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A series of offices on the third floor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center have been renovated and re-established as the new Student Organizations Complex.
DSU held its 2014 December Commencement on Dec. 13 in the Memorial Hall Gymnasium where more than 200 graduates received their diplomas. For images of the December Commencement, click on the below link followed by more information about the graduation event:
DSU President Harry L. Williams hosted a Jan. 12 luncheon meeting on campus with Dr. Lazarus A. Angbazo, the CEO and President of GE Nigeria, and Pamela Hall, managing director of GE Healthcare in Nigeria. The meeting was also a homecoming for Ms. Hall, an alumna who earned a BS in Physics and Mathematics from DSU in 1994.
In honor of the life and vision of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Toyota Financial Services (TFS) announced Jan. 16 that it has made a donation of $10,000 to Delaware State University as part of a total of $50,000 the automobile producer awarded to five Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs).  
Although classes were not held Jan.19 in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, the University was still very active in the two community events that celebrated the civil rights leader. The DSU Concert Choir performed at the annual Alpha Phi Alpha MLK Jr. Prayer Breakfast, where DSU President Harry L. Williams and a group of administrators and faculty were in attendance.
DSU’s University Center for Economic Development and International Trade (UCEDIT) has launched a new Economic Development Leadership Institute to cultivate future global business leaders from among DSU students.