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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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Dr. Lisa Barkley, who has been appointed the new associate vice president of health and wellness, has been at DSU since October 2004.



Environmentally friendly features of the soon-to-be completed MLK Student Center reflects the University commitment to "Go Green."



(L-r) DSU President-select Harry L. Williams, DSU Acting President Claibourne Smith, Tim Huval, Bank of America’s Delaware Market president, David Turner, Bank of America executive and DSU Board of Trustees member, and Carolyn Curry, vice president of DSU Institutional Advancement hold a display check symbolizing the BoA’s $100,000 donation to DSU.



DSU Acting President Claibourne D. Smith (center) receives congratulations from Wilmington Mayor James M. Baker (l) and Wilmington Bethel AME Pastor Silvester Beaman for being honored as a Black Achiever.



(L-r) DSU MBA graduate student Jonas Acquah, Dr. Youngski Kwak, College of Business interim dean, Alan B. Levin, director of the Delaware Economic Development Office, Dr. Harry Williams, DSU president-select, and MBA graduate students Carine Kouadam and Suganya Sundar. Mr. Levin spoke on the Delaware economy during a Dec. 7 College of Business event.


Dr. Harry Lee Williams has been selected by the Board of Trustees to serve as the next president of Delaware State University.


(L-r) Dr. Marshall Stevenson, dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Lori Crawford, associate professor of art, Dr. Donald Blakey, director of the DSU Theatre and Dance Program, portrait artist Simmie Knox and DSU Acting President Claibourne D. Smith get together after the artist's presentation on Nov. 18.




DSU Acting President Claibourne D. Smith, DSU aviation students Terrance Brown, Ryan Agan, and Frank W. Minor, deputy executive director of the DRBA, hold a display check symbolizing the donation by the Delaware River and Bay Authority.




Cleo J. Harmon stands with a stage scenery portion that she created for the DSU Harlem Renaissance production.



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