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  The HBCU-UP Project Mission "To increase the number of students graduating in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines at DSU and to provide them with the quality preparation necessary to transition successfully into the STEM workforce or to attain advanced STEM degrees.”   Did you know? HBCU-UP stands for Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program. It is a nationally-recognized program funded by the National Science Foundation, geared towards enriching the education of students attending HBCU’s and pursuing careers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (or STEM) disciplines. At DSU, these majors include:  Biology/Forensic Biology, Chemistry, Computer and Information Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics/Pre-Engineering.   The SMILE Project The Science and Math Initiative for Learning Enrichment (SMILE) Project is a unique program exclusive to DSU STEM students. The project involves several components which enhance your academic success and involvement at DSU. SMILE sponsors your New Student Orientation for STEM majors and your STEM Training Camp. The project is also at the heart of your Learning Communities. SMILE sponsors your Peer Mentors and Peer Leaders, and gives you the opportunity to participate in Undergraduate Research at Delaware State University. Your success at DSU is only a SMILE away!   About the HBCU-UP Project The HBCU-UP Project is designed to support students majoring in science, technology, engineering and math with academics, financial and social support. This free program is funded by the National Science Foundation and Delaware State University.   Programs include: tutoring, mentoring, research and internship opportunities, career services and a state of the art computer lab exclusively for the use of students in science, technology and mathematics.   Questions or Comments? To request more information: HBCU-UP Program c/o Dr. Mazen Shahin Delaware State University 1200 North Dupont Highway Dover, Delaware 19901   Ph: 302-857-7055 Fx: 302-857-7054 Email:      **Apply now for the Scholarship in Mathematics and Science (SIMS) - Open to incoming freshmen to the College.** Two (2) years of support to students who meet eligibility requirements.         Back to College Homepage


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HBCU-UP Project Highlights

  • Free Summer Training Camp for STEM Freshmen
  • Peer mentoring
  • Freshman Learning Communities
  • Career counseling
  • Undergraduate research opportunities ($4,000 per year in stipends)
  • Assistance in applying to graduate schools
  • Opportunities to become a peer mentor/leader 

Staff Profile

Dr. Harry L. Williams
Principal Investigator
Project Director
Co-Principal Investigator
Co-Principal Investigator
Co-Principal Investigator
Project Coordinator

External Advisory Board Members

Dr. Richard Guarasci
Dr. Teck-Kah Lim
Dr. F.M. Ross Armbrecht, Jr.
Dr. Randolph J. Guschl
Dr. Michael I. Vaughan
Mr. Malik J. Stewart



STEM Orientation/Training Camp Registration Form

Incoming Freshmen Checklist

Undergraduate Research Program



Center for Teaching and Learning


 The Center is located on the 2nd Floor of Conwell Hall. Our office is open from 8:30 - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday.

302.857.6140 (office)
302.857.7536 (fax)

"Who is not satisfied with himself will grow; who is not so sure of his own correctness will learn many things" - Palestinian Proverb


Welcome to the Center for Teaching and Learning! (Located in Conwell Hall 2nd Floor) The Center for Teaching and Learning of Delaware State University maintains a focus on linking professional development to university improvements by offering a variety of services for faculty members and adjunct professors.  The principle mission of the CTL is to improve and teaching and learning across all disciplines. The CTL creates opportunities for university faculty to strengthen teaching efforts through research-based methodologies, professional development experiences, advanced studies and assessment practices that lead to improved teaching and student learning.   Faculty Assistance Professional Development  Professional Teaching Travel     Mini-Research Grants Request a Classroom Observation Request a One-on-One Teaching Consultations Contact the Center for Teaching & Learning 20 Minute Mentor Video Listing  Magna Subscription Instructions   Travel Support Program Travel Authorization Form Travel Summary Report M&T CentreSuite M&T CentreSuite User Guide CTL Mini Grant Competition Info Submitting and procuring research grants is an important part of faculty life. While the CTL offers mini teaching innovative grants it is important for faculty to secure research grants within their fields of discipline. For some tips on how to write grants, please visit, Dr. Melissa Harrington’s (DSU Biology Professor) We operate as part of the University’s Title III Grant. Title III is a federal government assistance program given to historically Black colleges and Universities. Title III assures equity in educational opportunities for all students. CTL works in conjunction with the Title III office to assure that university faculty are equipped with the tools and resources needed to enrich their teaching in order to increase student learning. All expenditures submitted by the Center to the Title III office must be allowable under federal guidelines. ______________________________________________________________________ MARCH 2016 Professional Development Workshops All workshops will be held in the Multipurpose Room in Conwell Hall located on the 1st floor unless stated otherwise. Date Workshop Time Location March 1, 2016 “Flipped Classrooms” 11:00 am – 11:50 am Conwell Hall Multipurpose Room 1st Floor March 3, 2016 Classroom Management (MAGNA Video & Discussion) 11:00 am – 11:50 am Conwell Hall Multipurpose Room 1st Floor March 15, 2016 Getting to Know Blackboard Series #2 11:00am – 1:00pm   Conwell Hall Multipurpose Room 1st Floor March 17, 2016 “Getting Involved in Learning Communities” 11:00 am – 11:50 am Conwell Hall Multipurpose Room 1st Floor March 22, 2016 Faculty Teaching Chat 11:00 am – 11:50 am Conwell Hall Multipurpose Room 1st Floor CTL Spring 2016 Workshops FACULTY TEACHING CHATS   The Center for Teaching and Learning is excited to  resume their monthly Faculty Teaching Chats An open forum for faculty members to ask questions, voice concerns, and share ideas and solutions with  other university faculty members. Please join us for these insightful and provocative teaching conversations. Thursday January 21, 2016 Tuesday February 23, 2016 Tuesday March 22, 2016 Thursday April 21, 2016 11:00 am-11:50 am Conwell Hall Multipurpose Room (1st Floor) CTL Spring 2016 Teaching Chat Flyer  "Getting to Know Blackboard" Series The Center for Teaching & Learning has partnered with the Office Distance Learning and Learning Technologies to conduct a Three part series that provides out the hands on experience of learning the ins and outs of Blackboard and how it can serve you best in your classrooms.  Participants are asked to bring laptops. Teaching Assistants are welcome to attend. Lunch will be provided for those who register.  Seating is limited. April 14, 2016 11:00 am- 1:00 pm REGISTER HERE Registration Closes April 7, 2016 20-Minute Mentor Commons The Center for Teaching and Learning would like to offer quick solutions to common classroom challenges with the 20 Minute Mentor Commons Video Library from Magna Publications. These brief videos offer proven strategies in 20 minutes or less.  These videos are accessible from any device and can be viewed from the comfort of your home or office.  In order to enjoy the videos listed for this digital library, members must sign up for their FREE subscription.  Please click on the link to sign up. 20 Minute Mentor Video Listing  Magna Subscription Instructions THE CTL CELEBRATES DSU FACULTY Several faculty members have been busy at work incorporating best practices in teaching to their existing courses. Between strategies such as Flipped Classrooms to Problem Based Learning, DSU faculty have done an outstanding job in exploring and experimenting with various teaching strategies. We were happy to have DSU well represented at University of Delaware’s Problem Based Learning Institute this past January. A big CTL thank-you to those faculty members who gave up three days of their holiday break to attend the Institute. The Center for Teaching and Learning applauds the following faculty members for their efforts: Dr. Cara Gomez, Department of Movement Science Utilizing Technology to Engage Students Dr. Rachel Pulverman, Department of Psychology  Flipped Classroom Model Dr. Brody Bluemel, Department of English and Foreign Languages Problem Based Learning Concept Map  Problem Based Learning Peer Review Dr. Joseph Fees, Department of English and Foreign Languages  Problem Based Learning- Fees Dr. Nicola Edwards-Omelewa, Department of Mathematical Sciences – Utilizing Technology and Problem Based Learning Dr. Delayne Johnson, Department of Mathematical Sciences– Utilizing Technology and Problem Based Learning PBL Delayne Johnson Dr. Karl Miletti, Department of Biological Sciences- Problem Based Learning Dr. Nancy Ning, Department of Accounting and Finance Gaming & Problem Based Learning        

Dates & Events

April 12, 2016                    
Teaching Strategies
(MAGNA Video & Discussion)
11:00 am – 11:50 am
April 14, 2016                    
Getting to Know Blackboard Series #3
11:00 am – 1:00 pm (Lunch)
Registration Closes April 7, 2016
April 19, 2016                    
Online Course Management
(MAGNA Video & Discussion)
11:00 am – 11:50 am
April 21, 2016                    
Faculty Teaching Chat
11:00 am – 11:50 am
April 26, 2016                    
Faculty Development
(MAGNA Video & Discussion)
11:00 am – 11:50 am
April 28, 2016
Presidential Faculty Forum
11:00 am – 11:50 am        
May 6, 2016 
Promotion & Tenure Workshop
11:00 am – 1:00 pm (Lunch)
May 11, 2016                     
Assessment Summit
(Office of Assessment)    
May 12, 2016                     
General Faculty Meeting
May 26, 2016                     
Presidential Faculty Forum


Dr. Rebecca Fox-Lykens, Director 

Dr. Rebecca Fox-Lykens







Promotion &
Tenure Tip Sheet

2015-2016 Teaching Manual

New Faculty Orientation 2015 University College Presentation

Assessment Data Collection System (ADCS) NFO 2015



Delaware Mathematics Coalition

Marylad & Delaware MADE CLEAR





Law Studies Program and Minor

PREPARING FOR A CAREER IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION AT DSU The purpose of the Law Studies Program is to prepare students for a career in the legal profession, whether it be as an attorney, judge, paralegal, or other position related to the field of law.  To this end, the Law Studies Program offers the following services for students: --Information on law schools, including catalogs and applications; --A library of law texts, a computer lab, and a classroom for use by students in the program; --A Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Preparation Course, which is available in the Department of History, Political Science, and Philosophy; --LSAT registration books and fee waiver applications; --Funding to attend the annual Law School Forum in New York, where selected students can visit with law school personnel and attend information sessions on financial aid and the admissions process; --Letters of recommendation to those applying for admission to law school; --Assistance with internship placements dealing with the legal profession; --Sponsoring events such as the Law Day forums, speakers, and debates on legal controversies; --Advising on the best courses to take to prepare for law school and careers in the field.   Beginning in Fall 2005, the Law Studies Program has offered a Minor in Law Studies.  The minor includes a total of 21 credits selected from courses available in five different departments.  The curriculum for the minor is as follows:   REQUIRED COURSES (18 Credits) POLS 307: Constitutional Law/Political Science POLS 308: Civil Liberties/Political Science ACCT 302: Business Law/Accounting SCCJ 315: Criminal Law/Sociology PHIL 206: Logic/Philosophy ENGL 311: Advanced Composition/English ELECTIVE COURSES (3 credits) ACCT 402: Business Law II/Accounting PHIL 101: Critical Thinking/Philosophy SPSC 471: Legal and Ethical Issues in Sport and Recreation/Sport Management   For further information, please contact Dr. Samuel B. Hoff, Law Studies Program Director, at either of the locations below: Law Studies Program Office, Conrad Hall 215, 857-7617 ETV 213, 857-6633,

Philosophy (Minor Only)

  Copy of Curriculum is needed

Curriculum for Theatre Arts Minor

  All students who select a minor in Theatre Arts must complete the following requirements: Theatre Arts Minor 01-107 Creative Dramatics   01-109 Acting I   01-111 Movement and Non-Verbal Communication   01-313 Play Production I   01-320 Play Production II   Other courses may be substituted with the approval of the department  

Drop-In Writing Studio

The Delaware State University Drop-In Writing Studio is located in Room 205 of the William C. Jason Library. Students may drop in for assistance with any writing assignment across the curriculum.  Professional staff and Writing Studio tutors will offer suggestions, tutor in grammar, and assist in formulating ideas.  They will not correct or edit papers.  Students should allow adequate time for proper tutoring.  Therefore, students must request services at least 24 hours prior to the assignment due date.  Individualized study skills training is available.  All Writing Studio tutors have faculty recommendations, meet strict grade standards, and are trained by the Writing Studio Coordinator.   The Writing Studio employs the “drop-in” system, so no appointment or pre-registration is necessary.  Many faculty members recommend that students consult a writing tutor before submitting their final papers.    








Jean Gilroy
William C. Jason Library
Room 207
302.857.6386 (fax)









































Drop-In Computer Lab

In addition to the Tutoring Center, a full service Computer Lab is also available in the same area. The computer lab is located in the William C. Jason Library Rooms 205 and 206. This lab provides the latest and most updated computer technology at Delaware State University. It also provides students with dependable and knowledgeable staff ready to help with all computer related questions and problems. The lab provides ample seating for students who need to study as a group or individually. Additional computer related programs and services are provided on an as-needed basis. Students are required to have a current pass code issued by the Academic Computing Office in order to gain access to computers. The Coordinator serves as a resource for technical assistance, information, and study sessions.



Ms. Anna Cortese
William C. Jason Library
Room 206

















Staying-On-Course Program

Staying on Course (SOC) is a mandatory support program for all students on academic probation (AP), as well as students who are readmitted from suspension (RS). The overall goal of the Staying on Course Program is to retain and return these students to good academic standing.  The program is designed to promote effective academic practices and behaviors.  Students are either enrolled in the three credit course Learning Strategies for Academic Success or the one credit course Staying On Course class for students who have already completed Learning Strategies with a “C” or better.  The students are identified each semester by the Registrar through the BANNER System.   Staying On Course is a mandatory support class for all students on academic probation as well as students who are readmitted from suspension.  However, this class is open to all students who wish to improve their learning/study skills.  The objective of this course is to promote effective academic practices and social behaviors.  The overall goal of the “Staying On Course” class is to retain and return students to good academic standing.  Students enrolled in this one credit course have already completed the “Learning Strategies for Academic Success” course with a grade of “C” or better. This one credit class does not count towards credit for graduation.  If the student on academic probation or readmitted suspension does not pass the class satisfactorily, he/she may be recommended for academic suspension or dismissal.  The student must retake the class upon returning to the University.   The general assembly meeting for AP and RS students is the Friday prior to the beginning of the fall and spring semester, in the Bank of America Building, Longwood Auditorium.  At the meeting, packets of information are distributed to the students.  This information includes the procedures regarding academic probation, academic calendar, SOC schedule of activities, important campus support programs and numbers, SOC program goals and objectives, and a “Staying-On-Course Contract.”    


Cindy Seto-Friel
William C. Jason Library
Room 214