Hens top William and Mary for CAA men's basketball championship
A silent disease
UD researcher seeks help for those with osteoporosis
Pew Research Center's Wike discusses public opinion around the world
ISE Lab impact
Faculty, students featured in video share how ISE Lab is making its mark at UD
MLK Day of Service
In honor of the work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., University of Delaware Residence Life and Housing hosted the third annual MLK Day of Service on Feb. 22.
The University of Delaware Library Student Multimedia Showcase celebrated projects created by UD students using the resources available in the Student Multimedia Design Center.
Underwater robotics expert Vince Capone will share his experience helping retrieve Apollo 11 engines from the bottom of the ocean at a March 12 seminar for students.
A strong partnership
At a Delaware-CTR ACCEL meeting this week, researchers reflected on the program's strengths in a series of talks and workshops.
UD's Carla Guerron Montero has received a Fulbright to study descendants of Brazil's slaves who are opening their communities to tourism.
World of wine
Students in a beverage management course offered by the Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management had the opportunity to learn about wines abroad and brought a little insight to Vita Nova's spring menu.
New vice president
After a national search, Christopher H. Lucier has been selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants to serve as the founding vice president for enrollment management at UD.
José-Luis Riera has been named dean of students at UD, Dawn Thompson, vice president for student life, has announced.
University of Delaware students, faculty and staff are invited to nominate outstanding individuals, groups and events for the University Student Centers' YoUDee Leadership Awards.
Ballroom dance honors
Members of the University of Delaware Ballroom Dance Team won multiple honors at the UPenn Classic.
UD faculty are invited to participate in a variety of online and on-campus events during Open Education Week, March 10-15.
Social media: #SMWNYC
In this week's installment of the social media blog, the digital content team recaps some useful information from Social Media Week.
Junior Latoya James became the first student-athlete in UD history to capture an individual title at the ECAC indoor championships, winning the 60-meter hurdles.
UD freshman Logan Aunon has been named the Colonial Athletic Association men's lacrosse rookie of the week.
Yahoo searches for two directors to address weak link
New York Times, January 17, 2014
Charles Elson, director, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, commented on decisions made about executive compensation.
Hydrogel could dispense pain-killing medicine to joints as they move
Gizmag, January 16, 2014
Article describes work of scientists at the University of Delaware who are developing a hydrogel that can be injected and released when the joint is used.
Green chemists use rocket science and chicken feathers to create cow-less leather
Fast Company, January 13, 2014
Article describes work of
Richard Wool, professor, chemical and bimolecular engineering, has made tape and tractor parts out of soybean oil. One day, his Eco-leather might make a radically different kind of running shoe.