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University of Delaware

University of Delaware

413 Academy Street
Newark, DE 17916

The Path to Prominence

The Path to Prominence: A Strategic Conversation

We stand at a critical milestone in the history of the University of Delaware. With roots reaching back to 1743, we now are a community of 16,000 undergraduates, 3,500 graduate students, 1,200 faculty, and 135,000 alumni, who excel in diverse fields and hail from all corners of the world.

Today, we are setting out on a new path designed to engage closely with the critical issues of our day, to increase the global impact of the University, and to raise its prominence in the world. This strategic plan, which charts our “Path to Prominence,” is part of a continuing University conversation.

Our dialogue has taken place in hundreds of meetings and communications across the campus, as well as with the broader alumni and Delaware community. Across the community, there is enormous enthusiasm for the University’s current strengths and future potential.

This is just the beginning. As the planning and implementation process now rolls out across the University at the college, school, and unit level, this dialogue will guide our steps, offering fresh ideas and approaches. While on our path, our destination remains constant: to fulfill the mission of the University and to be recognized around the world as one of the great public institutions of higher education in America.

In pursuing this path, we carry the aspirations and dreams of generations of builders and graduates of the University of Delaware. This is our legacy. We invite you to join with us in pursuing this Path to Prominence. In the words of the Blue Hen’s fight song, “Let Delaware shine.”      

A Diverse Campus

 UD’s Commitment to Diversity and Excellence

Our University is committed to embracing a diverse and inclusive campus that reflects our collective views, experiences, capabilities, cultures, aspirations, and ultimately our commitment to excellence.

Educational communities, such as ours, are enriched by the contributions and full participation of people from different backgrounds.

Toward those ends, the University seeks to:

• Increase the racial and cultural diversity of its students, faculty and staff.
• Create a climate that expects and encourages all members of the University community to respect and appreciate individual and cultural differences.
• Promote equity for people of different backgrounds throughout all areas of University life.
• Develop organizational practices that include the participation and perspectives of these groups.
• Enhance the curriculum by including the contributions and perspectives of different races, cultures and genders.      

An Engaged Campus

 The University of Delaware is an engaged university, committed to making a significant and sustained contribution to the improvement of the communities we serve. As highlighted in our Path to Prominence, UD is building dynamic programs of world-class distinction, reaching out to constituents wherever they reside.

As Delaware's flagship university, UD has the opportunity to work closely with public agencies throughout the state, applying research and human talent to address pressing social and civic issues. We also transcend state boundaries to share knowledge and skills in response to regional, national and international challenges.

The University's expertise, services, resources and programs—in areas like economic and community development, the arts, education, the environment and health care—benefit Delaware's citizens and the global community. Following are examples of how UD contributes to the quality of life in the communities we serve.      

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Job TitleCity, State
Assistant Director, Student Diversity & InclusionNewark, DE  19716
Fitness CoordinatorNewark, DE  19716
Academic Program Manager, Student Development and Success SupportNewark, DE  19716
IT Support ConsultantNewark, DE  19716
Academic Program Coordinator, Lerner College of Business & EconomicsNewark, DE  19716
Financial Analyst I, College of Arts & SciencesNewark, DE  19716
Assistant Professor, Mathematical SciencesNewark, DE  19716
Post Doctoral Researcher, Kinesiology & Applied PhysiologyNewark, DE  19702
Post Doctoral Fellow, Center for Counsel & Student DevelopmentNewark, DE  19716
Utility Operator/Mechanic, Facilities & MaintenanceNewark, DE  19716
Assistant / Associate Professor of Research, Center for Health Assessment ReseaNewark, DE  19716
Academic Advisor II, College of Education and Human DevelopmentNewark, DE  19716
Communications Specialist II - Digital DesignerNewark, DE  19716
Treasury Analyst, Vice President for Finance and Deputy TreasurerNewark, DE  19716
Research Associate II, Biological SciencesNewark, DE  19716
Program Coordinator, Bill Anderson FundNewark, DE  19716
Digital Communications Specialist, Office of Communication & MarketingNewark, DE  19716
Program Director, Delaware Network for Excellence in AutismNewark, DE  19716
Senior Director, Office of Communications & MarketingNewark, DE  19716
Instructional Specialist, English Language ArtsNewark, DE  19716
Research Associate I, Biological SciencesNewark, DE  19716
Project Manager, Facilities Project Planning & DeliveryNewark, DE  19716
Director, Marketing & Communications, NIIMBLNewark, DE  19716
Post Doctoral Researcher, AgingNewark, DE  19716
Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Marine Science and PolicyNewark, DE  19716
Senior Associate Director, Center for Research in Education and Social PolicyNewark, DE  19716
Postdoctoral Researcher, Environmental Science & EngineeringNewark, DE  19716
Research Associate I, Biological SciencesNewark, DE  19716
Maintenance Mechanic, Facilities-Building Maintenance and Operations HousingNewark, DE  19716
Senior Assistant Dean, Graduate and Professional EducationNewark, DE  19716
Grants Analyst / Sr. Grants Analyst, College of Health SciencesNewark, DE  19716
Director, WIlliam A Anderson FundNewark, DE  19716
Post Doctoral Researcher, Physics & AstronomyNewark, DE  19716
Certified PlumberNewark, DE  19716
Postdoctoral Researcher, Biomedical EngineeringNewark, DE  19716
Postdoctoral Researcher, Chemical & Biomolecular EngineeringNewark, DE  19716
Business Administrator, SociologyNewark, DE  19716
Program Coordinator, Fraternity and Sorority Leadership and LearningNewark, DE  19716
Senior Institutional Research Analyst, Office of Institutional ResearchNewark, DE  19716
Infant/Toddler Program Classroom Assistant, Early Learning CenterNewark, DE  19716
Director, NIIMBL Computing OperationsNewark, DE  19716
Senior Research Accountant, Research OfficeNewark, DE  19716
Post Doctoral Researcher, Materials ScienceNewark, DE  19716
Senior Institutional Research Analyst, Office of Institutional ResearchNewark, DE  19716
Academic Advisor II, Undergraduate Academic ServicesNewark, DE  19716
Infant/Toddler Teacher, Early Learning CenterNewark, DE  19716
Classroom Assistant, Early Learning CenterNewark, DE  19716
Research Associate II, Biological SciencesNewark, DE  19716
Assistant Project Manager, Planning & Project DeliveryNewark, DE  19716
Post Doctoral Researcher, Center for Research in Education and Social PolicyNewark, DE  19716
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