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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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(L-r) Mary and Frank Marshall join Drs. Reba and Berlin Hollingsworth for the June 29 DSU President's Society Reception.

DSU President Harry L. Williams (far right) serves as an assistant coach of the Team Inferno of the Kent and Sussex Basketball Program. Seated on the far left is his son Gavin Williams, who plays guard on the squad.

The evaluation team representing Middle State commended DSU in several areas and recognized the more than 40 accomplishments and significant improvements since the previous accreditation in 2002. DSU's next self-study evaluation and accreditation visit will be in the 2021-2022 school year.

(L-r) Delaware Gov. Jack Markell, U.S. Rep. John Carney,. U.S. Sen. Chris Coons, Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, DSU President Harry L. Williams and U.S. Sen. Tom Carper stand outside the Mishoe Science Center, which is one of the campus buildings that will be made more energy efficient, a campus-wide DSU initiative that Dr. Chu commended during his visit.

(L-r) Joan and Greg Short hold a display check with DSU President Harry L. Williams, which represents an endowed scholarship established for Indian River School District students by the late Aleatha Short, a DSU alumna from the class of 1949. Greg Short is the son of the namesakes for the endowment.

DSU students who studied in China -- top row: Myles Johnson-Gray, Donavon Higbee, Leah Williams, Rebecca Weideman-Mera; second Row: Atiya Overton, Krystina Grayson, Pengrui (Peter) Hui, Dr. Mazen Shahin, Tynisha Hearne, Cearra Jones, Ashley  Stevenson, Andrew Dixon, Brittney Watson; third row: Randa Shahin, Miranda Spina, Kasey Cosden, Krysten Bowersox, Deidre Carter, Andre Kerr, and Charles Mungai.

Dr. Mary Sias, president of Kentucky State University, stands with Dr. Harry L. Williams at the wreath that was laid in commemoration of the Morrill Act. Dr. Sias is also the president of the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities Council of Presidents, the first African American to serve in that leadership post.

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