Welcome to the University of Delaware

The latest news from the University of Delaware

Today's Stories

Faculty Spotlight

Kent Messer

Kent Messer

S. Hallock du Pont Professor of Applied Economics | College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Kent Messer, S. Hallock du Pont Professor of Applied Economics in the Department of Applied Economics & Statistics and the Director of the Center for Experimental & Applied Economics, applies behavioral science and experimental economics to problems in the nexus of agriculture and the environment. Messer is the project director of Project WiCCED, a $23 million interdisciplinary, multi-institutional project investigating challenges in the changing coastal environment of Delaware. Having published more than 75 publications, Messer also has served as editor of the Agricultural and Resource Economics Review and written two textbooks. His recent book, β€œThe Science of Strategic Conservation: Protecting More with Less,” was published in 2018.

Events

More UD events >

Connect

Winter Session adventures

Blue Hens from all seven of UD's colleges are beginning the new year abroad, broadening their outlook through programs on healthcare in Australia, international business in Vietnam, communications in Morocco and dozens more.

Read more

2018 in review: A year of momentum for UD 

The University of Delaware wraps up an inspiring year of campus expansion, community impact and innovative research - setting the foundation for generations of Blue Hens to come. 

small science, big impact

Imagine a world where cell phones and laptops can be charged in a matter of minutes. At UD, Professor Thomas H. Epps, III and his team have patented an idea to improve lithium battery performance.

Read more

Transforming UD Athletics

The University community celebrates the start of the renovation of Delaware Stadium and creation of the Whitney Athletic Center with a groundbreaking ceremony.

  Read more on UDaily

  Get Involved

400+ Academic Experts

 

Renowned for their expertise, research and diverse opinions, University of Delaware experts regularly provide insight into breaking news and our world's greatest challenges.

David Redlawsk

James R. Soles Professor, Political Science and International Relations

 

David Redlawsk is a nationally known authority on politics who researches campaigns, elections, voter decision making and emotional responses to campaign information.

Wendy Smith

Professor of Business Administration

 

Wendy Smith is an expert on the #metoo movement who studies workplace issues and mentors female leaders in business.

UD is a community where we celebrate our individual and collective achievements, 

where we respect diverse backgrounds,
values and viewpoints.

 

Find out more

Celebrating the achievements of UD women

df-stackedfull-LR