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<p>DSU President Harry L. Williams shakes hands with Red Clay School District Superintendent Merv Daugherty after signing an agreement to offer IT courses to high school students at <a href="mailto:DSU@Wilmington">DSU@Wilmington</a>.</p>
Education, Health and Public Policy, Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology, Graduate Studies, Partnerships & Collaborations

DSU@Wilmington, Red Clay School District Sign Agreement

Friday, February 17, 2017

Delaware State University and the Red Clay School District in Greater Wilmington, Del. today signed an agreement that will open the door for high school students of that district to take upper level computer science classes at the DSU@Wilmington facility on Kirkwood Highway.

<p>(L-r) Del. Public Service Commissioner Mike Karia, Sen. Tom Carper, College of Math., Nat. Sci. &amp; Tech. interim Dean Clytrice Watson, Mayor Robin Christiansen, Delmarva Power Regional President Gary Stockbridge, DSU President Harry Williams</p>
Agriculture and Related Sciences, Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology, Research & Innovation, Office of the President, Partnerships & Collaborations

DSU and Exelon Dedicate New Renewable Energy Ed Center

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Delaware State University joined today with Exelon and Delmarva Power to dedicate its new Renewable Energy Education Center (REEC) on campus.

<p>DSU, Opportunity Scholarship, DACA, New York Times Magazine</p>
Partnerships & Collaborations, International Affairs, Student Success

Opportunity Scholarship Students Featured in NY Times Magazine

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Indira Islas and the stories of her fellow DSU Opportunity Scholarship students were featured in the Jan. 29 edition of The New York Times Magazine. The entire article is reprinted below.

Photo by Angela Strassheim for The New York Times.