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<p>Holly Miller, a biological science graduate students, explains her research poster on the detection of nuclear and cytoplasmic protein and the protein interaction of the CD44 intracytoplasmic domain with RUNX2 by proximity ligation assay.</p>
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2018 DSU Research Day held

Sunday, April 22, 2018

DSU Research Day held April 20

<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>
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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>DSU, Commencement</p>
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2016 Dec. Commencement -- Article and Photo Slideshow

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Gov. Jack Markell congratulates Adam Cardenas on his completion of a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications, while David Turner (l)  chairman of the DSU Board of Trustees, and DSU President Harry L. Williams look on. Earlier in the Commencement, Gov. Markell was presented an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from DSU.