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DSU's Division of Institutional Advancement recently hosted a number of regional HBCUs at its second annual Historically Black College and University Philanthropy Symposium on July 24-25, 2014.

DSU Jumpstart freshmen Ayanna Hatcher, Ashanna Goldsboro, Zaniyah Godley, Dallis Gerald, Joy Brown and Isaiah Collins participate in a paper-marbling training session at the John Dickerson Plantation in preparation for their Aug. 2 presentation at that state historic site.

STARS participants got a lot of hands-on experience in research techniques during the July 6 thru Aug. 2 DSU summer program.

The GEMS students got microscopic looks at DNA during their summer program at Delaware State University.

Seated (l-r) Dr. Huadong Yu, President of Changchun University of Science and Technology (CUST), and DSU President Harry L. Williams sign two agreements for joint academic program between the two institutions. Standing behind them (l-r): Ms. Yadong Bai, CUST associate director of International Affairs; Dr. Yong Yang, CUST Provost; Dr. Yanzhong Li, CUST vice president; Dr. Fengshan Liu, DSU Asst. Vice President for International Affairs; and an unidentified CUST staff member.


(L-r) DSU students Jacquaniese Washington, Jonpaul Brown and Kristyn Green were selected to take part in the U.S. Department of Education's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. As part of the event, the students spent time with living members of the Freedom Riders movement of the early 1960s.

The three-year grant – which totals $399,908 – will enable DSU to invest in information technology resources that will facilitate the implementation of cyber-learning that use web technology that can provide a rich and immersive learning environment.

Outgoing VP with Student Affairs directors: (l-r) Ebony Ramsey, Michelle Fisher, Pam Adams, Provost Alton Thompson, Stacy Downing, outgoing Student Affair VP Kemal Atkins and his wife Julia, Jeff DeMoss, Lisa Hinton, Jordin Williams, Phillip Holmes, Matt Fortune and Paula Duffy.

Scholarship Sunday Committee members Rev. Pamela Adams, DSU director of spiritual life and University chaplain; Rev. Frances Rogers, co-pastor of Central Baptist Church of Dover; Rev. Anthony Wallace, pastor of Crossroads Christian Church of Dover; Rev. Shanika Perry, executive minister at Bethel AME Church, Wilmington; hold a display check with DSU President Harry L. Williams, representing more than $25,000 raised in connection with the March 9 Scholarship Sunday


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