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Flanked Dr. Marsha Horton (l), dean of the College of Education, Health & Public Policy, and Dr. Sharon Mills-Wisneski, Nursing Dept. chair, the class of 2016 – the newest group to be admitted in the DSU Nursing Program – poses after receiving their white coats during the Sept. 20 ceremony.

The 2014 Employee Recognition awardees (l-r): Tracy Channel, Rosetta Brickhouse, Jessica Wilson, Kamillah Lewis, Michelle Martin, Bina Daniels, Jennifer Ridgely, Jacqueline Jones, DSU President Harry L. Williams, Irene Chapman-Hawkins, Lorene Robinson, Duane Henry, Phillip Holmes, Dr. Raymond Tutu, Dr. Jung Lim-Lee (ck sp) and Dr. Clytrice Watson.

David Turner, vice chair of the DSU Board of Trustees, DSU alumnus (’86) and last year’s Convocation keynote speaker, sits next to Michael Feeney, DSU alumnus (’05) and the 2014 Convocation keynote speaker.

Dr. Bertrand Hankoua, a College of Ag food and nutritional sciences researcher, has been awarded an almost $500,000 grant that he will use to study the use of high biomass yielding energy grasses for conversion to biofuels.

The Hornet faithful emerge from the DSU Fan Center tent to see the approaching storm – an actual storm, not the DSU band – rolling onto the UD campus. The thunder and lightning that came with the storm, along with the other band of storms following it, caused the DSU vs. UD game to be postponed until next day.

Lori Crawford, DSU associate professor of art, makes some adjustments to her digital artwork entitled “The Curtain with Inner Thoughts” one of 18 works that will be exhibited at the Biggs Museum in Dover from Sept. 5 to Oct. 26.

(L-r) U.S. Senators Chris Coons and Tom Carper; ECHS Director Judi Coffield; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Provost Alton Thompson; Dr. Claibourne Smith, chairman of the DSU Board of Trustees; and Dr. Teresa Hardee, ECHS Board of Directors member and vice president of Finance, all join in on the cutting of the ribbon at the Early College High School.

After an opening day assembly, the inaugural students of the Early College High School quickly got down to academic business.

The freshmen class is estimated to be about 900 students strong at DSU.



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