UD in the News
NBC Nightly News, March 28, 2015
The University of Delaware, which is part of a nationwide study, was featured in a segment on concussions.
Associated Press, March 26, 2015
Douglas Tallamy, professor of entomology and wildlife ecology, is quoted in an article about threats to the diversity of plant life in New England. "We have come to see plants simply as decorations and we just want to have pretty landscapes, but in doing that we have forgotten all the ecological roles that they play," he said.
News Journal, March 19, 2015
Susan Strasser, Richards Professor Emerita of American History, is quoted in an article concerning the tradition of spring cleaning.
USA Today, March 19, 2015
Danilo Yanich, associate professor of public policy and administration, is quoted in a column about overwhelming political advertising. "There's no way for a citizen to make his way through the bombardment and onslaught and make an informed decision," Yanich said.
WHYY 'Radio Times,' March 18, 2015
Allan Zarembski, research professor and director of UD's Railroad Engineering and Safety Program, is featured in a segment on safety on the nation's freight and commuter railroad tracks.
The New York Times, March 16, 2015
Katherine Grier, professor of history and director of the museum studies program, is quoted in an article about centennial celebrations being planned at four American museums.
Boston Globe, March 12, 2015
UD's Thomas Fernsler, well known as "Dr. 13," is featured in an article on triskaidekaphobia. "This whole year is kind of weird for some people, but it's cool to me," he said.
USA Today, March 10, 2015
Many students at the University of Delaware joined The Review, the school newspaper, because they enjoy writing and hope to pursue a career in journalism. What they did not expect was to inherit a significant deficit. Like many other print editorials, UD's student newspaper is suffering from decreased advertising revenue.
News Journal, March 10, 2015
A review credits the University of Delaware's Resident Ensemble Players for a "magnificent production" of Sean O'Casey's Irish classic, “Juno and the Paycock.”
News Journal, March 9, 2015
State prison officials and state legislators have expressed concern about legislation that would reduce the use of solitary confinement. Benjamin Fleury-Steiner, UD associate professor of sociology and criminal justice, is in favor of the proposal, citing studies that detail the numerous adverse effects of solitary confinement and its frequent misuse on those with undiagnosed mental illnesses.
News Journal, March 9, 2015
Travis Pollen, a University of Delaware graduate student who was born missing a leg, has a personal training certification and is pursuing a master's degree in biomechanics.
WDDE, March 10, 2015
William Farquhar, chair of the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, was one of several authors of a review that was recently published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. In the review, Farquhar says that high levels of sodium intake, “can have adverse effects on various target organs, like the heart, the blood vessels, the kidney.”
News Journal, March 7, 2015
In an op-ed, UD's Leland Ware, the Louis L. Redding Chair for the Study of Law and Public Policy, explores how unconscious discrimination is hurting minority students at all age levels.
News Journal, March 4, 2015
Research on shear-thickening fluid by Norman Wagner of UD's Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering offers protection for members of the military and health care providers.
News Journal, March 3, 2015
Nancy Targett, dean of UD's College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, spoke about the high stakes for the state as it adopts a Climate Change Framework.
- Maryland's Sedlacek to speak on alternative measures of student potential
- Parasuraman to visit UD for lecture on customer service and productivity
- University Women's Caucus announces April 23 meeting, election
- Library exhibits 'Clean Elections: Sen. Williams and the Voting Rights Act of 1965'
- University's English Language Institute offers evening program beginning April 29