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Former DSU President William B. DeLauder (left), shown here at a past University event with U.S. Sen. Chris Coons and DSU President Harry L. Williams, recently was presented the Justin Smith Morrill Award in recognition of his long contributions to food and agriculture sciences.

It is the second time in the last three years that DSU has been honored by the Association of Public Land-grant Universities as the top 1890 land-grant institution.

The DSU Department of Housing and Residential Education shows off food it is donating to the Delaware Food Bank for Thanksgiving distribution to the needy. (L-r) Courtnei Parker-Morgan, RA; residential directors Schentel Jones and Robert Price; Shakira Sebastian, RA; and Director of Housing Phillip Holmes.


Idalis Stamas and Olivia Manning rehearse their respective roles as Gloria Mitchell and Vera Starks in a production that explores the discriminatory practices of Hollywood toward black actresses in the 1930s.

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities has honored David G. Turner for his DSU Board of Trustees leadership and service as well as his highly successful career as a business executive with Fortune 500 companies.

The DSU Concern Choir is led by Dr. Lloyd Mallory Jr., director of DSU Choral Activities -- shown here directing the choir during a 2013 performance at Delaware Legislative Hall. The Concert Choir will perform Nov. 13-15 with two other HBCU choirs and the Philadelphia Orchestra in the world premiere of Hannibal Lokumbe's One Land, One River, One People at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia.

Sharnada Martin was selected as Allstate Quotes for Education Ambassador because of her academic excellence and her constructive extracurricular pursuits. Through the Allstate's QDF program -- which Ms. Martin is helping to promote -- the insurance provider donates $10 toward scholarships for HBCU students every time someone calls for a quote estimate.

(Seated l-r) Dr. Lazarus Angbazo, president of GE International, Nigeria, and DSU President Harry Williams sign a partnership accord. Standing (l-r): Donna Covington, College of Bus. dean; Dr. Dyremple Marsh, College of Ag dean, Dr. Marsha Horton, College of Ed., Health & Publ. Policy dean; Provost Alton Thompson; Pamela Hall, managing dir., GE Healthcare, Nigeria; Vita Pickrum, Instit. Adv. VP, Dr. Clytrice Watson, College of Math. Nat. Sci. & Techn. dean; and Dr. Teresa Hardee, DSU COO.

DSU Police Chief Harry Downes Jr. shares his perspective on risk and safety at DSU, while Dr. Stacey Downing, vice president of Student Affairs, listens. Both were among the panelists that participated in the "State of Risk Summit," one of a number of sessions that took place during Risky Business Week.

(L-r) Dr. Devdeep Maity, asst. professor of business admin.; Jim Waddington, Kent County Economic Dev. executive director; Judy Diogo, Central Del. Chamber of Commerce president; Leah Williams, DSU MBA graduate student; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Julian Vanderhost, DSU alumnus and SAP Product Specialist; Donna Covington, dean of the College of Business; Dr. Teresa Hardee, chief operating officer; and Vita Pickrum, vice president of Institutional Advancement.



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