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Center for Global Health to offer 2018 travel program to Italy

The University of Delaware Center for Global Health is offering a 2018 travel program to Italy. The program is open to all of the University adult community as well as friends, family and alumni. There are 42 open seats on this program. “This is a premier travel...

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Why it’s almost impossible to do a quintuple jump

WIRED senior writer Robbie Gonzalez wanted to learn the science of jumping in winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and figure skating. So naturally he interviewed biomechanics researcher Jim Richards (Kinesiology & Applied Physiology), who's worked for many years...

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Feb. 22: ‘Nutritious Newark Cook-Off’

STAR Health invites the general public and the UD community to the third-annual “Nutritious Newark Cook-Off” on Thursday, Feb. 22 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the STAR Health Sciences Complex. Chefs will create delicious, healthy dishes and let the public decide on the...

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Thomas Buckley talks concussions in football

WDEL interviewed researcher Thomas Buckley (Kinesiology & Applied Physiology) about the worry over concussions in football. During the discussion, Buckley explained that we are a long way away from saying that football is a direct cause of chronic traumatic...

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Is the quintuple jump in figure skating physically possible?

Scientific American interviewed Jim Richards of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, who studies the mechanics of figure-skating jumps. With the Winter Games approaching, Richards said he does not think a quintuple is feasible for the human body. To stay in the air...

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Delaware Business Times’ 25 people to watch in 2018

Delaware Business Times asked industry leaders to identify people to watch in their respective sectors. Among the 25 individuals to watch is Kathleen Matt, Dean of the College of Health Sciences. Read about Dean Matt and other people to watch around the First...

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Eating disorders movie night for the community

The University of Delaware College of Health Sciences (CHS) invited the local community to Main Street Movies 5 in Newark, Delaware, for a unique discussion on anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorders. “Lecture and a Movie: Eating Disorders”...

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Medical laboratory sciences information session

Join our Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences for information sessions about graduate and undergraduate educational programs on Friday, Feb. 16 in room 006 of Willard Hall Education Building (25 N College Ave, Newark, DE 19716). A session on our undergraduate...

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Physical therapy alumna creates ‘Explore the Magic of Motion’ workshop for area Girl Scouts

Alumna Jazmine Tooles has turned what was originally a student project into an annual tradition for 6th to 12th graders. UD’s Department of Physical Therapy invites Girl Scouts to the STAR Health Sciences Complex for a workshop about the health professions. Working on...

Center for Global Health to offer 2018 travel program to Italy

The University of Delaware Center for Global Health is offering a 2018 travel program to Italy. The program is open to all of the University adult community as well as friends, family and alumni. There are 42 open seats on this program. “This is a premier travel...

What science tells us — and doesn’t tell us — about concussions

The concern over concussions in football is a favorite, hot-button topic in many media outlets. So University of Delaware researchers and area sports medicine partners collaborated on a Delaware Online opinion editorial on the science behind concussions. The piece was...

Why it’s almost impossible to do a quintuple jump

WIRED senior writer Robbie Gonzalez wanted to learn the science of jumping in winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and figure skating. So naturally he interviewed biomechanics researcher Jim Richards (Kinesiology & Applied Physiology), who's worked for many years...

UD Police Department to host marrow registry event inspired by Newark boy battling cancer

The University of Delaware Police Department will host a “Be The Match” marrow registry event on Feb. 19 at two locations — the STAR Health Sciences Complex (540 S College Avenue, Newark, DE 19713) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Perkins Student Center (325 Academy St,...

Feb. 22: ‘Nutritious Newark Cook-Off’

STAR Health invites the general public and the UD community to the third-annual “Nutritious Newark Cook-Off” on Thursday, Feb. 22 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the STAR Health Sciences Complex. Chefs will create delicious, healthy dishes and let the public decide on the...

Thomas Buckley talks concussions in football

WDEL interviewed researcher Thomas Buckley (Kinesiology & Applied Physiology) about the worry over concussions in football. During the discussion, Buckley explained that we are a long way away from saying that football is a direct cause of chronic traumatic...

Is the quintuple jump in figure skating physically possible?

Scientific American interviewed Jim Richards of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, who studies the mechanics of figure-skating jumps. With the Winter Games approaching, Richards said he does not think a quintuple is feasible for the human body. To stay in the air...

Delaware Business Times’ 25 people to watch in 2018

Delaware Business Times asked industry leaders to identify people to watch in their respective sectors. Among the 25 individuals to watch is Kathleen Matt, Dean of the College of Health Sciences. Read about Dean Matt and other people to watch around the First...

Eating disorders movie night for the community

The University of Delaware College of Health Sciences (CHS) invited the local community to Main Street Movies 5 in Newark, Delaware, for a unique discussion on anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorders. “Lecture and a Movie: Eating Disorders”...

Medical laboratory sciences information session

Join our Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences for information sessions about graduate and undergraduate educational programs on Friday, Feb. 16 in room 006 of Willard Hall Education Building (25 N College Ave, Newark, DE 19716). A session on our undergraduate...

In need of EMT volunteers, local fire stations look to UD students

The University of Delaware joined forces with local fire companies on emergency medical services. A unique course provides Christiana Fire and Aetna Hose Hook & Ladder companies with emergency medical technician volunteers and gives UD students much-needed...

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