Jurden confirmed Superior Court President Judge despite some opposition

Jurden confirmed Superior Court President Judge despite some opposition

Jan Jurden is First State’s new Superior Court President Judge, but her nomination drew some opposition during a special session of the State Senate Tuesday ...More
Delaware State Univ. to go smoke-free in 2015

Delaware State Univ. to go smoke-free in 2015

The school says that starting January 1 of the new year, smoking will only be permitted in designated areas on the main and satellite campuses. DSU will completely ban smoking on its grounds starting August 15. ...More
Gov. Markell highlights growth of college-credit high school courses

Gov. Markell highlights growth of college-credit high school courses

Dual enrollment allows students to earn college credit from their high school classes and participation statewide has more than doubled since last year as 1,500 students from 25 schools have signed up for one of over 100 applicable courses. ...More
SevOne signs on with UD STAR campus

SevOne signs on with UD STAR campus

Wilmington-based IT company SevOne will soon be moving into the University of Delaware’s STAR campus. The company will take up 50,000 square feet of the Science, Research And Technology campus, and will hire 150 workers in the field of information technology systems, with the potential to expand to 300 employees ...More
Wesley College receives grant for biomedical research programs

Wesley College receives grant for biomedical research programs

Wesley College has been awarded a four-year, $1.7 million grant to help expand its biomedical research programs. The grant comes from the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. ...More
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