Global Stories

Taiwan performances
UD Wind Ensemble students and faculty reflect on their performances and experiences in Taiwan.
Relief for Nepal
Members of the University of Delaware community have banded together to provide support and relief for those affected by the April 25 and May 12 earthquakes in Nepal.
Fulbrights awarded
Four UD undergraduate and graduate students have been awarded prestigious Fulbright grants, bringing the University's total to six for 2015-16.
Inspirational efforts
The International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program honored its Class of 2015 in a ceremony held at the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Innovation rewarded
Three UD student projects have received seed funding from the Clinton Global Initiative University organization.
Citizen science
University of Delaware geography students are using high-resolution satellite images to update geographic maps of Kathmandu, Nepal, in the wake of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that occurred on April 25.
Young African leaders at UD
UD's Institute for Global Studies has announced that it has been selected for the second year as a Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders partner.
Fulbright summer hub
UD's Institute for Global Studies and English Language Institute have been selected to host two orientation programs for Fulbright students and scholars.
Fulbright to Ghana
Gretchen Bauer, professor and chair of UD's Department of Political Science and International Relations, will take a sabbatical leave in Ghana during spring 2016, adding another chapter to a career rooted in a passion for studying and teaching about sub-Saharan Africa.
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Tracking sharks

The News Journal, May 20, 2015

Work by scientists at UD and Delaware State University is highlighted in the newspaper's "Did You Know" feature about sharks along the Delaware coast.

DuPont spent $15 million to keep Peltz off board

The News Journal, May 19, 2015

UD corporate governance expert Charles Elson was quoted in an article about the money spent by DuPont in a proxy fight with investor Nelson Peltz. "It is $15 million that would have gone to the bottom line," Elson said. "The shareholders pay for the dispute."

Train derailment

WHYY Radio Times, May 13, 2015

Allan Zarembski, director of UD's Railroad Engineering and Safety Program, was featured in a segment on the Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia. He also appeared on CNN.


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