News & Events
GEORGETOWN – The Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation recently awarded a three-year $105,000 grant to Delaware Technical Community College to grow manufacturing training and education in Kent and Sussex counties. The Foundation is the charitable giving arm of Perdue Farms.
DOVER – The Delaware Tech Terry Campus was again a gathering point for the area’s business and education leaders, state and local government officials and community members as it hosted the 8th annual Kent County Economic Summit on September 20, 2016.
GEORGETOWN – Natalie L. Herring, of New Castle, and John B. Roach, of Georgetown, have been selected as recipients of the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award for Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus and will be honored on Thursday, Sept. 29.
WILMINGTON – Governor Markell provided the keynote address in a recent graduation ceremony of the first class of young adults to complete a new employment training program, Generation.
DOVER – Budding entrepreneurs enrolled in two summer camp programs on the Delaware Tech Terry Campus recently took part in some hands-on business projects and raised nearly $1,000 for local charities and summer camp scholarships.
WILMINGTON - What did you do this summer? For three education students at the George Campus in Wilmington, the answer to this question is that they traveled to Lake Buena Vista, Florida for a trip they’ll always remember.
DOVER - The Terry Campus recently hosted the U.S. Cyber Challenge’s (USCC) sixth annual State of Delaware Summer Cyber Camp program. The week-long program involved nearly 70 individuals who were selected and invited based in part on their scores from an online qualifying competition called Cyber Quests.
GEORGETOWN - Delaware Technical Community College’s commercial transportation program at the Owens Campus recently assisted in transporting The Wall That Heals mobile display from Georgetown to Dover, and from Dover to Gloucester, Mass.
GEORGETOWN - Neda Biggs, Esq. of Smyrna, Dr. Susan Bunting of Selbyville, Patti Grimes of Selbyville, and Antionette Wright Johnson of Millsboro were honored at the 21st annual Women’s Day Celebration on Thursday, May 28 at Heritage Shores in Bridgeville.
Robert E. Hagerty was nominated by Governor Jack A. Markell and confirmed by the Delaware State Senate as a member of Delaware Tech's Board of Trustees. Hagerty’s appointment was effective June 10, 2015.
Dover - Congratulations to Tina Gary, program coordinator of the surgical technology program at the Terry Campus, for being named the Association of Surgical Technologists (AST) Didactic Educator of the Year.
DOVER - Dr. Joanne Damminger, assistant vice president for student affairs at Delaware Technical Community College, has been selected as the recipient of the Service to NACADA Award.
STANTON - Michael Terranova, chair of the Criminal Justice and Social Sciences programs at Delaware Tech’s Stanton Campus, was recently elected as chairman of the Delaware Police Chiefs’ Foundation.