News & Events
DOVER - The Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education division held a November 13, 2015, graduation ceremony for 15 individuals who successfully completed the College’s State Constable Academy.
DOVER - Students in the Terry Campus criminal justice and homeland security programs recently had the opportunity to participate in an emergency response drill conducted by the Dover Police Department.
DOVER – Students, faculty and staff from the Terry Campus collected 2,300 non-perishable items for DART’s 18th annual “Stuff The Bus” Thanksgiving Food Drive for the Food Bank of Delaware.
Not long after Ryan Phifer graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in marketing, he realized that the field was not for him. He decided to go back to school to study something that would allow him to work outside, be active and use his mind. He explored the options available at Delaware Tech and came upon Civil Engineering Technology, which seemed to meet his requirements.
DOVER - Each year, an ever-growing team of runners from Delaware Tech participates in the Gift of Life Dash for Organ & Tissue Donor Awareness. The team’s inspiration is Delaware Tech employee Lloyd Saba, who is alive today because of the gift of life from and organ donor.
DOVER – Delaware Tech's Terry Campus held its Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Beta Kappa Chapter Spring Induction and All-State Academic Team recognition ceremony March 26. The following students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa: David Hewitt, Justin Hirt, Lauren Martin, Carolyn Neisser, Rebekah Parker, Christa Patterson, Nicolas Slater, Katherine Soller, Zachary Spudis, Jesse Vitanza, Haley Walker, Dalton Wharff, and Kimberlee Woods.
A group of Delaware Tech Occupational Therapy students was featured in the Chimes TIMES publication for their work with Chimes Delaware’s Communication Activities Recreation Exercise Services (C.A.R.E.S.) program. Chimes Delaware is the state’s largest provider of day, vocational and residential services for people with cognitive disabilities. The C.A.R.E.S.
GEORGETOWN – Start celebrating Cinco de Mayo 2013 at Delaware Tech on Saturday, May 4 with 3rd Annual Roady 5K run/walk. The event will take place at the pavilion near the Student Services Center at the Jack F. Owens Campus in Georgetown.
GEORGETOWN - The 2013 Women’s Day Celebration originally scheduled for March 6 that was postponed due to bad weather has been rescheduled for Wednesday, May 15.
GEORGETOWN - Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, Inc., once said, “To turn really interesting ideas and fledgling technologies into a company that can continue to innovate for years, it requires a lot of disciplines.” Those disciplines necessary to succeed in business are the focus of a new Entrepreneurial Enlightenment Program offered to students as part of Delaware Tech’s Academic Challenge Prog
GEORGETOWN - When Tom Barthelmeh, program manager and wetlands creation expert at the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, visited an environmental geology class at Delaware Tech in Georgetown recently, he left the students with a challenge.
DELAWARE – Delaware Technical Community College hosted the preliminary rounds of the Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs. Competitions were held March 20, 2013 in each county at three Delaware Tech campus locations. The Diamond Challenge provides high school students the opportunity to explore entrepreneurship as a future career path.
STANTON – The Stanton Campus chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society was awarded the 2013 College Project Hallmark Award at the 26th Phi Theta Kappa Middle States Regional Convention. Members of the chapter, as well as the Chapter Advisor, Delaware Tech Math Instructor Ann Carter and Criminal Justice/Social Sciences Instructional Coordinator Virginia Sticinski, worked closely with Student