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The University of Delaware needs to fill a key leadership role.

UD president Dennis Assanis announced Friday that Provost Domenico Grasso is stepping down, effective October 15.

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Music is back in the air on the campus of the University of Delaware this month as UD’s Department of Music opens its 2017-2018 Fall Concert season.

For our latest Arts Playlist, Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele sat down with UD Department of Music spokeswoman Diana Milburn and UD’s Director of Orchestral Activities Dr. James Anderson discuss the school’s music program and learn more about some of the performers scheduled for this season.


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The University of Delaware Department of Music opens its 2017/2018 Fall Concert Season this week.

New University of Delaware football coach Danny Rocco was a winner in his Blue Hen debut.

Defense carried Rocco and the Hens to a 22-3 victory over Delaware State Thursday night in Newark.

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The 2017 First State college football season kicks-off Thursday when the University of Delaware and Delaware State University square off in Newark at 7 pm.

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Two former University of Delaware volleyball coaches are suing the school over their dismissal last fall.

In two separate federal lawsuits, former head coach Bonnie Kenny and assistant coach Cindy Gregory claim they were fired last October based on their age, sexual orientation and marital status.

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The University of Delaware has settled on a new men’s lacrosse coach.


UD is turning to Harvard associate head coach Ben DeLuca to guide its men’s lacrosse program.



Enlighten Me: UD unveils new cybersecurity suite

May 19, 2017
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University of Delaware unveils a new cybersecurity suite this weekend, about a week after the world suffered its largest-ever ransomware attack.


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The University of Delaware welcomed its new women’s basketball coach to campus Monday.

Natasha Adair is UD’s choice to take the reins of its women’s hoop program.

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Science can be complicated, and often difficult to explain, especially to kids.

The University of Delaware is trying to tackle that issue by bringing science, art, and psychology students together in a new course. Their assignment: create storybooks aimed at clearly explaining scientific research on an invasive fish to children ages 3 to 6.

Delaware Public Media’s Katie Peikes recently visited the UD’s Morris Library to watch librarians read some of the books to their target audience.