Honoring its history | Celebrating its future

Chrysler | Community Celebration

Friday, October 30th, 5:30pm-7:30pm

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Global Clinical Internships

Nursing students provide care in rural India

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Research shows

that salt affects more than just blood pressure

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Our students

gain an outstanding education and are able to deliver high-quality,
individualized patient-centered care.

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Study Abroad

Nursing students provide care at Peebles Hospital in the British Virgin Islands

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makes moving a bit easier

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Nursing students

preserve and catalog artifacts ahead of the school’s 50th anniversary.

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You're Invited to an Inaugural Lecture

The University of Delaware College of Health Sciences announces the appointment of Emily J. Hauenstein, PhD, LCP, RN, FAAN, as the Katherine L. Esterly Unidel Chair in Health Sciences and the Senior Associate Dean for Nursing and Healthcare Innovation.

“Early experience, identity and mid-life health: What does social disparity have to do with it?”

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

UD College of Health Sciences

Providing a world-class education that develops strong and committed leaders, critical and analytical thinkers, and active and engaged citizens in a global community.

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CHS Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series


CHS Vital Stats

Undergraduate enrollment 2,582
Graduate enrollment 363
Undergraduate degree programs 15
Graduate degree programs 11
Faculty 98
Staff 61
Alumni 16,463

Tower to rise at UD’s STAR Campus next spring

Suburban Newark is about to get a skyline. A 10-story tower that will host a mix of high-tech and residential tenants will begin rising next spring at the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology & Advanced Research Campus, its developer said Tuesday.... read more

Empowerment through feminine hygiene

Former ‪#‎UDel‬ student and First Step Grand Challenge participant Lindsay Yeager is in the semifinals for the United Nations’ Project Inspire. Her project focuses on quality of life of Tanzanian women through the use of entrepreneurship and design to make and... read more

Research Study

We are seeking participants to take part in research studies. Taking part in a study could benefit you directly, and will certainly benefit others as findings will be used to understand, develop and improve treatments and innovations in healthcare. Whether you have a disease/health issue or are a healthy individual interested in being a study control participant, we want to hear from you! Join our mailing list so we can contact you on occasion when a new study is available.

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Nurse Managed Health Center

Primary Care

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Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

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Physical Therapy Clinical Services

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