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November 2018

Exterior of Ettersburg Castle, site of ecohydrology workshop

International Ecohydrology Workshop - Nov. 9, 2018

UD students and experts consider first steps in research to address world water crisis.

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Ingrid Burke stands in front of an arid landscape

Climate Change Connects Delaware to Arid Landscapes - Nov. 2, 2018

Yale’s Ingrid Burke will give Mather Lecture on human impacts on temperate drylands.

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October 2018

Hurricane Precipitation satellite image

Hurricane Precipitation - Oct. 29, 2018

UD’s Cristina Archer looks at how wind farms can reduce hurricane rainfall.

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August 2018

Kevin Brinson and David Huntley (seated) assemble the low cost sensors in the CEMA shop in Pearson Hall

UD Scientists Develop Low-Cost Flood Sensing System - Aug. 30, 2018

DelDOT pilot program scheduled for summer 2019

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July 2018

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UD student begins internship at NASA's Johnson Space Center - Jul. 5, 2018

Natalie Zimmerman shares application experience and early days in Houston

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June 2018

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Persistence Throuhg the Ph.D. - Jun. 8, 2018

Dedication to mentoring others leads to success

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May 2018

Anna Lappé, Francis Moore Lappé

Rethinking the Food System - May. 22, 2018

Symposium engages food justice scholars, students and activists

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CEOE Honors Day 2018 - May. 7, 2018

Accomplishments of graduate students acknowledged at annual event

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April 2018

The Messenger: UD's Lore and Legends - Apr. 27, 2018

After 275 years, UD's legendary tales live on

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30th Annual State Geography Bee - Apr. 23, 2018

Competition engages Delaware youth in study of geography

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