News & Events
Congratulations to the Delaware Tech Higher "Edger"cators – Domonique Carter, Dr. Reginald Chandler, Virginia Sticinski and team captain Delaware Tech President Mark Brainard for participating in Special Olympics Delaware's "Over the Edge" event on May 12.
Delaware Tech men’s lacrosse had four players named NJCAA Region XIX 2016 All-Region.
Goalie Curtis Thomson and defender Chase Evans were first-team selections, while midfielders Jordan Ashby and Justin Malloy were second-team honorees.
As the nation celebrated National Volunteer Week in April, Delaware Technical Community College continues to celebrate its year-long 50th anniversary through volunteerism – “Delivering Excellence, Changing Lives” through service to others.
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.
The Brookings Institution recently invited Delaware Tech to submit an editorial on the College’s role in Governor Markell’s Pathways to Prosperity initiative.
DOVER – The Delaware Tech Terry Campus has partnered with Trane and the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) to create the Trane Center of Excellence, a specialized lab and classroom that is home to the College’s building automation systems (BAS) program.
GEORGETOWN – First State Ballet Theatre (FSBT), Delaware’s professional ballet company, caps its 14th year of exciting performances at Delaware Tech’s Owens Campus with Sussex County’s longest running production of the beloved holiday classic “The Nutcracker” on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015.
On October 26, Delaware Tech’s Office of the President hosted the Suiting Warriors Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports transitioning service members.
DOVER – Jo Ann Baker, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-C, the Terry Campus instructional director of nursing, has been elected to the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) Board of Commissioners. Dr.
Delaware Tech’s Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams both finished their season in second place in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region 19. The teams were led by Women’s Coach Ray Parker and Men’s Coach Jim Fischer.