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
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, 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.
DSU, Dr. Debbie Harrington, DSU Board of Trustees
The Delaware State University Board of Trustees today swore in its newest member -- Dr. Debbie Harrington, a retired U.S. Army colonel.
DSU, UCEDIT, Economic Development
Delaware State University’s Center for Economic Development and International Trade (UCEDIT) has won a $110,500 contract from the Delaware Department of Labor and the City of Wilmington for work it will do in connection with the state’s TRAIN (Today’s Reinvestments Around Industry Needs) program.
DSU, Sexual Assault
Delaware State University has joined with other Delaware institutions of higher education to make a statement against incidents of sexual assaults.
DSU, U.S. Constitution
People interested in constitution law at DSU witnessed a debate Sept. 28 on the issue whether the country’s foremost guiding document should be judicially interpreted through an “originalism” philosophy or as a “living document.
Clark Fox, DSU Arts Center/Gallery, George Washington
Clark Fox does some restorative touch-ups on one of his works before it is hung in the DSU Arts Center/Gallery.
DSU, Mr. and Miss DSU
Delaware State University honored its new royalty during the annual Coronation Ceremony on Oct. 9 as it crowned Tevin D. Smith and Anjosanlynn Fulgham as the 2016-2017 Mr. and Miss DSU.
DSU, scholarship endowment
Dr. Jose and Zona Saez, a DSU alumni couple, have established a $10,000 scholarship endowment for Sussex County (Del.) students majoring in Elementary Education at Delaware State University. The couple both graduated from then-Delaware State College in 1992. Jose earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and his wife Zona earned a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education.
DSU, City of Dover, Dover City Council, 125th anniversary
The City of Dover and Kent County Levy Court recognized Delaware State University’s 125th anniversary during their respective public meetings.
DSU, Aviation, Tuskegee Airmen
Rebekah Goebel, a sophomore aviation major at Delaware State University, has become the first-ever recipient of the newly established Top Gun Scholarship. As Top Gun recipient, Ms. Goebel has received a $1,000 check that will go toward her flight expenses that come with pursuing a Professional Pilot concentration in the Aviation Degree Program at DSU.  
DSU, M&T Bank, Scholarships, Students
Six high achieving DSU seniors have been rewarded for their academic excellence with M&T Bank Scholarships to help them cover the cost of their last year at Delaware State University.