Sometimes it means working on group projects, sometimes
simply discussing ideas and providing moral support. Whatever
the reason, UD students find that collaboration and camaraderie infinitely enrich their educational experience.
"The department of biology embraces diversity, student success, innovation and the purity of investigation. We provide a platform for student achievement in health care, graduate studies and life skills."
"This summer, I'm doing research with Dr. Slaughter; I essentially run my own research project. He guides me on what he wants out of the research but gives me freedom to determine how to achieve that goal. I'm given autonomy, but I can always turn to Dr. Slaughter with any problems, which he never hesitates to help me work through."
The Irving Community Television Network recently featured UD and President Thomas W. Keefe. President Keefe talked about everything from the changes he’s facilitated since his arrival in 2010 to the quality of the education and future plans for the university.
Ever since her cousin Bridget left for UD three years ago, Rose Safranek of the incoming Class of 2020 has wanted to do the same. The aspiring biochemistry major and someday physician was attracted by UD’s exceptional science program, as well as the fact that her older sister and two cousins are students here.
Fall 2016 Romers must be clear with all offices on campus before they depart for Rome. The clearance date for Rome is set earlier than the regular Irving clearance date.
High school students and their parents are invited to spend the day on our campus to learn more about the admission process, familiarize yourself with campus on a tour, where you'll see classrooms,