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Division of Adult and Continuing Education Departments

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Administration Delaware State University provides personal attention and recognition from a talented, dedicated staff—from coaches to counselors to police officers. Consider us your own support team, ready to help you succeed. Use the links below to find contact information for administrative staff throughout the university. You can also return to the top of the directory and find more detailed contact information for individuals and departments using the Campus Directory. Division of Adult and Continuing Education Home Page  | Directory             Distance Education     Home Page |             Sussex Site     Home Page |             Wilmington Site     Home Page |  

Telecommunications

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Division for Technology and Information Systems Telecommunications The Office of Telecommunications at Delaware State University started in September 1999. The University is committed to raising the level of technology to its highest standard, in keeping with its own agenda. Delaware State University's state-of-the-art telecommunications system offers a wide variety of services to meet the requirements of faculty, staff, and students. The University's new Lucent Octel Voicemail System has served as a great communication link between our student, faculty and staff. Brochures are available fromthe Office of Telecommunications that provide instruction on telephone set and feature use. For brochures, information, or assistance related to the telecommunications system, please call the Office of Telecommunications at X7009, or e-mail Miss Charmaine Babb, Telecommunications Manager. It is our vision that the future of communications at Delaware State University empower the institution's forward thrust. The Office of Telecommunications is located in Grossley Hall, Room 131. All suggestions are welcome. Please refer them to Miss Charmaine Babb, Telecommunications Manager or call (302) 857-7009. Delaware State University provides electronic and digital communication for employees and students. Voice mail and e-mail are increasingly used to keep faculty, staff, and students aware of campus social, cultural, and educational events, as well as inclement weather closings, etc. This not only serves as a cost savings to the University, but also gets information to interested parties within minutes, instead of days. We encourage all members of the campus community to take advantage of these communication options that will help you to be more knowledgeable about Delaware State University. Exchanges There is only one exchange used on campus, 857. When calling the University Courtyard Apartments off campus, please dial 744-XXXX. Otherwise, the University Courtyard Apartments can be reached on campus by just dialing the 4-digit extension desired. Dialing Instructions On campus calls 4-digit extension Local Verizon information 9 + 411 Long distance information 9 + 1 + (area code) + 555-1212 International dialing 9 + 011 + country code + city code + local number If operator assistance is needed 9 + 0 Requests for new equipment All requests for new equipment, service, relocation of existing equipment, or modification of existing equipment, must first have the approval of the Budget Unit Manager. Upon receipt of approval, requests should be forwarded to the Office of Purchasing. No verbal requests will be honored. The Office of Telecommunications must be informed of all work. Generally allow three to five days from the date that the Office of Telecommunications receives the work request for the work to be completed. Please submit your request as far in advance of the date you need service as possible. If extra wiring or installation of conduit is required within the building, the final determination will be made by the Telecommunications Manager and the contractor assigned to do the work. Please note that a Purchase Order number is needed for all work requests. Directory Changes To ensure the availability of accurate directory information at all times, it is vital that all changes be reported in writing promptly to the Office of Telecommunications. Also, to correct directory information on the website, e-mail any name, title, location, or phone number changes to the webmaster at webmaster@desu.edu. New staff members should include their D100 number. Telephone Billings Departments and offices are currently billed by the University accounting department according to the main billing numbers of the system in each budget. The following general actions are taken by the University with respect to processing the bills: Updating the master telephone equipment, record and distribution of equipment, general service and system costs to the various budget units. Budget units are invoiced their applicable charges by computerized R-S-1 which is supported by a copy of the telephone company bill and a computer produced summary of charges.

Applied Optics Center

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Applied Optics Center An advanced technology center authorized by the State's 21st Century fund. Purpose: Facilitate the formation of strategic development alliances among primarily Delaware-based organizations, and pursue the development and commercialization of advanced optics based products. Initial focus is on laser diode devices and laser spectroscopy. This Center is organized as a non-profit Delaware corporation, Applied Optics Center of Delaware, Inc.(AOC). The AOC Board of Directors represents key industry sponsors (Dade-Behring, Altos, and B&W Tek) and Delaware State University and has met monthly. The Center is housed at laboratories in the Physics Department of Delaware State University. One laboratory is fully operational and the second is ready for occupation. One PostDoc is working with Dr. Melikechi at DSU and a graduate student is working for AOC with Prof. Watson at the University of Delaware. A second PostDoc and two additional graduate students are being sought. Computers and general laboratory equipment are in place and three of the four projects currently planned have commenced. Relationships are being developed with other Optics Centers. We are already addressing the issue of Center sustainability by identifying the core competencies on which the future of AOC will be built and identifying processes for grant applications by AOC and its members.

Public Relations Office Directory

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Administration Delaware State University provides personal attention and recognition from a talented, dedicated staff—from coaches to counselors to police officers. Consider us your own support team, ready to help you succeed. Use the links below to find contact information for administrative staff throughout the university. You can also return to the top of the directory and find more detailed contact information for individuals and departments using the Campus Directory. Public Relations Home Page   Public Relations Office 302-857-6060 Ms. Tracy CHANNEL B.A., Delaware State University Technician 302-857-6060 tchannel@desu.edu Mr. Carlos HOLMES News Coordinator Photographer 302-857-6060 cholmes@desu.edu  

Speakers Bureau

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The Delaware State University Speakers Bureau provides expert speakers who are available to speak at no charge. Church Civic club Organization Religious gathering School Service club University        To schedule a speaker, please contact Nancy Wagner, executive director of Community Relations.   The Office of Community Relations Delaware State University 1200 N. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901 Phone: 302.857.6054, Fax: 302.857.6058 Speakers Bureau Directory

Press Release Archive

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If you would like to reference an article that was posted before 2007, please contact the Office of Public Relations at 302.857.6062 or 302.857.6060 or email Carlos Holmes or Tracy Channel

Policies and Procedures

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Information on related policies and procedures as approved by the DSU Administrative Council This page will be updated as more policies and procedures are approved.   Bylaws   Board of Trustees Bylaws   Collective Bargaining Agreements   Local 1007 Local 1267   Policies   Banner Data Security Progressive Discipline Policy Family and Medical Leave Procedure Fundraising and Soliciting on University Property Non-Athletic Ticketing Policy Non-Discrimination Policy Sexual Harassment Policy Timely Warnings   Procedures   Determination of Faculty Teaching Loads Discrimination Complaint Resolution Procedure Dual Employment of Elected Officials Employee vs. Independent Contractor Determination Ethical Standards of Professional Behavior Freedom of Information Request Immigration Matters in Employment Leave Request Procedure Recruitment, Selection, and Hiring of Classified and Professional Employees Time Reporting Procedure  

HR Forms & Templates

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  Form Annual Performance Evaluation and Criteria Based Job Description Application for Posted Position Bid Form Approval to Hire Memo Banner Web Time Entry (Student Handbook) Banner Web Time Entry (Supervisor Guide) Certification of Health Care Provider Change of Address Form   Educational Benefit Request Form Job Description Template Leave Request Management Performance Appraisal Reference Checking Form Hourly Timesheet Classified Timesheet Public Safety Timesheet W-4 Form Employee Self Service Instructions  

Copyright

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Even when no copyright symbol is in evidence, every creative work is protected by copyright. Whether you are interested in displaying a graphic from someone else's web site or protecting your own creative efforts, it is useful to understand the federal laws and University policies that protect original works against plagiarism or theft. Fair Use Federal copyright law allows for fair use (without permission) of copyrighted material for educational purposes. To determine whether use of copyright material falls under Fair Use guidelines, there are four factors to consider. To a certain extent, stricter adherence to any one of these factors can compensate for liberties taken with another. The following is the full text of the fair use statute from the U.S. Copyright Act. Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976. Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use "Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified in that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. "In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include -- the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; the nature of the copyrighted work; the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and  the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. The fact that a work is unpublished shall not itself bar a finding of fair use if such finding is made upon consideration of all the above factors." All graphics, photographs and text appearing on Delaware State University's home page and subsequent web pages are protected by copyright. Redistribution or commercial use is prohibited without express written permission. Delaware State University Digital Copyright Protection Policies It is the policy of the University to respect the copyright protections given by federal law to owners of digital materials and software. It is against University policy for faculty, staff, or students to use University equipment or services to access, use, copy or otherwise reproduce, or make available to others any copyright-protected digital materials or software except as permitted under copyright law (especially with respect to "fair use") or specific license. The software provided through the University for use by faculty, staff, and students may be used only on computing equipment as specified in the various software licenses. The University regards violation of this policy as a serious matter, and any such violation is without its consent and is subject to disciplinary action. Repeated violations will result in loss of computing privileges, among other sanctions. Pursuant to 37 CFR 201.38, the University has designated the following person to receive notification from copyright owners of claimed infringement of copyright:     Vice President for IT and CIO     Delaware State University     1200 N. DuPont Highway     Dover, Delaware 19901-2277     302.857.7037     302.857.7001 fax Logos and Other Licensed University Marks and Photography Logos and graphics relating to Delaware State University are registered and are subject to licensing agreements. If you have questions about legal use of any Delaware State athletic logos, see the Licensing Resource Group, Inc. website or contact Matt Millet, Senior Associate Athletic Director of Marketing and Promotions. For questions concerning the use of the official Delaware State logo (including the globe and the slogan "Making our Mark on the World"), contact Stacey Colton, Director of Integrated Marketing. If you are interested in using or obtaining photographic images, contact Tracy Channel in the Office of Public Relations. For all other questions or comments concerning the website, contact the Webmaster:       Aaron Officer II     DSU Webmaster     Delaware State University     1200 N. DuPont Highway     Dover, Delaware 19901-2277     302.857.7261     webmaster@desu.edu Delaware State University is an Equal Opportunity Institution.

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