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Barczewski, Dr. Richard A.
Associate Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Animal Science, Sustainable Agriculture, Animal Behavior
Besong, Dr. Samuel A
Assistant Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Influence of Omega-3 Fatty acids on lipid metabolism and regulation genes involve in biosynthesis of cholesterol; intervention strategies to address overweight and obesity among Children and adolescences; identification of Tropical Plants species rich in Nutraceuticals, especially Omega-3 fatty Acids and their Health Implications
Broderick, Dr. Cyril E.
Associate Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Plant Physiology and Plant Tissue Analysis
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Fox, Dr. Dewayne A.
Assistant Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Habitat selection and delineation in aquatic systems; population dynamics and conservation of endangered species; migratory behavior of diadromous fishes; the role of trophic interactions in structuring aquatic communities.
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Giesecke, Carol C.

Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Nutrition, Nutrition Education, Dietetics Education, Food Security, Obesity Prevention, Disease Prevention & Food Systems
Guo, Dr. Mingxin
Assistant Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Environmental fate and transport of agrochemicals in soils and water; Nutrient management and organic residue recycling; Biogeochemistry of trace elements in soil and aquatic systems; Surface/subsurface water quality chemistry; Soil remediation and land reclamation
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Hankoua, Bertrand
Senior Research Scientist
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Discovery, cloning, and recombinant expression in bacteria, yeast, and energy feedstocks of novel thermophilic and ex-tremophile starch hydrolyzing genes, as well as genes-encoding laccase, lignin peroxidases, and manganese peroxidase
Heckscher, Christopher M.
Associate Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Behavioral Ecology of Catharus thrushes; Avian Habitat Selection; Biogeography of rare terrestrial vertebrates and and invertebrates; Conservation of biological diversity; Structure and function of rare and imperiled ecosystems; Long-distance vocal communication in visually impaired environments; and Effect of alien invasive plant species in forest ecosystems
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Kalavacharla, Dr. Venugopal
Assistant Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Plant molecular genetics & genomics
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Lee, Jung-lim
Assistant Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Food safety, food microbiology, etc.
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McIntosh, Dr. Dennis M
Associate Research Professor and Extension Specialist
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Aquaculture Freshwater and marine aquaculture; water quality; integrated aquaculture/agriculture systems; aquaculture effluents; recirculation technology; sex ratio manipulation
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Ozbay, Dr. Gulnihal
Research Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Water quality driven toxicity in harmful algae, shellfish-algae dynamics, nutrient management, water quality, aquaculture regards to water quality management, aquatic ecology.
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Tucker, Dr. Arthur O
Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Ethnobotany, especially plants of flavor, fragrance, and medicine systematics of the Lamiaceae, especially the genus Mentha essential oil chemistry
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Vulinec, Dr. Kevina
Assistant Professor
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Wildlife ecology, tropical ecology
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Yost, Dr. Susan E
Herbarium Educator
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Ecology of violets (Violaceae) of N.E. U.S.; Vegetation Analysis, N.E. U.S.

Class of 1970

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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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