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(L-r) Amira Mitchell, president of the DSU Methodist Students Association, and Aleah Jones, vice president of the DSU College Democrats. Both organizations have joined forces to host a Kent County forum that will feature the candidates for Lt. Governor in Delaware.

(L-r) Dr. Akwasi Osei, chair of the DSU Dept. of History, Political Science and Philosophy; Dr. Mopelola Adegoke, associate professor in the DSU Dept. of Human Ecology; Rev. Laurie Idahosa and her husband President F.E. Benson Idahosa; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Dr. Claibourne Smith, former DSU Board of Trustees chairman; Dr. Dyremple Marsh, dean of the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences pose for a photo to document the visit. 

(L-r) Andrew Blake Jr. and LaTaijah Crawford -- both DSU biological sciences majors -- won 1st place and 2nd place in different categories, respectively, at the Emerging Researchers National Conference recently held in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Tripathi will serve as a delegate of the American Association for the Advancement of Science at the April 28-29 Gender Summit 8 North America 2016 Conference in Mexico City.

The DEEP Day activities engaged College of Business students in resume reviews, mock interviews and panel sessions with visiting top level executives.

DSU welcomes Jasmine Buxton as a new associate vice president, while Terrell Holmes takes over as the interim associate vice president of Enrollment Management.

Products of the Aviation Program under Dr. Daniel Coons: (l-r) Yoki Johnson, '98; David Simpson (non-alum); Mathu Bynes, '00; Joe Williams '99, Dr. Coons; Dave Anthony Harding, '95; William Charlton, '95; and Ray Johnson, '99. The pilots and DSU alumni contributed donations for the endowed scholarship to honor their former instructor.

(L-r) Taylor C. Brown, Brittany Peterson, Jahselah White, Dr. David Tolley, Courtney Porter and Tyrone J. Ashley, Jr., rehearse a song that will be performed in the DSU Theatre Program's tribute to African-American Broadway performances. 

(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.


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