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(L-r) Stephen Ampersand, assistant vice president of Financial Aid Services; students Keda Dorsica and Adam Bruns; President Harry L. Williams, U.S. Sen. Tom Carper; students Melayna Hall, Diekolola Ibironke and Madison Christensen; and Dr. Teresa Hardee, chief operating officer and senior vice president of Finance and Administration, all participated in the senior U.S. senator's College Affordability Roundtable. Not pictured is Dr. Bradley Skelcher, associate provost.  

(L-r) Stephen M. Marz, state archivist, points out to DSU President Harry L. Williams an aspect of the exhibit that celebrates the 125-year history of Delaware State University.

(Center) State Sen. Margaret Rose Henry and State Rep. Stephanie T. Bolden (also a DSU alumna) hold up the Slavery Apology Joint House Resolution that they crafted as the primary sponsors and was signed by Gov. Jack Markell (standing next to Rep. Bolden) during a Feb. 10 ceremony at the State Archives. On the far left are DSU President Harry L. Williams and Rev. Rita Paige (daughter of former DSC President Luna I. Mishoe), who both were also a part of the ceremony.

In addition to the newly established $10,000 Michael J. Feeney Memorial Endowed Scholarship launched by family and friends, the below article also provides some information about the two funerals that were held to celebrate the young DSU alumnus' life.

(L-r) DSU Board of Trustees member Charles McDowell; Nick Lambrow, president, M&T; DSU President Harry L. Williams; DSU Board of Trustees member Jim Stewart; Rich Heffron, Delaware State Chamber of Commerce president; Enid Wallace-Simms, of Delmarva Power and DSU alumna; and Daryl Graham, of JP Morgan Chase

The article by Dr. Teresa Hardee focuses on the University's analytical strategy to achieve its goals for retention, graduation rate and student success.

Michael J. Feeney (l) is congratulated during the 2005 Honors Program by then-DSU President Allen L. Sessoms.

DSU President Harry L. Williams surprises Indira Ridgeway (r), a sophomore political science major, with a letter and award from President Barack Obama recognizing her community service to help victims of human trafficking and spread education about the issue.

Associate Provost Bradley Skelcher and Min Gibson, Mathematics Computer Lab director, danced to the music of the DSU Approaching Storm Band and were accompanied by members of the DSU's Delagance Dance Team and DSU Flag Team, as well as by drum major Laquita Williams.

DSU President Harry L.Williams will serve on the board of directors for the Thurgood Marshall  College Fund and Bayhealth.


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