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The Academic programs are Education, Nursing, Social WorkPublic Health, and Movement Science. The Community based program is the Capitol Park Community Center.

Building on the mission of the University, the mission of the College of Education, Health and Public Policy is to promote excellence in education, research and health related services for our students, citizens of Delaware, the nation and the world. These pursuits will focus on increasing knowledge, shaping policy and providing solutions for health related issues. The educational programs are guided by the standards and ethics of the various professional organizations and accrediting agencies. The College is dedicated to preparing students in health professions for graduate study who will be informed professionals empowered to lead and manage change while shaping society's future.


















Wednesday, November 2, was the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for the CEHPP Food Pantry making us the first institution of higher education in the state of Delaware to provide this service to our students.   The ceremony included comments by DSU President Dr. Harry L. Williams; Mr. Harry Keswani, Founder of the Harry K Foundation and sponsor of the Food Pantry; President and CEO of the Food Bank of DE, Ms. Patricia Beebe; and Dr. Marshá T. Horton, Dean of the College of Education, Health and Public Policy.  This need was identified by Ms. Amy Goote-Ash, Instructor, Department of Public and Allied Health Sciences.  Her vision which was funded by a generous donation from the Harry K. Foundation, and facilitated by the Food Bank of Delaware, was implemented by a team of faculty, staff, and students including, but not limited to, Chaplain Pamela Adams, Ms. Patrice Elder, Mrs. Susan Kelly, Ms. Angela Shorter, Dr. Erica Taylor, Dr. Hazel Beaumont, Dr. Jacqueline Washington, and Mrs. Lynn McGinnis. 

Through the DSU Food Pantry – located in the John R. Price Building on campus – food insecure Delaware State University students will be able to access emergency food and hygiene products by visiting the food pantry. The new pantry will offer a variety of nutritious food products and hygiene items. Students will select food based on their needs. Food for the pantry will be provided by the Food Bank of Delaware and school-wide food drives or community donations.  For more information on comments made at the ribbon cutting ceremony, click here.

In addition, DSU hosted the Mobile Food Pantry.  Students were able to get everything from cookies to chicken!  The pantry was staffed by the following student volunteers, Jordan Dupree, Keith Allen, Rodney Bennett, Shatiek Billups, Edward Hurley, Dukens Jean-Marie, Donte Moten, Kristina Jenkins, Nicolette Gross, Beverlyn Ongeri, Najah Smith, and Amber Hunt.

Thanks to all who helped to make this day special.  We look forward to a long partnership with the Food Bank of Delaware and the Harry K Foundation.

For a slide show of pictures from the Mobile Food Pantry, click here.


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Food Pantry – Price Room 208

On Friday, October 7, there was a soft opening for the food pantry. Chaplain Pam and the 4 interns opened the pantry from 12 noon to 3 p.m. and had 75 students walk through the door! The Food Bank expected us to have ten participants and no more than 20 - we definitely moved product!  This coming week we will not be open, Chaplain Pam and the students will be completing an evaluation of the process and experience ----they did a phenomenal job! We will be open the following week and will have an electronic announcement together.  Click here for pictures before the opening.  Click here for pictures after the opening.  


Heart Walk

On Saturday, October 22, despite the cold and rain, the HFLO (Health and Fitness Leaders Organization) and a team sponsored by the Delaware Center for Health romotion (Marianne Carter) participated as part of the DSU Heart Walk Team for the 3.1 mile Southern DE Heart Walk. The HFLO team raised $130 and the Carter team raised $1,358. Kudos for braving the bad weather.

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william justiceWilliam Justice
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa. Major: Movement Science Pre-med    
Classification: Senior  
GPA: 3.91

Tom Joyner Foundation Hercules Scholar

Today, The Tom Joyner Foundation (TJF) honors the fourth and final Hercules Scholar selected by Delaware State University (DSU). He's William Justice, the eighth child in his family, and a future medical doctor who plans to serve in marginalized underrepresented communities. He has other big plans, too. CLICK HERE to read more about his past and his future.

The Hercules Scholarship

The Hercules Scholarship formerly the Brotha’s On the Move Scholarship is now named after Tom Joyner’s late father Hercules L. Joyner. This scholarship embodies and celebrates successful male students attending HBCUs. Students selected for this scholarship must exhibit academic excellence, leadership skills and community services. They must be a male, enrolled as a full time student and have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. All students are selected to be Hercules Scholars through the Tom Joyner Foundation School of the Month program. The students are also announced on the Tom Joyner Morning Show every Thursday.

Thanks for allowing us to share the great news about Delaware State University with you this month. Delaware State University continues to make its mark on the state, nation and the world!


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College of Education, Health and Public Policy
Price Building, Room 114
1200 N. DuPont Highway
Dover, DE 19901-2277
302.857.6704 Fax

Mon. - Fri. 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Meet The Dean & Staff

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Jacqueline A. Washington, Ed.D.
Associate Dean
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Lynn McGinnis
Lynn McGinnis, MBA
Administrative Assistant/Finance & Budget Assistant
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