A Delaware State University professor has published research on the link between Veery songbirds and hurricane severity.
We welcome organizers from Wilmington, DE annual HBCU Week, and discuss Harris-Stowe State University and how to fight HBCU slander in the media.
When executive leadership turns over at an institution of higher education, context matters. In some instances, executives who’ve served long tenures retire with preparations made and accreditation, financial solvency, and steady enrollment all neatly packaged to deliver to the next CEO. When that next executive emerges, the product of a dutiful national search involving boards, alumni, and key stakeholders, institutions continue to enjoy the responsible and predictable growth that serves the educational and employment needs of students, faculty, staff, and the economic needs of the region.
Delaware State University trustees unanimously appointed Dr. Wilma Mishoe as the 11th President of Delaware State University, making her the first woman in school history to serve as both president and board chair.
LaShawne Pryor shares with us the history, goals and the necessity of DSU’s eighth annual HBCU Philanthropy Symposium.
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Delaware State University will continue to train African American boys for careers in STEM, thanks to an extension of the university’s partnership with Verizon’s Innovative Learning Program.
The Hechinger Report recently produced a report on African-American and Latino in-state student enrollment trends at public flagship campuses. The results were a dismal showing of disparities between the kind of access black students have at large, publicly funded research institutions.
Delaware Secretary of Labor Patrice Gilliam-Johnson will leave her post in state administration to become the next dean of Graduate, Adult and Continuing Studies at Delaware State University.
Harry Williams’ main career goal was to be president of a historically black college or university. Now, after eight years at the helm of Delaware State University, the 53-year-old is turning a new page — sort of. He will soon begin a new job, but many of his duties will change little other than in scale.