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Kelsey Cheatham (l) and Alicia Pinkett -- posing alongside their art pieces -- are two of the five artists going out in a creative blaze of glory with their respective works in the current Senior Capstone Exhibition at the DSU Art Center/Gallery.

Standing with the bags of toiletries and other items collected for patients of the Delaware Hospital for the Chronically Ill are OSCAR's Dr. Sokratis Makrogiannis, Dr. M. Amir Khan, Deborah Roussell, Julien McCray, Rohina Niamat, Jacquelyn Jones, Dr. Renu Tripathi, Alleesa Stewart and Dr. Matthew Bobrowski.

(From l-r) Christopher Maiyaki, director of Special Duties at the Nigerian Universities Commission; DSU President Harry L. Williams; and Dr. Lazarus A. Angbazo, president and CEO of GE Nigeria, pose for a photo after the completion of a GE-DSU Partners Network Forum that was held during the trip.

Dr. Harry L. Williams and Dr. Robin Williams welcomed a host of students at the residents to celebrate the Christmas season with the annual Open House.

Donna Covington (l), dean of the College of Business, receives congratulations from Robert Martinelli, publisher of Delaware Today, during the Dec. 1 Women in Business recognition luncheon held at the Heritage Shore Club in Bridgeville, Del.

(L-r) Longtime former Jason library employee Cassius Lewis, University Archivist Rejoice Scherry, DSU alumna Mary (Maloy) Scott, DSU President Harry Williams and Dr. Rebecca Batson, dean of University Libraries, cut the ribbon and dedicate the new University Archives' location within the William C. Jason Library on campus.

DSU junior Mia E. Jones is presented as the new 2017 Miss Delaware USA by the outgoing 2016 Miss Delaware USA Alexandra Vorontsova at the end of the pageant held Nov. 26-27 near Wilmington.

Edward Addison, a junior chemistry/biological sciences double major, took 1st place in the Physical Sciences category for his research poster, of which he did much of the work in the late spring during a research abroad trip with nine other DSU students to the University of Science and Technology in Poland.

(L-r) Lorren Perry and Tiana Proctor teamed up together to win $500 for their video submission in a recent Newseum Institute competition. They were among three DSU students to win monetary awards in the contest.

This group of DSU students, faculty and staff were able to get one of hottest tickets in the nation's capital and visit the new National Museum of African American History and Culture, the 19th Smithsonian museum to be opened in Washington, D.C.


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