News & Events
GEORGETOWN – Delaware Tech Communications Department students recently had an opportunity to go behind the scenes of the Penn Cinema Riverfront’s IMAX Theater in Wilmington on Monday, March 13.
WILMINGTON – On Wednesday, March 22, Delaware Tech’s Stanton and George Campuses’ celebrated Women’s History Month by honoring Ms. Pat Saunders for her volunteerism efforts in the state of Delaware.
GEORGETOWN – Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus softball team recently signed two players to letters of intent to play next season.
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.
STANTON - On Monday, June 1, a grand opening celebration was held at the Stanton Campus to officially commemorate the opening of the 20,000 square foot nursing wing. The event featured remarks from Governor Jack A. Markell, Delaware Tech President
STANTON - Fourteen Discover Bank employees recently completed a financial literacy course offered at their job site, in partnership with Delaware Tech. Discover launched the Financial Literacy series to introduce their employees to the basics of personal money management, including the various types of credit as well as investing.
In an effort to increase and diversify College revenue sources, Delaware Tech recently reorganized the development division to include revision of responsibilities and the addition of key positions. As a result, several development professionals have recently joined the Delaware Tech team.
Every year, Delaware Tech employees give generously to the College’s Educational Foundation which provides scholarships for students and enables them to reach their educational goals. Their support also contributes to important college initiatives such as technology enhancements, instructional equipment, and endowment funds for the future support of instruction and student services.