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During its annual Founders Day Program on Feb. 19, DSU President Harry L. Williams announced the launching of a project to erect a memorial statue of Delaware State College President Jerome Holland on the Dover campus.
The National Science Foundation has named DSU graduate student Sheed Itaman as a recipient of its Graduate Research Fellowship. Mr. Itaman, who is currently enrolled in DSU’s Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience Master’s Degree Program, has been selected for his research proposal entitled “Aging Neurons: The Balance Between Calcium Ion Flux and Cell Death.”
A new $10,000 scholarship endowment has been established at DSU as a tribute to the late Inez O. Means, a strong supporter of the University.
Delaware State University celebrated Earth Day with a program that celebrated the institution’s sustainability initiatives and its continued status as the only certified Tree Campus USA in the state of Delaware.
DSU recently signed a memorandum of cooperation with officials from Beihua University of Jilin, China, that will provide additional study-abroad and collaboration opportunities for both institutions.
Delaware State University held its first-ever “DSU 360° -- Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve” dinner and program that celebrated the academic success of some 2015 Delaware high school graduates and outstanding 2015 DSU graduates.
The Early College High School at Delaware State University (ECHS@DSU) has announced the appointment of Dr. Evelyn A. Edney as the school’s new leader. She will assume the position following her term as principal at Dover High School.  
The Delaware Center for Health Promotion, based at DSU, and Kent Kids, a local advocate coalition for the well-being of children and their families, have jointly launched a campaign to get people to “Rethink Your Drink” and curb the consumption of sugary beverages.
Highly sensitive detection and analysis of nuclear, chemical and biological materials is the goal of a new joint research and educational project recently awarded to the Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) to train Delaware State University students. 
Dr. Jodi Levine Laufgraben of Temple University led the Data Day workshop.
Delaware State University (DSU) announced today that it is working together with SAP SE, a market leader in enterprise application software, as well as the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) to become a Center of Excellence in critical enterprise technological advancements, to be shared with students from DSU and other Historically Black Colleges and Universiti
Dr. Robin Williams celebrated the women of the May Commencement graduating class by hosting A Ladies' Tea in the MLK Jr. Student Center. For images of the tea, click on the below link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/48216028@N03/sets/72157652819763336/show  
DSU President Harry L. Williams held his first-ever A Gentlemen’s Brunch to celebrate the men of the May Commencement’s Class of 2015. For images of the event -- which took place in the MLK Jr. Student Center -- click on the below link:
Delaware State University’s MLK Jr. Student Center was the site May 18 of the Congressional Delegation Youth Conference, hosted by U.S. Sens. Tom Carper and Chris Coons and U.S. Rep. John Carney.