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Company Overview of Delaware State University
Delaware State University is a public university that offers undergraduate and advanced-degree courses. Delaware State University was formerly known as Delaware State College and changed its name to Delaware State University in July, 1993. The institution was founded in 1891 and is based in Dover, Delaware.
1200 North Dupont Highway
Dover, DE 19901-2277
Founded in 1891
Key Executives for Delaware State University
Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
Dean of College of Business
Chair of Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Chair of Department of Nursing
Chair of Department of Physics and Pre-Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Delaware State University Key Developments
Delaware State University Presents at World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, May-12-2014
May 9 14
Delaware State University Presents at World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, May-12-2014 . Venue: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
Delaware State University Launches New Memorandum of Cooperation with Celal Bayar University
Mar 26 14
Delaware State University has expanded its international possibility through the launching of a new relationship with Celal Bayar University (CBU). DSU President Harry L. Williams joined CBU President Mehmet Pakdemirli in jointly signing a Memorandum of Cooperation between the two institutions of higher education on March 24, 2014. The agreement, signed at DSU, opens the door for possible joint research and teaching activities, faculty and student exchanges, collaborations in business, administration, sciences and education, and the exchange of pedagogical material.
Delaware State University Enters into Long-Term Lease for Sheraton Hotel; Announces Board Changes
Jun 14 13
Delaware State University plans to expand operations next month by taking over a large hotel and conference center in the city for student housing and office space. The DSU board of trustees voted to enter into a long-term lease of the Sheraton Hotel on North Dupont Highway. The hotel, which is situated on 6.5 acres, is located about a quarter-mile north of the main campus. Trustees voted unanimously to approve a $12 million, 15-year lease with the hotel. The lease agreement includes an option for the university to buy the property in two years. The university is expected to take over operation of the 135,000-square-foot hotel by the end of July. Several hundred students will live in the hotel beginning this fall. The university plans to upgrade existing dorms, which will include adding air conditioning and other amenities. The cost of upgrading the dorms, and the housing selected for that work, is still being assessed. Students will be shuttled between the hotel and the main campus. In addition to student housing, university officials expect to move some administrative offices to the Sheraton site. The hotel has 153 rooms, and the conference center has 15 meeting and banquet rooms. Next year, the new location might be the home of a new charter school. That decision would be up to the directors of the high school. The school is expected to open next year.
Former governor and congressman Mike Castle was announced as the newest member of the board. He was appointed to the six-year seat. Castle succeeds Calvin T. Wilson.
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