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CULTIVATING BLACK JOY

Jenifer Lewis certainly deserves an introduction, but that doesn’t mean she needs one — or is willing to wait for one.

NANOSCALE ADVANCES

UD’s Priyanka Ketkar lands National Institute of Standards and Technology postdoc position for polymer research

SEARCHING FOR ‘THE GOONIES’ PIRATE SHIP

UD assists in the search for wreck of a Spanish galleon off the coast of Oregon

PRESERVING HISTORY

First Black sorority at UD donates memorabilia to University Archives

2022-23 FIRST YEAR COMMON READER

‘While the Earth Sleeps We Travel: Stories, Poetry, and Art from Young Refugees Around the World’

STELLAR STUDENT

If Lauren Baron is any representation of the up-and-coming generation of scientists and engineers, then our future is going to be filled...

IMPROVING FUEL CELLS

UD engineers, international researchers find new catalyst to improve fuel cell materials

BLUE HENS BEAT THE S&P 500 INDEX

UD students demonstrate financial success via the Blue Hen Investment Club

A SMASHING JOURNEY THROUGH SCIENCE

Pioneering chemist Professor Dame Carol Robinson to present Jefferson Lecture, May 2

WINNERS OF 2022 BÖER AWARDS ANNOUNCED

Two prominent researchers — one a pioneer of solar energy research, the other a mid-career champion of renewable energy and sustainable technology...
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VOA: VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, September 25–October 1

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