Kathryn Miles, a Chatham University faculty member who earned her doctorate in English at UD in 2001, returned to campus in April to discuss her book "Superstorm: Nine Days Inside Hurricane Sandy."
Construction is underway for a multimodal imaging facility at UD, which will house research-quality instruments such as a functional MRI, used by a variety of scientists, including psychologists studying brain function.
Junior Erin Dugan, a public policy major in the Honors Program, has been named a 2015 Truman Scholar, a competitive federal scholarship that recognizes leadership, public service and academic achievement.
UD researchers, who studied Philadelphia television stations in 2014 and found that political advertising far outnumbered news reporting, hope to study additional media markets during the 2016 campaigns.
The Campus Coalition for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention, formed in 2014, is charged with providing visible, vocal and visionary leadership regarding student drinking and the University's policies.
Barret Michalec, assistant director of health research at the Center for Drug and Health Studies, will take part in a 2015 Salzburg Global Seminar, where he will discuss doctor-patient interactions.
UD researchers participated in a national study of care for inmates with HIV, which has produced policy changes in Delaware and documented the importance of coordinated care after an inmate returns to the community.
A new display in the lobby of Brown Laboratory honors Nobel laureates Richard Heck, Harrington Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the late Daniel Nathans, a 1950 chemistry alumnus.
Catherine Leimkuhler Grimes, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry whose research focuses on bacterial cell walls and their interaction with human cells, has received the prestigious Cottrell Scholar Award.
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