Global Stories

Champion change
Senators Chris Coons and Tom Carper offered inspirational messages when they met with young global leaders at the University of Delaware last month.
Global stories
Through several international programs based at the University of Delaware, students and young leaders from Africa and the Middle East have gained important civic leadership skills.
Kenya's future innovators
Staff from the Lerner College's Horn Program visited Kenya, where young entrepreneurs shared innovative projects in energy, marketing, security and agriculture.
English language learning
The English Language Institute's Semi-Intensive Evening Class Program offers visiting scholars, graduate students and their spouses with a cost-effective opportunity to improve English language skills.
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Samsung's duel with Elliott: The activist challenge isn't over

Forbes, Aug. 24, 2015

Charles Elson, director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance at the University of Delaware, is quoted in an article about the battle between Samsung and Elliott Associates.

Chemours Edge Moor plant closing is 'ominous' sign

News Journal, Aug. 21, 2015

James Butkiewicz, professor and chair of the University of Delaware's Department of Economics, is quoted in an article about the decision by Chemours to close its Edge Moor plant and what that means as the DuPont spin-off seeks a new headquarters site. "All of the signs are very ominous for Delaware," he said.

Are thunderstorms on the rise in the Mid-Atlantic?

WDDE, Aug. 20, 2015

Dan Leathers, professor of geography at the University of Delaware and state climatologist, was quoted in an article about the prevalence of thunderstorms. He said "thunderstorms are very much now the way they have been," with the difference being the ability to share information.


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