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For questions on a specific program, the graduate program director in each department can serve as a contact for further information.

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ANFS food science lab work
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Medical entomology exam
ANFS food science lab work

Soil scientist Yan Jin awarded University’s highest faculty honor: youtube.com/watch?v=Rh__5gorAvo

Research News
  • Delaware sewers provide a clearer view of COVID numbers

    July 26, 2022 | Written by Johnny Perez-Gonzalez of WHYY
    WHYY examines wastewater testing for COVID-19, including the work of the UD Center for Environmental and Wastewater Epidemiological Research.
  • Salty farms

    July 25, 2022 | Written by Adam Thomas
    UD is part of a multi-institutional team researching this problem and trying to develop a tool to help farmers better prepare themselves against damaging salt patches.
  • Food insecurity

    June 09, 2022 | Written by Kate Nyquist and Adam Thomas
    Kyle Davis, an assistant professor who researches food insecurity, said that the main implication of not reaching this goal is that “humanity will not be able to provide sufficient and nutritious food for all people on the planet if current crop production patterns persist.”
  • Bracing our crops

    May 02, 2022 | Written by Dante LaPenta
    In just about every corner of the globe, maize is an essential crop. Americans, who call it corn, dedicate more than 90 million acres to it — roughly the same size as the entire state of Montana. But a crop is only valuable if you can harvest it. Researcher Ashley Hostetler identifies traits that help crops survive in harsh environments
  • Not everyone watches TV advertising

    Article by Ira Porter | August 16, 2022

    UD Prof. Matthew McGranaghan examines new technology that give a different look at TV advertising

  • Unfolding the universe

    Article by Beth Miller | August 15, 2022

    UD grad Elaine Stewart savors first images from James Webb Space Telescope

  • Rising stars in landscape architecture

    Article and video by Kate Zincone | August 15, 2022

    UD courses and research experiences help landscape architecture majors hone post-graduation plans

  • Not everyone watches TV advertising

    Article by Ira Porter | August 16, 2022

    UD Prof. Matthew McGranaghan examines new technology that give a different look at TV advertising

  • Discovering plant science

    Article, photos and video by Michele Walfred | August 03, 2022

    Millsboro’s Aaron Doll discovers the science of agriculture, interns with researchers at UD’s Carvel Center in Georgetown

  • Unfolding the universe

    Article by Beth Miller | August 15, 2022

    UD grad Elaine Stewart savors first images from James Webb Space Telescope

A video of Transforming Lives with Scholarships: Shem Msabila, Marcia & Jim Borel: youtube.com/watch?v=FvfcsQJw8Sw

Shem Msabila, ANR24, from Tanzania, Africa never even imagined the possibility of researching plants in the United States. He had heard “no” too many times to have hope in pursuing research that will make a difference in his home country. But funding from Marcia and Jim Borel helped Shem experience more that he could have ever dreamed.

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