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Holding talks at Southwest Petroleum University prior to the agreement signing were (l-r) DSU's Dr. Fengshan Liu, assoc. VP of International Affairs,DSU President Harry L. Williams and DSU Board of Trustees member Dr. Devona Williams and SWPU's Dai Lai, deputy director of International Affairs, vice president and provost Dr. Wang Ling, and Zhang Liehui.

The DSU delegation stands dressed in their regalia prior to June 23 Commencement Ceremony at Ningbo Univ. of Technology in China, which honored the graduates of DSU's accounting degree program. (L-r) Dr. Fengshan Liu, assoc. VP of International Affairs, Dr. Youngsik Kwak, assoc. dean of the College of Business; DSU President Harry Williams; NBUT President Lyu Zhongda; Dr. Devona Williams, DSU Board member, and Donna Covington, dean of the College of Business.

With the $400,000 Verizon check: (l-r bottom row) Program participants Gerald Green, P.J. Chandlar, Nehemiah Williams, Josh Brice, Marc Madklangbayan, Darren Robinson Jr.; (top row l-r) Dr. Dan Shelton, Capital School District superintendent; Del. Secretary of Education Steven Godowski; Del. Gov. Jack Markell; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Bonnie Metz, Verizon government affairs director; Tony Lewis, Verizon regional VP; and Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen.

Three student teams from Delaware State University have made it to the final rounds of the SAP Project Dream: Election 2016 competition.

Pictured with President Harry L. Williams, center, and Dr. Mazin Shahin, right, director of DSU's Alliance for Minority Participation, are Edward Addison, Taylor Worrell-Stith, Sandra Suarez, Malia Green, Gemini Phillips, Travia Dunbar, Briana Reaves, Jamila Davis, Tahlia Casey and Tajah Lewter.

DSU’s Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) has been nominated for the 2016 HBCU Best Research Center Award.

John Ridgeway, a Toyota corporate manager and DSU alumnus, is sworn in as the newest member of the DSU Board of Trustees by David Turner, board chair, during the body's June 16 public meeting.

Retirees attending the banquet, from left, shown with President Harry L. Williams, center, were Leon Thayer, Wanda Brown, James Whitaker, Veronica Hopkins, Sandria Johnson, Christine Spady and Sherron Stevens.

DSU Office of Testing Services and Program staff: (l-r) Dr. Amystique Y.H. Church, test center administrator; Bruce O. Taylor, testing specialist; Britanny Douglas, testing associate; and Sheldon S. Taylor, testing assistant.

(L-r) Brian Reaves, SAP senior vice president; Barry Granger, DSU Board of Trustees vice chairman; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Maj. Gen. Bruce Crawford; Brig. Gen. Patrick Burden; Donna Covington, dean of the College of Business; and Dr. Devona Williams and Dr. Wilma Mishoe, DSU Board of Trustees members. The generals shared how the U.S. Army uses the SAP systems and needs graduates familiar with the technology.


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