Registration remains open for a daylong symposium on Friday, Oct. 16, at UD that will bring together industry leaders, artists, designers and scholars to explore the future of artificial lighting.
The College of Arts and Sciences is committing $1 million on a recurring basis to develop robust new initiatives to improve diversity, Dean George Watson announced at his annual State of the College address.
Patricia A. Martin-DeLeon, a reproductive biologist who studies fertility in mice, has made a discovery using UD's three-dimensional super-resolution microscope that could help couples struggling with infertility.
Arwen Mohun, professor of history at UD, was among a select group of scholars invited to advise the U.S. Treasury secretary about which woman should be featured in a portrait on a redesigned $10 bill.
Veteran broadcast journalist Bill Plante opened the 2015 National Agenda speaker and film series, "Race in America," by describing his experiences in the early days of the civil rights movement.
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