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A group of DSU students recently visited Africville Museum in Nova Scotia, where they learned of the stories of blacks who escaped slavery in U.S. and fled into Canada. The students learned that while no longer slaves, the black immigrants faced significant discrimination and bigotry in Canada.

The DSU "GOT PAPER?" campaign rid the campus of more than 36 tons of unneeded paper and cardboard, while at the same time doing the right thing and handing over the waste to a reputable recycling firm for shredding. Piles of the shred paper are shown in the left photo.

Dr. Jalaal Hayes (left), in a photo from the December 2015 Commencement with his advisor Dr. Andrew Goudy, was honored as the HBCU Male Student of the Year during a July 15 ceremony held at the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C.

Kevin Perry (seated) is commuting daily from Dover to do an accounting internship with SB & Co. in Baltimore, Md. He is shown here with Eric Barfield, a staff auditor with the company and also a May 2016 graduate of Delaware State University.

(L-r) M&T Bank's Michael Gast and Joseph Yachshyn join their CEO Nick Lambrow in presenting DSU President Harry L. Williams with a $50,000 display check to go toward scholarships. Also from DSU are Bryant T. Bell, director of Major Gifts;  Vita Pickrum, VP of Institutional Advancement; LaShawn Pryor, director of Corporate & Foundation Relations; and College of Business Dean Donna Covington.

(From l-r) DSU Associate Provost Bradley Skelcher, Daniel Mburu, Eddah Wangaru, Godfrey Mudia, DSU President Harry L Williams, Gov. Daniel Waithaka, Geofrey Mundia, StartupAfrica founder Erastus Mongare, and DSU's Dr. Samuel Besong pose for a photo after July 11 meeting.

This photo represents the first cohort of the Del State Mobile App Boot Camp, showing they are ready to leap into the training with their Apple laptops. The University plans to offer the course again in the future.

Holding talks at Southwest Petroleum University prior to the agreement signing were (l-r) DSU's Dr. Fengshan Liu, assoc. VP of International Affairs,DSU President Harry L. Williams and DSU Board of Trustees member Dr. Devona Williams and SWPU's Dai Lai, deputy director of International Affairs, vice president and provost Dr. Wang Ling, and Zhang Liehui.

The DSU delegation stands dressed in their regalia prior to June 23 Commencement Ceremony at Ningbo Univ. of Technology in China, which honored the graduates of DSU's accounting degree program. (L-r) Dr. Fengshan Liu, assoc. VP of International Affairs, Dr. Youngsik Kwak, assoc. dean of the College of Business; DSU President Harry Williams; NBUT President Lyu Zhongda; Dr. Devona Williams, DSU Board member, and Donna Covington, dean of the College of Business.

With the $400,000 Verizon check: (l-r bottom row) Program participants Gerald Green, P.J. Chandlar, Nehemiah Williams, Josh Brice, Marc Madklangbayan, Darren Robinson Jr.; (top row l-r) Dr. Dan Shelton, Capital School District superintendent; Del. Secretary of Education Steven Godowski; Del. Gov. Jack Markell; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Bonnie Metz, Verizon government affairs director; Tony Lewis, Verizon regional VP; and Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen.


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