Michael Chajes Named Honors Program Director

Michael Chajes Named Honors Program Director

Long-time civil engineering professor to assume new role July 1 After a nationwide search, Deputy Provost for Academic Affairs Lynn Okagaki has announced that Michael Chajes has been named director of the University of Delaware Honors Program, effective July 1, 2019....
Summer Camp to Graduation

Summer Camp to Graduation

Shailja Gangrade reflects on time at UD as she prepares for graduate school When University of Delaware student Shailja Gangrade was in high school, the native Delawarean participated in the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment’s (CEOE) Taking an Interest in...
Celebrating Excellent Teaching

Celebrating Excellent Teaching

Puleo recognized for excellence in teaching Four members of the University of Delaware faculty have been recognized for outstanding work in teaching. The honors were announced at the May 13 Faculty Senate meeting and selected by the Senate’s Committee on Student and...
In Her Nature

In Her Nature

UD grad student recognized for supporting first-generation college students, environmental causes A typical weekend for Patricia Hurley doesn’t involve binge-watching the latest TV shows. This doctoral student in civil and environmental engineering at the University...
Protecting Buildings From Earthquake Damage

Protecting Buildings From Earthquake Damage

Engineering professor studies effectiveness of retrofits to strengthen concrete structures The most recent major earthquake to hit the United States shook the ground around Anchorage, Alaska on Nov. 30, 2018. Jovan Tatar, an assistant professor of civil and...
Mentorship Through Robotics

Mentorship Through Robotics

Graduate students, professors coach high school robotics team in Wilmington Two alumni and two faculty members from the University of Delaware mentored a robotics team based in Wilmington, Delaware that made it all the way to a national competition. For Inspiration...
Making Waves

Making Waves

With demand for coastal engineers rising, UD professor brings the coast to classrooms University of Delaware Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Jack Puleo studies the physics of sand dune erosion during extreme waves and storm surges. The ongoing rise in...