Graduate College Newsletter

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: May 15

    May 15, 2022 | Distributed by the Graduate College
    While sharing some of the year’s highlights at the last Graduate Student Government meeting, I forgot to mention our successful I Heart UD Day (IHUDD), so I thought I would provide an update here. Thanks to the generosity of our alumni and friends, we raised over $7,500 to spend on Graduate Student Organization activities for next year. It’s the first time we have attempted a coordinated effort with IHUDD.
  • Graduate College Newsletter: May 1

    May 01, 2022 | Distributed by the Graduate College
    When I was a teenager, I learned to repair cars and their engines out of necessity because I could not afford to have others do the work for me. I drove a Ford Pinto, so I had many opportunities to repair the car’s systems. Cars are much more reliable now, and I can afford to have the work done by others. Still, I prefer to do car repair and maintenance myself most of the time for two reasons. The first and most important reason is that I enjoy doing the work. It’s no longer about the money.“Evacuations? Really?” I asked. He was absolutely serious.
  • Graduate College Newsletter: April 18

    April 18, 2022 | Distributed by the Graduate College
    Mentoring, like many practices, has traditionally passed from mentor to mentee in graduate education. For many faculty, the final thing they help their students to learn is how to mentor their students and pass along the tradition. Now, as UD strives for excellence in graduate education, we seek to leverage the growing scientific body of work around mentorship. “Evacuations? Really?” I asked. He was absolutely serious.