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Delaware State University students who are making a mark on the world.
A team of faculty scientists from the DSU’s Department of Chemistry has been awarded a three-year $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation that will expand the research capacity of its doctoral program into the materials chemistry arena.
Delaware State University recently celebrated the fruits of one of its international partnerships with the completion of a group of graduates from a joint academic program.
Delaware State University recently named three faculty members as the institution’s 2015 Faculty Excellence Award recipients. Faculty Excellence Award for Teaching – Dr. Frank Gazda, associate professor of music
The Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) recently held a two-week Solo Flight Academy for about 20 high school-aged students at the Delaware Air Park.
DSU Police Department Awards - 2015
James Paige (l) receives the Civilian of the Year Award from Chief Harry Downes Jr.
Delaware two U.S. Senators joined DSU Facilities and Athletics personnel for a June 30 cookout at the President’s Residence and then paid a visit to DSU's newest structure – the Optical Science Center for Applied Research.
The Dr. Jerome H. Holland Statue Committee recently held a June 25 luncheon with a group of DSU alumni, which culminated in $11,100 in donations toward the permanent memorial that is to be erected in honor of the sixth president in the history of the institution.
Gov. Jack Markell has appointed longtime higher education administrator Dr. Wilma Mishoe to serve a six-year term on the DSU Board of Trustees.
Two groups of youths are learning how science, technology, engineering and math impacts the lives people on a daily basis through two summer programs – Legos! Legos! Legos! for grades K-3, and the Mindstorm Robotics, both being held at DSU
With the successful completion of its inaugural ninth grade class, the Early College High School at Delaware State University (ECHS@DSU) is welcoming a new class of freshmen that will join the 10th grade class in the novel secondary school.
The U.S. Department of the Navy recently announced that Dr. Mukti Rana, associate professor and chair of the DSU Department of Physics and Engineering, has been selected to receive a grant award as part of the Office of Naval Research’s 2015 Young Investigator Program
DSU’s College of Business recently completed a critical step in becoming a Center of Excellence where faculty from other HBCUs will be trained on the advanced technologies of business software giant SAP SE.
A DSU dean and department chair recently traveled to China to give separate series of lectures and also explore possible student exchanges.