News & Events
The Delaware Tech men’s cross country program recently signed Dover High School student-athlete Sean Saxton to a letter of intent. Saxton will join a team that won last year’s NJCAA Region 19 Championship.
The winners of a black and white license plate raffle were announced recently, and congratulations go to Pete and Susan Booker of Wilmington, DE. Tickets were sold over several months, with proceeds benefiting the College’s student scholarship fund.
Delaware Tech’s Cross Country Team recently signed three recruits for its 2017-2018 cross country team. These included:
• Brandon Halter from St. George’s Technical High School
• Isabella Hanrahan from St. Mark’s High School
• Alexander Nieves from Glasgow High School
Purusha Rivera always knew that babies would be a part of her life – as a mother and through her studies and career in sonography. Graduating from Delaware Tech in 2000 with a degree in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Rivera pursued a career in pregnancy sonography.
The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce featured Delaware Tech’s 50th anniversary in the July/August edition of Delaware Business Magazine.
A special thank you to Visual Communications graduate Jacob Rose for designing the cover.
Stanton, George Campuses - This year’s New Student Orientation (NSO) will have some well-qualified and enthusiastic student leaders thanks to a new NSO Leader Training Program at the Stanton and George Campuses.
Delaware Tech received the 2016 Delaware Warrior Friendly Business Award. This award is presented to a Delaware business that supports service members, veterans and their family members through workplace initiatives.
The following appointments have been made in support of the College’s new Bachelor of Science in nursing (BSN) degree program. Dr. Jo Ann Baker has been appointed collegewide RN to BSN instructional director. Kelly Davis (Owens Campus), Dr. Susan Lewis (Terry Campus), and Dr.
On June 20, 2016, Delaware Tech’s Board of Trustees awarded the Paul K. Weatherly Award to Senator Harris B. McDowell, III for his strong support of the College’s mission, goals and students.
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 2013.
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.