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Delaware State University, Anniversary
DSU has gotten an early start in celebrating its 125th anniversary by holding a kickoff event on April 22 in the MLK Student Center and then by forming a human “125” formation on the Alumni Stadium football field the following week. For images from those two events, click on the below link.
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
Delaware State University, Approaching Storm Band
Delaware State University has announced the retirement of Director of Bands Randolph J. Johnson, who has been the director of bands at DSU for a total of 20 years. 
Delaware State University, faculty awards
Delaware State University recently honored three faculty members as its 2016 Faculty Excellence Award recipients. Honored were: Faculty Excellence Award for Teaching – Dr. Andrew D. Lloyd, associate professor of biological sciences.
DSU, Testing Center, NTCA
Delaware State University’s Testing Services and Programs Office has been awarded the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Test Center Certification for meeting the national standards for such work.
2106 DSU Retirees
Delaware State University hosted its annual President’s Banquet for Retirees on June 16, featuring seven of the fifteen employees who retired during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Swearing in of new board member
The DSU Board of Trustees welcomed a new member to its august body and bid adieu to three outgoing members during its June 16 public meeting. Board of Trustees Chairman David G. Turner formally swore in John Ridgeway, a Toyota corporate manager and DSU alumnus, as its newest member.
DSU Study Abroad Poland
DSU President Harry L. Williams made a trip to Poland where he met face to face for the first time with Dr. Antoni Bukaluk, the president of the Uniwersytet Technologiczno-Przyrodniczy (UTP), also known in English as the University of Technology and Life Sciences of Poland.
DSU, Verizon, Summer Camp
Delaware State University and Verizon today announced a partnership to provide STEM education to minority middle school boys in Delaware starting this summer.
DSU, Ningbo Univ. of Technology, Commencement
DSU President Harry L. Williams led a delegation to China to attend the June 23 Commencement Ceremony at Ningbo University of Technology (NBUT), a special event that honored and celebrated the Ningbo seniors who successfully completed DSU’s accounting program.
DSU, Kenya
DSU President Harry L. Williams receives a gift from H.E. Daniel Waithanka, governor of Nyandarua, a county in Kenya.
M&T Bank, Del State
M&T Bank recently became DSU’s newest corporate partner as it has committed $50,000 to help DSU students with their higher education cost. The donation establishes the M&T Scholars Program, a scholarship opportunity that will be available to any full-time student who meets the criteria of possessing a 2.5 GPA and being a native of the U.S.
DSU internship, accounting
India Sage Williams at her CBS News internship site.
DSU, HBCU award
Delaware State University made its mark at the recent 2016 Historically Black Colleges and Universities Awards as Dr. Jalaal Hayes – a December 2015 Ph.D. graduate – received the HBCU Male Student of the Year Award.
DSU, recycling, green
Linda Milligan of Institutional Advancement rids her area of unneeded paper and folders as part of the GOT PAPER? campaign.
DSU, Nova Scotia, Black History
A group of DSU students spent a week learning Black History that actually extends into Canada through their “Nova Scotia Study Abroad Summer 2016” experience.
DSU, Media training
Dr. Myna German, professor of mass communications, is bringing back the latest in emerging journalism technologies after she was selected to take part in the seventh annual Dow Jones News Fund Multimedia Academy held at the University of Texas in El Paso.
DSU, Tom Carper
U.S. Sen. Tom Carper (l) receives a briefing on the latest DSU developments from University President Harry L. Williams.
DSU, Barclays Bank, Mobile App
The inaugural cohort of the first-ever Del State Mobile App Academy recently completed a six-week technology “boot camp” in which the participants learned coding skills that enable them to design apps.