New Goldwater Scholar

New Goldwater Scholar

Jackson Burns one of 68 engineering majors recognized across the U.S. Jackson Burns, an honors chemical engineering student at the University of Delaware, has been selected for the Goldwater Scholarship, one of the most prestigious scholarships in the natural...
Programming the Soon-to-Be World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Programming the Soon-to-Be World’s Fastest Supercomputer

UD’s Chandrasekaran leads team on the exascale frontier What’s it like designing an app for the world’s fastest supercomputer, set to come online in the United States in 2021? The University of Delaware’s Sunita Chandrasekaran is leading an elite international team in...
Studying the Virus in Real Time

Studying the Virus in Real Time

During a pandemic, curriculum becomes more real for computational biology students The coronavirus (COVID-19) is still, after a year of wreaking havoc worldwide, largely a puzzle. As physicians and researchers around the globe work to treat patients and study the...
Together We Build

Together We Build

UD Students, Faculty Attend Grace Hopper Celebration The world’s largest gathering of women technologists took place virtually from September 29 to October 3 with several University of Delaware faculty and students in attendance. Over 30,000 people from 115 countries...
Inclusive Programs Show Resilience

Inclusive Programs Show Resilience

Students with disabilities, staff adjust to remote learning amid coronavirus Melissa Gatti misses the Green. “I loved walking around campus, seeing the activities going on,” said the first-year computer and information sciences major, who is part of the University of...
Hearing Loss Drives UD Golfer

Hearing Loss Drives UD Golfer

A computer science major, Aashaka Desai helps with speech language research Aashaka Desai’s parents could tell something was wrong; when they called her name from the next room, she wouldn’t respond. A trip to the doctor revealed significant hearing loss, and at 13...