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Balogun, Dr. F. Odun
Professor
Department of English and Foreign Languages
My research interests are the African short story and novel. Lately, how self identity is influenced by temporal and physical setting in African and African American prose.
Banerjee, Dr. Padmini
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Adaptation to host country and mental health issues in transnational diasporic immigrant/ refugee populations/ public policy implications.
Becker, Donald W.
Assistant Professor
Department of Art
Visual and Performing Arts Department Intaglio prints with emphasis on the archeological object.
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Cawley, Dr. Alexa S
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy
Colonial American and Atlantic World History, especially in the Chesapeake and Eastern Shore regions
Chen, Dr. Li
Associate Professor
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
Human resources management in sport, coaching evaluation and incentives, sport marketing
Cheng, Dr. Yinghong
Assistant Professor
Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy
Political Science and Philosophy Department World history, Chinese history
Chu, Dr. Ling-chuan
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
My nascent research interests are in two areas. One area is to examine the social perception of names, racial identity and body image. The second area is in health psychology. I am exploring the practical implications of psychology principles in weight control, and stress management.
Crawford, Lori
Assistant Professor
Department of Art
Advancing Computer Graphics through Art
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Friel, Dr. Brian M.
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Reading and Word Recognition Processes; Skill Development and Measures of Expertise; Decision Making in Dynamic Environments
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German, Dr. Myna
Associate Provost
Department of Mass Communications
Mass Communications Department Religion and Media; Women in Media; History of Religion
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Hoff, Dr. Samuel B
Professor
Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy
Political Science and Philosophy Department American Institutions, American Political Thought, Research Methods, Political Psychology, American Foreign Policy
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McCallister, Dr. Rick
Assistant Professor
Department of English and Foreign Languages
Latin American Poetry, Central American Literature, Film
Morrison, Mabel R.
Associate Professor
Department of Art
The research, artistic, and musical creations are rendered to authenticate music as an academic discipline and to share the beauty of great classical masterpieces with students, academic scholars, and the general population.
Murgia, Dr. Carla J.
Associate Professor
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
Etiology & Intervention Training Effects - Musculoskeletal Injury in Elite Adolescent Athletes; Strength & Proprioception Training Effects in Mature Populations; Training Effects on Childhood Obesity; Internet Global Resource Sharing.
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Osei, Dr. Akwasi P
Assistant Professor
Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy
Africa in the International System; Global Studies; Global Africa
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Rogers, Dr. Amy A.
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Social Justice
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Shorter, Angela D.
Director of the Center for Fitness and Wellness
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
Fitness, Wellness, Exercise Psychology
Skelcher, Dr. Bradley
Associate Provost
Department of Art
3-Dimensional Imaging of Subsurface Archeological Objects, Homeland Security Partnership with Secretary of Homeland Security for the State of Delaware
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Tomcho, Dr. Thomas J.
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Health psychology and adult psychopathology, involving the interplay of biopsychosocial factors that influence treatment adherence and outcome in patients with comorbid medical and psychological illness; developing methods of assessing patient adherence, identifying modifiable factors, and testing targeted interventions among patients with diabetes.
Tucci, Roberta
Associate Professor
Department of Art
Visual and Performing Arts Department Arts Curriculum and Instruction; Art Program Evaluation; Professional Preparation for Artists; Creative Activity: Organic Abstraction: Acrylic on Canvas Paintings

DSUAA Legacy Hall of Fame Mixer

The Delaware State University Alumni Association Cordially Invites You to Support the

Legacy Hall of Fame Mixer

Friday, October 17, 2014
(Homecoming Weekend)
9:00 pm to 1:00 am
Delaware State University
Bank of America Building Lobby

Tickets: $25.00 per person
Net proceeds to benefit the Endowed Alumni Legacy Scholarship Fund

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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Office of Development
 

Carolyn Curry
Vice President for Institutional Advancement/ Chief of Staff
ccurry@desu.edu

Vita Pickrum
Sr. Associate Vice President for Development & Alumni Relations
vpickrum@desu.edu

Erin Abrams
Sr. Prospect Researcher
eholloman@desu.edu

Bryant Bell
Director of Development
btbell@desu.edu

Dr. Lisa Dunning
Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations
ldunning@desu.edu

Dawn Hopkins
Prospector Researcher
dhopkins@desu.edu

Michael Miller
Director of Development
mmiller@desu.edu

Jadeen Notice
Financial Administrator
jnotice@desu.edu

LaShawne Pryor
Director Annual Giving

Henrietta Savage
Budget Analyst/Administrative Assistant to the Vice President
hsavage@desu.edu

Dr. L. Germaine Scott-Cheatham
Assistant Vice President for Development
lcheatham@desu.edu

Charity Shockley
Grants Manager
cshockley@desu.edu

Office of Development
1200 N. DuPont Highway
Dover, DE 19901
Phone: 302.857.6055
Fax: 302.857.6058

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