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The DSU Choir led by choir director, Dr. Curtis Powell performed recently at Legislative Hall in Dover, DE.  Click here to view more pictures.

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During a reception for the Friends of the Library at the President’s Residence, (l-r) Provost Thompson, Carol Jason, Evelyn Peters and DSU President Harry L. Williams pose for a photo. Mrs. Jason is the widow of the late William C. Jason III, who along with Mrs. Peters were grandchildren of the former DSC president William C. Jason Sr.

Standing with a symbolic display check (l-r): Michael Miller, DSU Donor Relations; Trevor Skinner, the Means’ adopted son; Jimmy Means, the widowed husband of Inez Means; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Lorene Robinson, DSU Donor Relations; Dr. Sharon M. Wisneski, chair of the Department of Nursing; Vita Pickrum, associate vice president of Development

Sheed Itaman, who is working toward a Master’s Degreee in Molecular and Cellular Sciences, has been selected to be part of the National Science Foundaion Graduate Research Fellowship Program.

The 2015 DSU Speech Tournament winners: (l-r) Bryon Dixon, 1st place; Michael Lee, 3rd place, Messiah Sanchez, honorable mention; along with Dr. Sam Hoff, tourney coordinator. Not pictured is the second-place winner Gabrielle Delima.
 

Tyrone Ashley, Jr. rehearses with student actors Jasmin Walker, Jahselah White and Jaime Gage in preparation for the upcoming performances of “Crowns” April 16-17 in the Education and Humanities Theatre.
 

Dr. Carlton “Butch” Cannon, Jr., Class of 1999, will perform with the DSU Jazz Ensemble on April 11 in the Education and Humanities Theatre.

(L-r) Posing with the display check are: Tom Preston, DSU general counsel; U.S. Sen. Tom Carper; Gov. Jack Markell; Dr. Noureddine Melikechi, DSU vice president of research; InterDigital CEO William Merritt; DSU President Harry L. Williams; David G. Turner, DSU Board of Trustees chairman; Mayor Robin Christiansen; Jannie Lau, Interdigital general counsel; and DSU Provost Alton Thompson.

A host of DSU students – joined by DSU President Harry L. Williams, his family, and U.S. Sen. Chris Coons – threw an indoor block party at the Boys and Girls Club on Simons Circle in Dover as part of the March 28 Inspired Day of Service.
 

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