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Barry M. Granger

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Barry M. Granger, Board Vice Chair First appointed by the board in June 2010 and sworn in that same month. Current Expiration Date – Aug. 31, 2020 Committees Executive Committee Audit Committee, chair Committee on Trustees (Board Development & Governance) Personnel and Compensation Committee Barry M. Granger is the vice president for DuPont Government Marketing & Government Affairs, a company he has worked for since 1987. Prior to his arrival at DuPont, he held various positions with the Dow Chemical Company. Mr. Granger holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and a Master of Business Administration from Indiana University. He is a former board member of Salesianum High School of Wilmington and for the Eastern Seals of Delaware & Maryland. The DuPont executive is a resident of Bethesda, Md.   The board appointment of Mr. Granger fills the vacant board seat that was created by 2005 legislation that expanded the DSU Board of Trustees to 15 members.      
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Lois M. Hobbs

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Lois M. Hobbs First appointed by Gov. Jack Markell on June 11, 2010. Current Expiration Date – Jan. 11, 2017 Committees Educational Policy Committee Student Affairs Committee Lois M. Hobbs has worked the last four years as an independent educational consultant. Prior to that from 1996-2006 she served as the superintendent of the Indian River School District, which serves 7,600 students in Sussex County. During her career, she has also been a regional administrator for the Charles County Public Schools and a teacher, principal and assistant superintendent for the Prince George’s County Public School. Ms. Hobbs has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts in Elementary School Administration. She has served on the Governor’s Task Force on School Libraries and on the Lt. Governor’s Models of Excellence in Education Steering Committee. The former district superintendent is a resident of Ocean View, DE.   Ms. Hobbs succeeds former board member Willa Mae Jordan, whose term expired in 2010.  
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Matthew Mackie, Ph.D.

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  Educational Policy Committee Student Affairs Committee Matthew Mackie, Ph.D. First appointed by Gov. Ruth Ann Minner on Jan. 4, 2006 Current Expiration Date — Jan. 4, 2012 Dr. Mackie has been a research assistant professor at Temple University since the Spring of 2005. He has done extensive research, authored and co-authored papers on the development of the theory of photoassociation and Feshbach resonances. Dr. Mackie earned a BS in Physics from Delaware State College (Magna Cum Laude) in 1991, a MS and Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Connecticut in 1993 and 1999 respectively.        

Farmers Market

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  Delaware State University is pleased to host the Farmers Market for the third straight year. The market is open every Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. until late September. This year the location has moved to the corner of Rt. 13 and College Road next to the Agriculture Museum. The entrance is off College Road. Because the mission of Delaware State University includes service to the community, there is no fee or registration to the vendor.  

Official DSU Travel Packages

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"The MEAC/SWAC Challenge is more than just a football game - it's all about Delaware State University pride!"

Click here to sign up for the DSU MEAC/SWAC Golf Outing.

 

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  Student Travel Packages to MEAC/SWAC Challenge Orlando, Florida- September 5, 2010 The following information is for current DSU students traveling to the MEAC/SWAC challenge football game in Orlando, Florida on September 5.  Please note that the list of events is subject to change, and all deposits made for reservations of this package are non-refundable.  Chaperones and security will accompany students on the bus while traveling along with attending all scheduled events in Orlando, Florida.  $197.00 Travel Packages Include: Bus Departure from DSU Campus September 2nd, 2010 Return to DSU campus September 6th, 2010 3 night stay at Royal Plaza Hotel http://www.royalplaza.com    (4 students to a room) 1 day pass to Disney Theme Park 1 ticket to DSU vs. Southern football game Transportation around Disney provided by Pro-Tran  http://www.professional-transportation.com/ Payment Deadlines: All deposits and payments are non-refundable. $50.00 Non-Refundable deposits are due by July 31, 2010 All balances must be paid in full by August 20, 2010 All orders are subject to a $5.00 processing fee Information/Contacts: For questions about the trip please contact Justine Wilmot at 302-857-6391. For questions about the payment process or assistance needed setting up an account please contact Franklin Meredith at 302-857-7497 To reserve online, Click Here Alumni, Fans, and Friends Travel Packages to MEAC/SWAC Challenge Orlando, Florida- September 3-6, 2010 The following information is for Alumni, Fans, and Friends s traveling to the MEAC/SWAC challenge football game in Orlando, Florida on September 5.  Please note that the list of events is subject to change. Packages Starting at $299 Include: 2-3 night stay at Rosen Plaza Hotel http://www.rosenplaza.com Ticket to DSU vs. Southern football game Transportation to and from all event sites (Including Disney Theme Parks) VIP onsite travel assistance Information/Contacts: For questions about the trip please contact Lorene Robinson at 302-857-6050. For questions about the payment process or assistance needed setting up an account please contact Anthony Travel at 1-888-632-6951. To reserve online, Click Here  

MEAC/SWAC Challenge Schedule of Events

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  Friday, September 3rd All Day Disney Step Show National Competition Disney Hollywood Studios   Enjoy this event as different teams showcase their best steppers to compete for the top prize. Join us at the Milk House to witness the stepping phenomenon in Orlando.  It will be a show like no other!       Saturday, September 4th All Day Disney Step National Competition Disney Hollywood Studios 2:30 PM Approaching Storm Parade Performance Magic Kingdom   See the Delaware State Band perform alongside all of Disney’s favorite characters.  Be apart of the Approaching Storm’s Magic Kingdom debut!       Sunday, September 5th 10 AM The Great Tailgate McCracken Field   All fans and the general public are invited to come to the game early and enjoy the tailgate extravaganza with an interactive tailgate area with food, games and tons of fun.       12 Noon  Delaware State vs. Southern Football Game Citrus Bowl   The Hornets will kick-off their 2010 season with this exciting battle for conference pride against the Jaguars of Southern University.       Half-time Battle of the Bands  Citrus Bowl   The Battle of the Bands will be an exciting competition between the electrifying marching bands from Southern and Delaware State.  They’ll square off at the Citrus Bowl and highlight their best sounds and moves.  You won’t want to miss this.  

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