UD in the News
Delaware Newszap, Sept. 15, 2014
Jen Volk of University of Delaware Cooperative Extension is working with UD researchers to develop salt tolerant crops to help farmers who have fields near the Delaware coast.
The News Journal, Sept. 14, 2014
The University of Delaware's UDairy Creamery and Moo Crew student workers won the Best Sundae on Sunday competition and had their ice cream featured on the Food Network's series "Eating America."
The News Journal, Sept. 12, 2014
Charles Riordan, vice provost for research, wrote a Delaware Voices opinion piece highlighting the University of Delaware's many research successes and detailing how its entrepreneurial spirit will power it as an even stronger engine for the 21st-century economy.
The News Journal, Sept. 10, 2014
Cole Galloway, UD professor of physical therapy, will be one of the over 70 experts speaking at the annual, global TEDMED health and medicine conference in Washington, D.C.
The News Journal, Sept. 9, 2014
Tara Manal, UD associate professor of physical therapy, was quoted in an article discussing the benefits of aerial work as part of a well-rounded fitness routine.
Newark Post, Sept. 5, 2014
In an effort to further ensure the safety of the University of Delaware's students, officials have instituted the LiveSafe app that allows students to communicate with the UD Police through audio, video, or text from their mobile phones.
WPVI Channel 6 News, Sept. 4, 2014
After battling a rare and aggressive non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, 6-year-old Danny Feltwell became the youngest member of the Blue Hens football team. He was able to join the team through the Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation, which holds annual fundraisers at UD.
Yorkshire (UK) Evening Post, Aug. 29, 2014
A research project in the U.K. is looking into the possibility of developing toy cars to aid children with disabilities after learning about the University of Delaware's “Go Baby Go!” research program.
Forbes, Aug. 28, 2014
An article written by UD's Dustin Sleesman, assistant professor of business administration, focuses on the importance of fairness in how much people are willing to pay for a product or service.
Asbury Park (New Jersey) Press, Aug. 22, 2014
Matthew Oliver, associate professor in UD's School of Marine Science and Policy, and Josh Kohut of Rutgers led a weeklong workshop for the Project CONVERGE program. The program allows student to interact with Antarctic researchers through blogs, interactive online classroom sessions and video conference calls.
USA Today, Aug. 20, 2014
The University of Delaware is one of only seven colleges to which Comcast is offering digital cable to residents of university housing in an attempt to reach a younger target market, and also received mention in an Aug. 21 Wall Street Journal article on the topic.
Delmarva Now, Aug. 19, 2014
As part of the University of Delaware's "Charging Up Delaware" program Willett Kempton, professor in the School of Marine Science and Policy and director of research in the Center for Carbon-Free Power Integration, and Kathy Harris, a graduate student in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, attended two summer workshop meetings in order to bring car-charging stations to Rehoboth Beach.
The News Journal, Aug. 19, 2014
The University of Delaware has expanded its College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment research program with the dedication of the new Robotic Discovery Laboratories in Lewes and the addition of a new research vessel, the R/V Joanne Daiber.
New Orleans Times-Picayune, Aug. 18, 2014
Researchers, including some from the University of Delaware, have discovered a way to detect unseen oil in water. This tool can help to further determine the ecological impacts of oil spills in the future.
National Geographic, Aug. 15, 2014
The University of Delaware partnered with researchers from the Amazon Center for Environmental Education and the Ese'Eja to perform cultural mapping and provide educational materials.
Huffington Post, Aug. 14, 2014
Roberta M. Golinkoff, Unidel H. Rodney Sharp Professor in the University of Delaware's School of Education, co-authored an article on the importance of teaching children to regulate their emotions, thoughts and behaviors.
U.S. News and World Report, July 16, 2014
Marsha Dickson, Irma Ayers Professor of Fashion and Apparel Studies and department chair, was quoted in an article about the working conditions in factories in the apparel industry.
- 10 UD alumni honored as Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement recipients
- UD study connects penguin chick weights to local weather conditions
- UD employees, faculty must collaborate to protect private, high-risk, sensitive information.
- Range of events for students planned to celebrate Halloween
- UD alumna to study therapy dog interaction