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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. 

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University of Delaware students are in action this summer - through research, community service, internships and study abroad programs.

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Sal Mistry

Sal Mistry

Assistant Professor of Management, Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics

Mistry, who joined the University of Delaware's Department of Business Administration this summer as an assistant professor of management, seeks to unpack factors that shape fragmentation and integration within and between leaders, individuals and teams through his research. Mistry earned his doctoral degree from Texas A&M University and spent 17 years as a professional across more than 13 industries.

Mistry's work has been published in several industry journals, and many of his articles and white papers have been picked up by the press. Recently, the Harvard Business Review featured Mistry's research team in the article "The 4 Things Resilient Teams Do," which offered advice for building a more resilient team. 

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Our most important job at the University of Delaware is leading our students to success 
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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.

Erin Cassesse

Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations

Erin Cassese studies the behavior of women as voters and candidates for political office in the U.S. She also specializes in political psychology, gender stereotypes, public opinion and elections.

Jennifer Horney

Founding Director and Professor, Epidemiology Program

Jennifer Horney is an expert in disease outbreaks, especially following hurricanes, wildfires, floods and other natural disasters. She trains rapid response teams around the world and advises the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the topic.

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