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Labyrinth construction begins on STAR Campus

Labyrinth construction begins on STAR Campus

University of Delaware students may be on summer break, but the flurry of activity continues on the STAR Campus. Sunny skies prevailed on Tuesday, June 11 for the groundbreaking of the College of Health Sciences Labyrinth, which is scheduled to be completed this...

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MMS student named High-Index senior of Class of 2019

MMS student named High-Index senior of Class of 2019

It is quite a feat to maintain perfect grades throughout college. For 2019, University of Delaware medical laboratory science major Katelyn Koluch earned the recognition as the high index senior among her graduating peers. There was a 17-way tie among students who...

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Alumni Weekend brings Blue Hens home

Alumni Weekend brings Blue Hens home

What a weekend! It was such a treat to see so many familiar faces back on campus for Alumni Weekend, held June 7-9. We are thrilled by the success of our staff and alumni, who make the College of Health Sciences look good every day. A reception Friday night on the Old...

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Congratulations to the Class of 2019!           

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!           

The College of Health Sciences is pleased to introduce you to the graduating class of 2019! On Friday, May 31 CHS students crossed the stage during convocation ceremonies held throughout the day. UD’s newest alumni are heading to graduate school programs, research...

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Darcy Reisman named chair of Physical Therapy Department

Darcy Reisman named chair of Physical Therapy Department

Dr. Darcy Reisman will serve as the incoming Chair of the College of Health Sciences Department of Physical Therapy, beginning Sept. 1. She will take over the position vacated by Dr. Gregory Hicks, who starts in his new role July 1 as deputy dean for the college.  "We...

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Brainstorm-a-Palooza encourages student ideas, innovation

Brainstorm-a-Palooza encourages student ideas, innovation

The start of final exams at the University of Delaware means long hours spent writing papers, cramming for tests and packing up the end of another school year. But even the most diligent students need a study break to recharge, relax and, hopefully, replenish their...

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Retiring a legend

Retiring a legend

Keith Handling's retirement party filled the North Atrium of the Health Sciences Complex last week with students, alumni, appreciative colleagues and other well-wishers saluting the beloved and long-serving associate professor in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology....

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