HEALTH SCIENCES AT STAR
While the University of Delaware maintains an active research and clinical care presence on the Science Technology and Research (STAR) Campus, the site is already a hub of innovation.
In addition to UD Health’s clinical-care services of physical therapy, primary care and speech therapy, the STAR Campus boasts a manufacture of clean fuel-cell power sources, a zero-emissions vehicle laboratory, and a 10,000 square foot wet lab incubator for small research companies.
As the site continues to grow with current construction with Chemours, a new train station, and a biopharma innovation building, the College of Health Sciences continues to foster strategic partnerships in the development of the STAR Campus.
PLANNING FOR TOMORROW
The University is building out much of the campus through collaboration with outside entities. UD owns the land and leases it to industry partners. Current and future tenants build facilities that suit their individual needs while simultaneously fitting the University’s vision of a mixed-use urban development with vibrant street life.
CHARLES PARKS SCULPTURES
Charles Park was named “The Sculptor of Delaware” by former Governor Jack Markell. Charles Parks touched the lives of many through his splendid work. His art, rooted in Delaware, conveys his commitment to family and friends. His spirit lives on through his body of work and continues to bring joy to all who view them. These sculptures add a humane and rich iconic Delaware touch that brings meaning ot the work happening on STAR Campus — work driven to improve the health of all Delawareans.
“The Point is to create symbols that fill a spiritual need in one’s own time”
– Charles Parks