UD in the News
WJZ-TV | March 19, 2018
Baltimore-based TV station reports on the quarterback's gift to UD.
The News Journal | March 19, 2018
William Farquhar, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, writes that although support for research funding is one of those increasingly rare bipartisan issues that many in the House and the Senate agree on, we can’t afford to become complacent.
The Miami Herald | March 17, 2018
“This isn’t the kind of thing that gradually gets weaker over four days. Something weakened it," said Michael Chajes, Civil and Environmental Engineering.
NBC Connecticut News Today - WVIT-TV | March 17, 2018
Michael Chajes, Civil and Environmental Engineering, was interviewed by an NBC affiliate in Connecticut, where many bridges were built using the same technique as the bridge that collapsed last week in Miami. "It doesn't have any safety risk beyond what you normally would have," Chajes said.
Indianapolis Business Journal Online | March 16, 2018
Article quotes Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, who said pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and Co. is doing the right thing by increasing its board's power.
The New York Times | March 16, 2018
Article quotes Kyle Emich, Management, who talked about a study he co-authored that looked at women in leadership positions. “Women did not gain status for speaking up, and subsequently were less likely (much less) to be considered leaders," he said.
Catholic News Agency | March 16, 2018
“He was of course a very great physicist and one of the greatest physicists of his generation,” said Stephen M. Barr, Physics and Astronomy. “He made several major contributions to the understanding of gravity and the big bang and the black holes that will be remembered as long as physics is known.”
The News Journal | March 16, 2018
Local paper reports on the donation, which was announced Wednesday. The report was picked up by the Associated Press and ran in the Washington Post and several outlets nationwide.
Vindicator Online | March 16, 2018
Youngstown, Ohio-based newspaper reports on a Go Baby Go build at a local career and technical center and mentions its founder Cole Galloway, Physical Therapy.
Delaware Business Times Online | March 15, 2018
“Most of what we’ve done so far is from fuel switching from coal to natural gas,” said Jeremy Firestone, Center for Carbon-Free Power Integration. “That strategy worked well, but it’s mostly over.”
Smyrna/Clayton Sun-Times | March 15, 2018
Local paper reports on Smyrna Middle School students and teachers who organized a Go Baby Go project at the school. The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce honored the project there as one of five recipients of the 2018 Superstars in Education award winners.
The Atlantic | March 15, 2018
Matt Hudson, Kinesiology & Applied Physiology, said no one appears to have actually studied innate ability in deep squatting across ethnic groups. “You would have to take kids from the time they’re born in China and never let them do any squats to be a control group, and it’ll never happen."
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) - Online | March 15, 2018
The news outlet reports on a start-up tech-team of four girls who were chosen to represent Kenya at the University of Delaware's Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs but are having trouble raising the money to get them to the United States.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | March 15, 2018
Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, talked with the author about the Equifax board’s earlier internal investigation into insider trading. “If this individual wasn’t picked up, it makes you wonder about the thoroughness of the investigation,” he said.
Delaware Business Now | March 14, 2018
Local business blog reports on gift from the star quarterback and his wife.
WDDE-FM Online | March 14, 2018
Aaron Kupchik, Sociology and Criminal Justice, said he was surprised to see some districts keep students from being a part of the national movement by expressing concerns about school safety.
Gizmodo | March 14, 2018
Such different systems demonstrating a behavior so similar shows something profound, said Stephanie Law, Materials Science and Engineering. “I think that’s really amazing. You have these two papers showing the same effect in two completely different systems. It really illustrates how general this concept is.”
Newark Post | March 12, 2018
Local publication has a story on this year's UDance event.
The New York Times | March 12, 2018
“There are other, larger companies, but Goldman’s an icon,” said Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance. “And it’s occupied a prominent role in American finance for probably almost 70 or 80 years.”
WNBA Basketball - NBA TV | March 12, 2018
The league's website covered last week's book signing by UD basketball legend Elena Delle Donne, who returned to campus to sign copies of her new book, "My Shot."
The News Journal | March 12, 2018
William Ullman, Marine Science and Policy, said it is not unusual for problems to arise on large projects like an ocean outfall, but it is unusual to encounter cobble off Delaware’s coast.
NBC News Online | March 11, 2018
Article quotes Allan Zarembski, Civil and Environmental Engineering, who commented on the fact that most of the people who get hit by trains are trespassers. "Most of the time they do not appreciate railroad safety and they get hit by trains walking down the track," he said.
The News Journal | March 11, 2018
The article on this year's UDance event, which raised a record $2 million to fight childhood cancer, features video of UD President Dennis Assanis.
The News Journal | March 11, 2018
Article quotes Phillip Barnes, Public Administration, who said DelDOT approached UD two years ago to look into connected and autonomous vehicles. "They were obviously aware that this was going to transform the nature of transportation and they wanted to know what they were getting into," he said.
WDEL-AM Online | March 10, 2018
Radio station's website reports on UDance and has video of the set-up of the event and interviews with several students.