Category: University Affairs

Fall semester to have Saturday classes, all winter study abroad trips cancelled

Fall semester to have Saturday classes, all winter study abroad trips cancelled

Campus News- July 1, 2020

More details on a hybrid class model for the Fall 2020 semester were released July 1 in an email from the Office of Communications and ...

Delaware legislature considers eliminating university FOIA exemption

Delaware legislature considers eliminating university FOIA exemption

Campus News- June 8, 2020

Representative Kowalko introduced a bill to remove an exemption in Delaware’s FOIA for both the University of Delaware and Delaware State University.​

“I’m going to use my resources:” Finance final exams under investigation for cheating

“I’m going to use my resources:” Finance final exams under investigation for cheating

Campus News- June 7, 2020

Students enrolled in Finance 311 with Chris Lynch found out that their final exam grades would be temporarily held, pending an investigation.

Top administrators to cut their salaries by 10% in response to financial strain on the university

Top administrators to cut their salaries by 10% in response to financial strain on the university

Campus News- May 12, 2020

According to university President Dennis Assanis, the coronavirus crisis had already cost the university about $50 million by April 7.

Faculty Senate hosts May meeting remotely, deliberates on important issues

Faculty Senate hosts May meeting remotely, deliberates on important issues

Campus News- May 11, 2020

As the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise in Delaware, the university’s Faculty Senate recently met to deliberate on several important issues.

A Fractured Relationship: The UD administration & the state of Delaware

A Fractured Relationship: The UD administration & the state of Delaware

Campus News- February 16, 2020

Despite the private versus public debate about the status of UD, the university is officially “for the benefit of all Delawareans,” according to Assanis.

A fresh(man) perspective on mandatory attendance

A fresh(man) perspective on mandatory attendance

News- October 14, 2019

Some administrators, faculty members and students disagree on is whether or not class attendance should be mandatory.

Faculty Senate celebrates 50 years of service

Faculty Senate celebrates 50 years of service

News- October 14, 2019

The Faculty Senate met for its monthly meeting on Oct. 7, recognizing 50 years of faculty governance on campus.

Confucius Institute set to close in early 2020

Confucius Institute set to close in early 2020

Campus News- October 8, 2019

The 10-year partnership will end in February 2020.