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Whatever your ambitions are, you can make them happen at the University of Delaware. In every one of our 150 majors, our nurturing faculty and supportive, energetic community will empower you to make an impact. 

Black History Month

Throughout February and beyond, UD is celebrating the critical contributions and activism of African Americans through events, speakers and community service projects. 

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Coronavirus: What you need to know

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus - known as COVID-19 - first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. There have been no confirmed cases in Delaware. 

Feb. 15 Coronavirus (COVID-19) update: Second student cleared
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Feb. 18 Study Abroad & Global Studies Fair

Join the Institute for Global Studies and the Center for Global & Area Studies as they present a world of opportunities to explore the globe—both on campus and through UD study abroad programs.

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Admitted student campus visits

Register for a weekday admitted student visit or join us for a Decision Day, our admitted student open houses this spring on Feb. 29, March 21 and April 18. 

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UD celebrates Engineers Week Feb. 16-22

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Extending Our Reach

When 4-year-old Sarah was born with arthrogryposis, her family feared she wouldn't have the ability to move her arms or legs. But UD Professor Michele Lobo had designed an exoskeleton that helps babies like Sarah move their arms and build their muscles. Lobo's Move 2 Learn Innovation Laboratory is part of UD's community that fosters impactful research with life-changing results.  

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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.

Kali Kneil

Professor of Microbial Food Safety

Kali Kneil specializes in food safety and can discuss precautions and concerns related to Thanksgiving cooking and products. She focuses on food science and food processing and works on understanding transmission and risks associated with Salmonella and E. coli.

Jaehee Jung

Professor of Fashion & Apparel Studies

Jaehee Jung examines the psychology of consumer behavior, particularly in regards to clothing and appearance behaviors across cultures. Her research also focuses on apparel branding and consumer culture, especially cultural influences on marketing strategies.