Campus Stories

SAT prep begins Nov. 1
The University of Delaware is offering an intensive test prep course on Sunday afternoons, Nov. 1-22, for high school students who wish to prepare for the SAT.
First Year Common Reader
Bryan Stevenson, author of 'Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption,' offered a message of hope and positive change at a UD First Year Common Reader talk.
A powerful movement
Scholar and commentator James Braxton Peterson spoke at UD about the 'powerful and emerging' Black Lives Matter movement.
Ask Watson
UD's Michela Taufer collaborated with a colleague at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center to provide her students with industry-relevant operating systems projects.
Fall music
With the fall semester in full swing, UD's must-see musical performances of the year continue with the announcement by the UD Orchestra of its upcoming season.
Healthcare Theatre
Delaware's unique Healthcare Theatre Program provides a blueprint for cross-disciplinary teamwork in higher education.
Statewide Master Gardeners
Individuals training to become Cooperative Extension Master Gardener volunteer educators met at UD's Newark campus on Sept. 21, for their first, in-person, statewide meeting.
Defining and defending the cyber-landscape
Established at the University of Delaware in 2014, the Cybersecurity Initiative is addressing a billion-dollar problem through new education programs, workforce training, and support for scholarly research.
Festive dedication
UD's new Caesar Rodney Complex on Academy Street, part of a larger plan to bring first-year students together on the east side of campus, was dedicated Oct. 2.
Makers in the making
Two teams of University of Delaware students were among the crowd at the recent Maker Faire in New York, and the Assistive Medical Technologies Club came away with two awards.
Diversity commitment
UD's College of Arts and Sciences is commiting $1 million on a recurring basis to develop new programs to expand diversity.
Ramble on Broad Creek
The Fall Ramble on Broad Creek showcases "what could be" in the Sussex County municipality of Laurel.
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UD coastal scientist receives $1 million federal grant to study undetonated explosives on beaches

WDDE-FM, Sept. 28, 2015

Jack Puleo, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Delaware, has received a grant from the Department of Defense to study undetonated munitions on beaches.

Changing American families

News Journal, Sept. 26, 2015

Bahira Sherif Trask, professor and chair of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Delaware, discusses families and the rapid transformations that have been seen in recent years.

Here's the reason you're such a klutz

Her Magazine, Sept. 21, 2015

Charles (Buz) Swanik, associate professor of the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at the University of Delaware, is quoted in an article discussing a study he is leading about why some people are more accident-prone than others.


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