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Dr. Robin Williams hosted "A Lady's Tea" for graduating women of DSU's first-ever December Commencement. Seated from l-r, Jasmira Olivera, Jessica Horton, Dr. Williams, Brandi Wright, Laila Girgis; standing, Tashi Jones, Kim Sudler, Tyisha Hundley, Kimberly Milligan, Sara Myers, Brittney Jones.

(L-r) Dr. Susan West and Dr. Stephen Taylor are greeted by DSU President Harry L. Williams and his wife Dr. Robin Williams during the Dec. 12 Holiday Open House.

Several state legislators attended the President's Scholarship Ball. Pictured l-r are Sen.Brian J. Bushweller, DSU President Harry L. Williams, Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, Sen. Colin Bonini and Rep. Darryl M. Scott.

(Seated l-r) Mid-Atlantic EPA Regional Administrator Shawn M. Garvin and DSU President Harry L. Williams sign a memorandum of understanding that will open up internship and professional development possibilities for DSU.

Gathering to celebrate the grant: U.S. Rep. John Carney; Dr. Noureddine Melikechi, DSU dean of the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology; Dr. Sidney McNairy, of the National Institutes of Health; U.S. Sen. Chris Coons; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Dr. Melissa Harrington, DSU professor of neuroscience and grant principal investigator; U.S. Sen. Tom Carper; and Dr. Jeff Rosen, UD professor of psychology and grant co-principal investigator.

DSU established new records in fall semester 2012 in total enrollment, undergraduate enrollment, and graduate students.



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