News & Events
On Monday, June 20, Delaware Tech’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved Dr. Valencia “Lynn” Beaty as vice president for human resources. Dr. Beaty currently serves as the director of human resources at the Stanton and George Campuses, a position she has held since November 2014.
Rowan University and Delaware Technical Community College recently announced a partnership in four associate-to-bachelor’s degree programs in the sciences.
Stanton – On Tuesday, May 17, a reception was held for the 2016 graduates of the inaugural Manufacturing Pathways program.
Dr. Mark T. Brainard has been named the recipient of the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR) District 1 Pacesetter of the Year award. This award recognizes a community college chief executive officer who has demonstrated outstanding commitment to marketing and communications and strong personal leadership for college outreach endeavors. Dr.
GEORGETOWN - The Georgetown Police Department has started its first cadet program. Cadets are tasked with more of a community relations responsibility rather than enforcement. They have been working concerts, farmer’s markets, and foot patrols in the business areas of Georgetown.
Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Technologies students and instructors from the Stanton, Terry and Owens campuses recently attended Steel Day 2015, hosted September 25 by B&B Welding Company, Inc. in Edgemere, MD.
This year’s Delaware Tech cross country and volleyball programs are in the midst of a historic season. And while they are doing well in competition, history is being made as the College’s athletic teams are comprised of students from all campuses statewide. This fall, the men’s and women’s cross country teams have runners from the Terry Campus, Owens Campus and Stanton and George Campuses.
DOVER - Delaware Tech Terry Campus will hold its 12th annual Gourmet Gala, the school’s premier fundraising event for student success, Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 6-10:30 p.m. in the on-campus conference center.
Ryan Lally has been appointed collegewide athletics coordinator. In this role, Ryan will provide collegewide leadership of athletics working with the coaches at each of the campuses to continue the emphasis on academic excellence among our student athletes.
DOVER - Leaders in business and education, state and local government officials and community members converged on the Delaware Tech Terry Campus on September 22, 2015 for the seventh annual Kent County Economic Summit.
STANTON - Wilmington City Councilman Darius Brown recently paid a visit to Delaware Tech’s Innovation and Technology Center (ITC) to observe a group of City of Wilmington residents who are enrolled in a workforce training program sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Delaware Technical Community College employees and students are proud to support Delaware 22in22 – a campaign to raise awareness of and prevent soldier suicide. September is suicide prevention and awareness month and the number 22 is significant in that nearly 22 soldiers take their lives each and every day as a result of feeling they have no other way to deal with their pain and suffering.