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Nicholas Lambrow, M&T Bank Delaware regional president, holding a donation check to the University with DSU President Harry Williams and others last summer, shows that he and his financial institution practice what he preaches in the op-ed with comes to private-public partnership that benefit school like Delaware State University.

The Kresge Foundation grant will support DSU's work in holding its annual HBCU Philanthropy Symposium where representatives from black colleges and universities collaborate to learn fundraising best practices. The left photo shows a presenter speaking during a session of a previous DSU Symposium.

International Opera Star Laquita Mitchell (l) coaches DSU Concert Choir tenor William Wicks during an Oct. 31 masterclass she held with the entire choir. The pianist is Evelyn Simpson Curenton.

Tetra Shockley, Esq., the 2016 Mrs. Delaware America and a state deputy attorney general, spoke to a speech class Nov. 2 in the Education and Humanities Building.

DSU President Harry L. Williams (l) and Rodney A Smolla, dean and professor of law, Widener Univ. Delaware Law School, shake hands after the agreement signing. Behind them are (l-r) Dr. Francine Edwards, interim dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Dr. Sandra DeLauder, assoc. provost; Barbara Ayars, Esq., assoc. dean of Del. Law admissions; Dr. Sam Hoff, director of the DSU Law Studies Program and Dr. Lee Streetman, professor of criminal justice.

(L-r) Dr. Marsha Horton, dean of the DSU College of Ed., Health and Public Policy; DSU President Harry Williams; Patricia Beebe, Food Bank of Delaware CEO; Harry Keswani, founder of the Harry K Foundation; and Dr. Jacqueline Washington, Assoc. Dean, College of Ed., Health and Public Policy, take part in the DSU Food Pantry ribbon cutting.

Pia Stokes is an associate director in DSU's Office of Admissions, where she oversees the admission of international students. She received the award from the Delaware ACE Women's Network during its annual Fall Awards Dinner on Oct. 20.

(L-r) Ian Terry Tcheliebou and Jamal M. Phillips are the first two recipients of the Hercules Scholarship Program as part of the Tom Joyner Foundation's School of the Month Program, which features Delaware State University as the selected school for the month of October.

Dr. Melissa Harrington (second from right), and three post-doctorates -- Dr. Arumugarajah Tharaneetharan, Dr. Joseph Lombardo and Dr. Dwight Higgins --.are doing research on motor neurons. The project is supported by funding from the National Science Foundation.

(L-r) Dr. Gabriel Gwanmesia, DSU professor of physics and engineering; Bishop Immanuel Bushu, chancellor of the Catholic University Institute of Buea, Cameroon; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Dr. Vincent Fondong, DSU professor of biological sciences; Ms. Pamela Khumbah, a representative of the Catholic University of Buea in the U.S., pose for a photo during a visit last summer to DSU.


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