading about why some people are more accident-prone than others.


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