News & Events
If it wasn’t for Delaware Tech, I’m not sure where I’d be.” It’s a common refrain among Delaware Tech students and graduates and one that is particularly relevant this year as the College celebrates an important milestone – its 50th anniversary.
Delaware Tech’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society chapter advisors met to renew collegewide efforts to enhance Phi Theta Kappa activities and initiatives. The campus chapters are collaborating to increase awareness of the honor society and its benefits and scholarships.
TechHire is a national initiative launched by the White House to address the over 500,000 jobs that are going unfilled in the IT industry.
STANTON/WILMINGTON - When eight students from John Dickinson and Thomas McKean high schools entered a pilot program with Delaware Tech during the 2012-2013 school year, none of them had clear plans for the future.
STANTON – Governor Jack Markell paid a visit to Delaware Tech’s Innovation and Technology Center (ITC) on Tuesday, May 27, to tour a high school program aimed at training the next generation of Delaware manufacturing workers.
Cassidy honored as On-Site Professional of the Year
GEORGETOWN – Delaware Rural Water Association’s Robert Slater, of Bridgeville, was named the 2013 Water Operator of the Year, and the City of Seaford’s Brian Murphy, of Seaford, was named the 2013 Wastewater Operator of the Year at the 2014 Operator of the Year Ceremony on May 8 at Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus.
GEORGETOWN - Ralph “Butch” Lee, former custodian and bookstore clerk for Delaware Technical Community College, was inducted in the Owens Campus Hall of Fame on Friday, April 4, 2014.
NEWARK – The Delaware Tech women’s basketball team at the Stanton/Wilmington Campus has made strides toward building an exciting team for the 2014-2015 season with six Delaware high school grads signing letters of intent recently.
The six recruits are:
GEORGETOWN - Cindy Cunningham, clinical nurse specialist at the Owens Campus, was recently honored by Delaware Today Magazine as a top nurse for 2014. Below is an excerpt from the magazine article, and a link to the complete article.
DELAWARE – On April 29, WHYY’s First Extra television show focused on higher education in Delaware. Delaware Tech was among the institutions of higher education that were featured and Executive Vice President Dr. Mark Brainard was interviewed for this special edition.
DOVER – Delaware Tech student Steve Seichepine of Clayton, has been selected to receive a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. He is one of 85 scholars selected this year to receive the award, and the first from Delaware Tech.
WILMINGTON - On April 11, 2014, Delaware Tech hosted a press conference at its Wilmington Campus solar panel parking lot with representatives from Environment America, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) and the Wilmington Mayor’s office