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Charles S. McDowell, Esq.

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Charles S. McDowell, Esq.  First appointed by the Board in August 2006. Current Expiration Date – Aug. 31, 2018 Committees Executive Committee Committee on Trustees, chair Finance and Facilities Committee Mr. McDowell is a former partner and currently is of-counsel with Potter Anderson & Corroon, LLP. He currently is a director of the Delaware Bar Foundation and a director and president of the Delaware State Bar Insurance Services, Inc., He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of East Side Charter School.  Mr. McDowell earned a BA in History from Princeton University in 1967 and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Law School of the University of Virginia in 1974.
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Financial Policies and Procedures

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3-00: Financial Policies and Procedures Table of Contents 03-04: Travel Policy 03-05: Fixed Asset and Inventory Management Policy 03-06: Purchase Card Policy  

University Athletics

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11-00: University Athletics Policies and Procedures Table of Contents 11-01: Department of Intercollegiate Athletics: Policies and Procedures Manual 11-02:Sport Concussion Policy 11-03: Catastrophic Injury Plan  

Delaware State University Self-Study

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DSU recently completed its 2011-12 Self-Study: “Reflecting on our Past while Preparing for our Future” and will
 undergo an accreditation review by the Evaluation Team representing the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
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Delaware State University welcomes the Evaluation Team representing the Middle States Commission on Higher Education , April 1-4

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"Reflecting on our Past while Preparing for our Future"   2011- 2012 Delaware State University Self-Study.   Evaluation Team Report to Faculty, Administration, Trustees, and Students (4 20 12)       On June 28, 2012, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education voted to reaffirm DSU’s accreditation and to commend DSU for progress to date, for the quality of the self-study process, and for the quality of the self-study report. The Periodic Review Report is due June 1, 2017.   Dr. Harry Lee Williams President   Welcome to the Delaware State University Self-Study website.  Delaware State University’s overall accreditation by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools ensures adherence to standards of excellence that range from mission and goals to educational effectiveness.  Accreditation is an ongoing, integrated process and is a sign of academic excellence and an external measure of accountability.  This site is intended to educate and inform the campus on the self-study process and the accreditation review. It also  provides a detailed view of Delaware State University’s (DSU) compliance with MSCHE 14 standards.  The University Self-Study Steering Committee, co-chaired by the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs/Institutional Effectiveness and the Director of the University’s Center for Teaching and Learning, led the 2012 self-study process.   The University’s Self-Study has two overarching goals. While creating a comprehensive review of DSU’s performance as measured against MSCHE’s 14 Standards, the Self-Study also creates a framework for continuous growth and improvement as DSU implements its new vision to become one of America’s most highly respected HBCUs. The self-study process serves the institution as a mechanism for institutional improvement and renewal by providing an agenda for action. In order to reach these goals, the self-study objectives are as follows: Conduct a thorough assessment of the institution’s effectiveness in accomplishing its Mission and goals; Identify the institution’s strengths and suggested areas for growth and expansion; Demonstrate evidence of ongoing efforts to correct identified areas in order to continuously improve; Infuse the campus culture with greater awareness and enthusiasm for change that leads to continuous improvement; Continue to utilize the critical components of assessment, planning, and budget allocation as a basis for data-informed decision-making; Produce a set of thoughtful action items and suggestions that will improve all aspects of the University. Thanks to all faculty, staff, students and others, who assisted with the process.   Campus Map Faculty and Staff Policies and Procedures Delaware State University's Strategic Plan Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

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6-00: Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Policies and Procedures Table of Contents 6-01:  Field Trip Policy (Release of Liability Agreement & Medical Information Form) 6-05:  DSU Student Conduct Standards and Policies 6-07: Emergency Procedures Guide 6-08: Minors on Campus 6-09: Change of Grades 6-10: DSU Movies Policy    

Human Resources Policies and Procedures

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4-00: Human Resources Policies and Procedures Table of Contents 4-03:  Essential Employee Policy 4-04:  Records Management, Retention & Disposition 4-05:  Misuse of Confidential Information 4-07: Dress Code Policy 4-08: Nepotism 4-12: Conflict of Interest Policy 4-13: Access to Policies and Procedures 4-15: Employee Tardiness Policy 4-22: Probationary Period 4-24: Military Leave 4-28: Employment Background Check Process 4-30: HIV/AIDS Policy 4-32: Whistleblower Policy 4-40: Sabbatical Leave Policy  

Administrative Policies and Procedures

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1-00: Administrative Policies and Procedures Table of Contents 1-01:  University Foundation Conflict of Interest Policy 1-02:  University Policy Development and Management 1-03:  Trustee, Officer or Key Employee Conflict of Interest Policy 1-04: Fundraising, Sponsorship and Non-Monetary Support Solicitation Guidelines 1-05: Tobacco-Free and Smoke-Free Campus Policy 1-06: Inclement Weather Policy  

President's Holiday Open House

President Harry L. Williams and First Lady Robin Williams cordially invite the faculty and staff of Delaware State University to their home for an Open House on Tuesday, December 13, Wednesday, December 14, or Thursday, December 15, from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Loockerman Hall Holiday Open House - Dec. 2, 4 & 6

Deck the Hall … Loockerman Hall!
 

The Kent, New Castle and Sussex County Chapters of the DSU Alumni Association
will host a Holiday Open House at Loockerman Hall

December 2, 4 and 6
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Carlos Holmes, DSU historian, will give a presentation on the history of DSU from 12:15 pm - 1 pm each day.

All alumni and friends are invited. Light refreshments will be served.

Robert E. Buccini

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Robert E. Buccini First appointed by the Board of Trustees September 2011. Sworn in on September 15, 2011. Committees Development & Investment Committee Finance and Facilities Committee Mr. Buccini is the co-founder and co-president of The Buccini/Pollin Group, a real estate acquisition, development and management firm that is active in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast U.S. regions. As co-president, he leads the company’s office, residential, retail and parking development activity. The Buccini/Pollin Group has become the largest private office landlord in the Philadelphia metropolitan region. Previously, Mr. Buccini was assistant vice president for real estate development at the New York City Economic Development Corporation. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University.  
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