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UD named Center of Excellence in Nursing Education

The University of Delaware School of Nursing was among 16 programs nationwide recognized as a Center of Excellence by the National League for Nursing (NLN). The award recognizes nursing schools for their ability to demonstrate in a measurable way sustained excellence...

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CHS celebrates Simulation Week

Health Simulation Week celebrates professionals who use simulation to improve safety, effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare delivery. Here in the College of Health Sciences, healthcare simulation plays an important role throughout the year helping students...

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The Sky is the Limit

While University of Delaware students immersed themselves in internships, traveled, worked and enjoyed their summer break, UD stayed busy on the latest installment of its expansion on the Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus.  After 18 months of...

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Students wanted to take the First Step

The start of the Fall Semester means new classes, new books and a new opportunity to be part of First Step! This innovative program gives undergraduate students a chance to make a difference and commit to creating a healthier world.  Student teams will be tasked with...

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Exercise as awareness

Being active is more than a hobby for Claire Romine. It’s more than a job, too, even though she graduated in May from the University of Delaware with a master’s degree in clinical exercise physiology. For her, physical activity is part of a recipe for healthy living -...

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UD PT students honored with scholarship

Three University of Delaware Physical Therapy Biomechanics & Movemement Science Ph.D. students were recently awarded scholarships from the Foundation for Physical Therapy. They were among 24 physical therapists receiving $340,000 in scholarships.  The Promotion of...

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CHS Alumni Awards

Outstanding Alumni Award Winners - 2018 Back row: L-R - Dr. Thomas Windley, PT; Dr. Aisha Lord Ryan, KAAP Front row: L-R – Ms. Diane Oliver, BHAN; Ms. Belena Butler, NURS; Ms. Susan Shibutani, MMS It was another busy weekend on the University of Delaware campus as...

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Health behavior change strategies

Beginning this fall, the Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition will offer a new course — HLPR630: Behavior Change Strategies and Tactics. Health behavior change is a complex process. Utilizing health coaching, the course teaches students the skills to develop...

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UD named Center of Excellence in Nursing Education

The University of Delaware School of Nursing was among 16 programs nationwide recognized as a Center of Excellence by the National League for Nursing (NLN). The award recognizes nursing schools for their ability to demonstrate in a measurable way sustained excellence...

CHS celebrates Simulation Week

Health Simulation Week celebrates professionals who use simulation to improve safety, effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare delivery. Here in the College of Health Sciences, healthcare simulation plays an important role throughout the year helping students...

The Sky is the Limit

While University of Delaware students immersed themselves in internships, traveled, worked and enjoyed their summer break, UD stayed busy on the latest installment of its expansion on the Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus.  After 18 months of...

Students wanted to take the First Step

The start of the Fall Semester means new classes, new books and a new opportunity to be part of First Step! This innovative program gives undergraduate students a chance to make a difference and commit to creating a healthier world.  Student teams will be tasked with...

Exercise as awareness

Being active is more than a hobby for Claire Romine. It’s more than a job, too, even though she graduated in May from the University of Delaware with a master’s degree in clinical exercise physiology. For her, physical activity is part of a recipe for healthy living -...

UD PT students honored with scholarship

Three University of Delaware Physical Therapy Biomechanics & Movemement Science Ph.D. students were recently awarded scholarships from the Foundation for Physical Therapy. They were among 24 physical therapists receiving $340,000 in scholarships.  The Promotion of...

CHS Alumni Awards

Outstanding Alumni Award Winners - 2018 Back row: L-R - Dr. Thomas Windley, PT; Dr. Aisha Lord Ryan, KAAP Front row: L-R – Ms. Diane Oliver, BHAN; Ms. Belena Butler, NURS; Ms. Susan Shibutani, MMS It was another busy weekend on the University of Delaware campus as...

Health behavior change strategies

Beginning this fall, the Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition will offer a new course — HLPR630: Behavior Change Strategies and Tactics. Health behavior change is a complex process. Utilizing health coaching, the course teaches students the skills to develop...

Fulbright and medical school for Briyana Chisholm

University of Delaware senior Briyana Chisholm is headed to medical school … soon. The medical diagnostics was accepted Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell; she intends to specialize in pediatric hematology/oncology. However, before the...

DNA replication in HPV

A pair of researchers from the University of Delaware Department of Medical and Molecular Sciences are investigating genetic variations in DNA replication of human papillomaviruses (HPV) and its correlation with HPV-related cancers. UD’s Esther Biswas-Fiss and...

Pipeline program’s Jordan Carr to major in medical diagnostics

Jordan Carr is headed to the University of Delaware this fall as one of 106 medical diagnostics majors in the Department of Medical and Molecular Sciences. But he’s already a well-known face in the College of Health Sciences after being a participant in last year’s...

Anahid Ebrahimi named 2018 Cross scholar

Anahid Ebrahimi, a doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering at the University of Delaware, is a recipient of this year’s K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award from the Association of American Colleges & Universities. She is one of seven graduate students...