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A program is in the works to have students in the University of Delaware’s Health Sciences program ride around in a van, providing care in Wilmington.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has reauthorized funding for its Sea Grant program, and the University of Delaware is set to get $685 thousand.


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The University of Delaware is raising its tuition for the upcoming school year.

The yearly cost for in-state undergraduates will go up $520, placing their bill at $13,680.

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University of Delaware’s Center for Carbon-free Power Integration will hold a workshop in Rehoboth Beach Wednesday, hoping to improve the public’s understanding of offshore wind power and its stake in Delaware.


UD Symphony Orchestra

The UD Symphony Orchestra heads to China this week for a concert tour.

The 90 member orchestra will spend 12 days in China playing halls of Beijing, XiAn, WuXi and Shanghai.

 

 


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Previously in our Enlighten Me segment, we’ve highlighted work created by students at Mount Pleasant High School in the Brandywine School District - home to WMPH and our Generation Voice Youth project.

But we figured – why stop there?  

Our effort to find other student voices we could share on The Green for a glimpse at issues and stories they find interesting and important this week takes us to the University of Delaware.


Courtesy of Michael Shay and University of Delaware

New research shows magnetic explosions occur in a turbulent part of the Earth’s magnetic field and scientists — including a University of Delaware professor — want to understand how this affects the region in space near the Earth where the majority of manmade satellites are.

 


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The University of Delaware is hoping the state will pitch in to fund a new biopharma building.


The Joint Capital Improvement Committee heard from Delaware colleges and universities Wednesday. They say they need millions in deferred maintenance costs.


Courtesy of University of Delaware

Former University of Delaware communications official Meredith Chapman died Monday in what Pennsylvania law enforcement officers say was a murder-suicide.

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