WELCOME BACK to SPRING SEMESTER BLUE HENS!
WELCOME BACK TO SPRING SEMESTER BLUE HENS!
See yourself as part of the future of healthcare here at the University of Delaware. From classroom experiences, clinical opportunities, study abroad and more, you’ll learn interdisciplinary approaches that will help you develop the knowledge and skills to be part of the next generation of healthcare leaders in your field.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE COLLEGE
Welcome back to Spring Semester, Blue Hens!
As we shift to online courses, the College of Health Sciences is here to help with this transition. Your professors and instructors have been preparing exciting ways for you to learn online. This is a new experience for some of them and so we’ll all be navigating this together.
Please know that our office is available to assist you and address any concerns. Connect with your advisor or contact our student services team at (302) 831-8073 or through email at email@example.com.
Stay healthy, be safe and take care of yourself.
Welcome back to Spring Semester at UD!
CORONAVIRUS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
We are here for our UD community during these unprecedented times. We are open virtually and scheduling tele-visits for both existing AND new patients that need care. Most concerns can be addressed via telehealth visits including;
- acute illness
- mental health concerns
- routine care for chronic diseases
Call the NMPCC office at 302-831-3195 to leave a message, and we are returning calls for visit requests or questions every hour during normal business hours. Our Nurse Practitioners are also on call 24/7
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EXPLORE THE STAR CAMPUS
The Science Technology and Research (STAR) Campus serves as the innovation hub for the College of Health Sciences. With research, personal clinical care and state-of-the art technologies, the sites at STAR are the first step towards building a healthier Delaware.
The Tower at STAR
Health Sciences at STAR
MAKERSPACE TO MARKETPLACE
Professor Martha Hall is developing a pattern of success in UD’s wearable technology lab
Jen Horney is a professor and founding director of the Epidemiology program in the College of Health Sciences
She is a leading authority on public health, with research specializing on the impacts of natural disasters and how communities and individuals can take action to prepare, respond and recover when they happen. She also has trained rapid response teams around the world to respond to outbreaks of novel and re-emerging diseases
She is a member of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response Board of Scientific Counselors.
She talked about the novel coronavirus and what actions may be taken here in the US and Delaware
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
Our students benefit from an experiential learning experience – designed towards focusing on all aspects of healthcare. Our college’s curriculum immerses students in research, simulation and clinical care.
Combined with strategic partnerships in the Delaware community and an ever-growing Science Technology and Research (STAR) Campus, the experiences gained by our students prepare them to address all aspects of healthcare, wellness, from research and care, to the preventative and social determinants of health.
FACTS & FIGURES
From game-changing research by UD faculty to businesses discovering the many benefits of partnering with us on the STAR Campus, the College of Health Sciences is driving sustainable economic change in Delaware.
Of Business and
Visits FYE ’18
Growth in Research