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Delaware State University plans to honor one of the most important figures in its history by erecting a campus statue in honor of former President Dr. Jerome Holland.


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A long-awaited sports facility officially opened in Frederica this month and is already booked solid with games and tournaments.

 

 


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Delaware researchers say they are worried about President Donald Trump’s recently released budget proposal, which aims at cutting millions of dollars in federal funding for scientific research - with a significant amount coming out of the National Institutes of Health budget.

 

 


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Rep. John Kowalko (D-Newark South) is reviving his attempts to wrangle Delaware’s publicly affiliated universities under the state’s public records laws.

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Delaware State University unveiled its new Renewable Energy Education Center Monday morning, which faculty and state officials hope will put students in line for green energy jobs.

 

DSU received a $720,000 four-year grant from Exelon and Delmarva Power to help them develop the center, which is located inside of the university’s Luna I. Mishoe Science Center.

 

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Several Delaware State University students recently excelled in a statewide neuroscience competition.

 

The Delaware Neuroscience Symposium invited Delaware neuroscience researchers to present their work. 

 

Delaware State University students hoping to become lawyers have an easier path starting next school year.

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Two Delaware State University professors believe there is more to motor neurons than what scientists already know.

Delaware State University is investigating two employees allegedly involved in making 12 illegal political ads for the Kent County Republican Party.

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Human interference with natural habitats is leading to the decline of many firefly species; but a species native to Delaware and possibly Maryland seems to be in abundance.

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