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Gov. Markell, Delaware State University
On May 3, Gov. Jack Markell signed Senate Joint Resolution No. 8, which honors DSU in the observance of its 125th anniversary. Sponsored by State Sen. Brian Bushweller and State Rep. Sean Lynn, the below Senate Joint Resolution No. 8 reads:     DELAWARE STATE SENATE 148th GENERAL ASSEMBLY
DSU Research, optics
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded Delaware State University a $215,000 research instrumentation grant that will enable the purchase of a Photomask Aligner (PMA).
DSU, HBCU All-Star
The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) has named Delaware State University junior Edgar Ortiz among its 2016 HBCU All-Stars.
DSU, Immigration Reform, Education Relief
The Opportunity Scholarship has become an exciting reality at DSU for 34 immigrant students who otherwise would have virtually no higher education option in the United States.
DSU, Ivory Coast, partnership
Toward what could be a future new international partnership, DSU President Harry L. Williams recently met with Guy Beugué, who is the founder and president of the Groupe Scolaire Les Benoits (GDB) -- a leading high school in the West African country of Ivory Coast. Located in the city of Divo, the high school has a total enrollment of 2,000 students.
DSU, Baseball, Dusty Baker
Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker paid a visit to Delaware State University and showed students that one can have a highly successful career while at the same time remaining down-to-earth with everyday people. 
DSU, TRIO Award
Delaware State University President Harry L. Williams has been named among the honorees of the 2016 National TRIO Achiever Award in recognition of his career accomplishments.
DSU, Immigration Relief
It was a meeting between the “Dreamers” and the people who have made their academic dreams come true.
Dr. Kevina Vulinec, Fulbright, bats
Dr. Kevina Vulinec, who because of her longtime research on bat species has been referred to as “batwoman” and as an “ambassador of bats,” has had her titled expanded to include “ambassador of international scholars." Dr. Vulinec, DSU professor of wildlife ecology, has been named a Fulbright Alumni Ambassador who will help to promote the prestigious scholars program.
DSU, Dr. William Adams, National Endowment for the Humanities
Dr. William D. Adams, the chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, visited DSU on Sept. 7.
DSU, Art, Diane Lorio
The Delaware State University Art Center/Gallery is currently exhibiting a show of pattern works entitled “Zigzag” by Dover artist Diane Lorio.
DSU, Diversity
Delaware State University has moved up seven spots to 14th in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and 4th on the list for top ranking public HBCU.
DSU, songbird migration research
Armando Alberto Aispuro, a graduate student in Natural Resources, has won 1st place for his oral presentation at a recent National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) competition.
DSU, Jamar Jeffers, Convocation
As he stood before an audience in an Education and Humanities Theatre packed with freshmen, faculty, staff, administrators and Board of Trustees members, Dr. Jamar Jeffers reflected back to his beginnings in 1998 as a DSU freshman.
DSU, Dr. Dolores Finger Wright, State Human Relations Commission
Dr. Delores Finger Wright, an associate professor of social work at Delaware State University, has been appointed by Gov. Jack Markell to serve as a member of the State Human Relations Commission.
DSU, Residence Hall Association, Habitat for Humanity
The DSU Residence Hall Association sacrificed a good part of their Saturday on Sept. 17 to join forces with Habitat for Humanity to help build a home for a family in need.