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Delaware State University students who are making a mark on the world.
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.
Gov. Jack Markell has appointed longtime higher education administrator Dr. Wilma Mishoe to serve a six-year term on the DSU Board of Trustees.
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.
DSU Department of Athletics recently received a $450,000 NCAA grant to support its academic programs that are designed to help its students-athletes.
Dr. Renu Tripathi, DSU associate professor of physics and engineering, has been awarded a $192,000 grant from the Army Research Office for the development of a long range, high resolution laser detection and ranging (LADAR) system.
A DSU dean and department chair recently traveled to China to give separate series of lectures and also explore possible student exchanges.
DSU featured the research poster work of high school and University-level students during the 2015 Summer Research Symposium, held on July 30 in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center. For images from the event, click on the below link:
Recently a group of DSU students traveled to Canada to study the final destinations of the historic Underground Railroad and learn about the former American slaves who found freedom and new lives in that country.
Delaware State University recently hosted its fourth annual HBCU Philanthropy Symposium under the theme of “A Consortium at Work.” 
Linda Ammons, retired Dean of the Widener School of Law, recently donated several pieces of art to Delaware State University.  In addition to her art collection, Dean Ammons contributed several books to the William C. Jason Library’s African-American collection. 
DSU recently hosted a campus visit by Dr. Miley Gonzalez, the Deputy Director General of the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Centre (CATIE) and also a former Under Secretary of Agriculture at the USDA.
The students of Delaware State University have returned and the newest class of Hornets were exposed to many of the constructive campus extracurricular possibilities at the Aug. 21 Student Organization Fair. For images from the outdoor event, click on the below link:
Six DSU students recently returned from a three-week study abroad trip to Costa Rica where they were able to gain a greater understanding of agriculture sustainability.
The academic journey of excellence of Leah Williams, DSU Class of 2015, has caught the attention of the White House Initiative on HBCUs and has led to her selection as a 2015-2016 HBCU All-Star Ambassador.