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Biswas, Dr. Anjan
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Theory of Solitons; Nonlinear optics; Plasma Physics; Fluid Dynamics; Nuclear Physics; Mathematical Biosciences
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Davis, Dr. Leonard G.
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Molecular mechanisms of neuronal function
DiMaria, Dr. Peter R.
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
RNA Processing
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Gibson, Dr. Paul F.
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Different Geometry, Topology, Algebraic Probability.
Goudy, Dr. Andrew J.
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Hydrogen Storage and Fuel Cell Research
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Harrington, Dr. Melissa A.
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Neurophysiology; behavioral neuroscience
Helmy, Dr. Fatma M.
Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Phospholipases, particularly the phospholipase A2 (PLA2), phospholipase C (PLC) families, and their hydrolytic action on phospholipids.
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Ivey, Dr. Stan
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
P-glycoprotein glycosylation characterization; Ovarian Cancer, and Nanotechnology – 1) Sialic Acid-binding Oncoviruses and 2) Developing Nanotech Approaches to Deliver SMART Anti-cancer Agents
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Liu, Dr. Fengshan
Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Ground Penetrating Radar, Inverse Problems, Nonlinear Monotone Operators, Numerical Analysis, Wavelet Analysis, Statistics, Signal Analysis and Image Processing.
Liu, Dr. Jinjie
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Numerical partial differential equations and scientific computing with applications in computational fluid dynamics, computational electromagnetics, nanophotonics, metamaterials and nonlinear optics
Lloyd, Dr. Andrew D.
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Microbial Ecology
Lott, Dr. Dawn A.
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Applied mathematics, numerical solutions of partial differential equations: numerical and analytical methods in solid mechanics, nonlinear elasticity/plasticity, hyperbolic equations and numerical studies in biomechanics and nonlinear physiology. Specialist in: Finite element methods, finite difference methods, finite volume methods and spectral methods.
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Melikechi, Dr. Noureddine
Professor
Department of Physics & Pre-Engineering
Optics and laser spectroscopy.
Mennella, Dr. Thomas A.
Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
My lab studies the regulation of transcription in eukaryotic cells.
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Nandakumar, Dr. Nagaiah
Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Functional Analysis, Real and Complex Analysis, Numerical Analysis, College Mathematics
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Pokrajac, Dr. Dragoljub M.
Associate Professor
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
Computer and Information Sciences Department Data mining, machine learning, visual analytics, computational geometry and discrete algorithms. Multidisciplinary research ranges from classification of spectroscopy data, to detection of unusual objects in surveillance videos, to applications in environmental sciences and agriculture.
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Shi, Dr. Xiquan
Research Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Reverse Engineering, 3D model construction, NURBS, Numerical Analysis, Wavelet, Signal Analysis and Image Processing, Special Function.
Smolinski, Dr. Tomasz G.
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
Computer and Information Sciences Department Computational intelligence, machine learning, data mining and knowledge discovery, computational biology and bioinformatics, science education and innovative teaching techniques
Szabo, Dr. Theresa M.
Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences Department Neurophysiology, synaptic plasticity and the environment
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Umoh, Dr. Hanson M.
Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Compact Left-Topological Semigroups, Ultrafilters and Topological Algebra
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Wang, Dr. Qiquan
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry
Occurrence of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals in the environment and strategies of accelerating degradation of organic contaminants in the environment.
Watson, Dr. Clytrice L.
Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Microbiology: Use of Probiotics in disease prevention
Workie, Dr. Bizuneh
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry
Electrochemistry. Fuel Cell Recycling Technology Development. Non-aqueous electrophoretic deposition of aluminum nitride, and electrodeposition studies on heteropolymetallic complexes and palladium nanoparticles.
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Zerrad, Dr. Essaid
Professor
Department of Physics & Pre-Engineering
Scattering Theory and Bounds on Amplitudes; Atomic Asymptotic Behavior of Amplitudes in Nonlinear phenomena; Laser-induced breakdown of Solids; Generalized Hartree-Fock Theory of Collisions.
Zhang, Dr. Guoping
Research Faculty
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Mathematical physics and nonlinear PDEs, Inverse problem and its application to digital signal and image processing, Delay differential equations and its applications in biology
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Department of Biological Sciences

Class of 1970

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Click here to visit the Class of 1970 Gift page

Make your commemorative gift to DSU today on behalf of the Class of 1970 to honor the memories of a designee of your choice who contributed to your development during those years of matriculation.  The Class of 1970 would like to make a symbolic presentation at the 2010 Homecoming celebration.

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  Click here to visit the Class of 1970 Gift page Class of 1970 40th Anniversary Celebration Dear Classmate, This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the Delaware State College (now Delaware State University) Class of 1970.  In recognition of this occasion, a celebration will take place during the DSU Homecoming Weekend October 15-17, 2010. You are invited to join members of the Class on Saturday afternoon, October 16th, following the Homecoming football classic at a campus site to re-new old acquaintances and enjoy a celebration of our times at “Ole Delaware!” A commemorative gift to the University on behalf of the Class of 1970 will be raised to honor the memories of former faculty and staff, former students and loved ones, or a designee of your choice who contributed to your development during those years of matriculation.  We invite you to join your class members and friends by contributing to this gift, which will benefit the Class of 1970 general scholarship fund to support deserving students.  We are soliciting $5 for each year graduated amounting to a $200 tax-deductible contribution. We would like to make a symbolic presentation at the Homecoming celebration. All contributions should be made payable to the Delaware State University Foundation, Inc. and sent to: Office of Development, 1200 N. DuPont Highway, Dover, Delaware 19901. You may also give online by clicking the line above. For more detailed information about the Class celebration, you may contact Charles H. Mays at 240 899-0715 (cell), chmays@comcast.net or Reggie Ward at 484 678-2788 (cell), regkappaward@yahoo.com. Come to the DSU Homecoming 2010 and enjoy a time of celebration as we, The DSC/DSU Class of 1970, recall “The Way We Were.”   Sincerely Yours,   Charles H. Mays DSC Class of 1970   Reggie Ward DSC Class of 1970                              
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