Research team to investigate power safety in data centers
Twilight Induction Ceremony welcomes University's Class of 2019
Wind turbine turns 5
UD's wind turbine in Lewes marks fifth year of clean energy generation, research
New UD Messenger
September 2015 issue of UD Messenger is now available online
New Blue Hens arrive
The University of Delaware welcomed more than 4,000 new Blue Hens, members of the Class of 2019, to campus on Saturday.
As a way to reach out to students and connect with the community, UD Police have begun a new social media initiative, "Selfies with Cops."
Researchers at the University of Delaware have discovered unique behaviors of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles that show promise as a phosphorus nanofertilizer and could be used to help slow the release of phosphorous in soils.
A recent study by Judith Herrman, professor of nursing at the University of Delaware, shows that while public opinion generally favors offering reproductive health services in schools, not everybody is on board.
Discover study abroad
The University of Delaware Institute for Global Studies will host a Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, Sept. 3, in the Trabant University Center and is accepting applications for the 2015-16 Delaware Diplomats Program.
The Confucius Institute at the University of Delaware is offering opportunities for members of the campus community to immerse themselves in Chinese language and culture.
Examining free will
A new book by Katherin Rogers, professor of philosophy at the University of Delaware, applies a medieval philosopher's work to a modern controversy over free will.
For the Record, Sept. 4, 2015
For the Record provides information about recent professional activities of University of Delaware faculty, staff, students and alumni.
The Delaware Environmental Institute has announced new recipients of graduate fellowships designed to bridge science and society.
Rachel Davidson, professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Delaware, is one of 31 women nationwide selected for the 2015-16 Executive Leadership in Academic Technology and Engineering program.
Mobile food cart pilot
University of Delaware Auxiliary Services has announced that it is offering a new food option, the Wandering Chef mobile food cart, on South Campus.
The Office of the Provost at UD has announced key changes in leadership for some of its reporting units. All changes were effective Sept. 1.
UD senior Jacki Coveleski has been named the Colonial Athletic Association field hockey player of the week and freshman Lisa Giezeman has been named rookie of the week.
Employee ticket deals
Special discount ticket prices are available to UD employees for the Friday, Sept. 4, football opener at Delaware Stadium.
Large investor vote varied in DuPont proxy war
News Journal, Sept. 3, 2015
UD's Charles Elson, director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, is quoted in an article about stances taken by large investors in the DuPont proxy fight.
Breaking the ice: Obama seeks to cement climate change legacy
NBC News, Aug. 31, 2015
John Byrne, director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy at the University of Delaware, was quoted in a report on President Barack Obama and policies on climate change.
Scientists find a way to combat racial bias among little kids
Huffington Post, Aug. 29, 2015
Research on racial stereotypes in infants by Paul Quinn, professor of psychological and brain sciences at the University of Delaware, is highlighted.