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.
The University of Delaware Wind Ensemble will travel to Taipei, Taiwan, in late April to be special guest performers at the 2015 Taiwan Clinic: An International Band and Orchestra Conference.
New York Times columnist Frank Bruni, author of a new book about college admissions, often cites such successful UD alumni as Vice President Joe Biden and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Dean George Watson spoke about the value of the liberal arts in a talk to UD's Association of Retired Faculty, saying such an education "lays the groundwork for lifelong success."
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