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The aim of the Graduate College Newsletter is to showcase the latest news and developments within the University of Delaware Graduate College community. Learning and working alongside exceptional faculty at first-class facilities, our graduate students drive innovative research, exemplify excellence in teaching and gain the knowledge, skills and experience to truly make a difference in the world. We hope the newsletter will serve as a central hub of information and resources that will enable you to achieve your academic, professional and personal pursuits and help you thrive during your time on campus and beyond.

Newsletter Editions
  • Graduate College Newsletter: January 22

    January 22, 2023 | Distributed by the Graduate College
    More years ago than I would care to write, I finished my master’s degree at the University of California, Berkeley and moved to Tucson, Arizona, to begin doctoral studies at the University of Arizona. Then, as now, stipends helped offset living expenses. I was living independently and expecting to have a rougher go of things because my TA stipend was going to drop by more than 10%. I soon learned that the reality was very different. I actually had a much higher quality of life in Tucson on a lower stipend.
  • Graduate College Newsletter: January 8

    January 08, 2023 | Distributed by the Graduate College
    It’s a time for resolutions that will help us grow and be better people. Another New Year’s tradition that my wife and I keep is that we craft a brief one-page “holiday letter” to our distant friends and relatives. In it, we tell the story of what we have been doing for the last year. The exercise forces us to think through what is most important in our lives, casting away the trivial and distilling the most essential threads to a sentence or two. It’s a great exercise in reflection.
  • Graduate College Newsletter: December 18

    December 18, 2022 | Distributed by the Graduate College
    We wish you a happy and relaxing holiday season and continued success in 2023 - Dean Rossi and the Graduate College.