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You can’t miss the evidence while crossing the historically black university’s pastoral campus, which has more buildings and students than ever before. The growth, which includes a stylish new home for the School of Architecture and the university’s first four doctoral programs, has been fueled over the past six years by nearly $175 million provided …

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The university conferred nearly 600 degrees during two commencement ceremonies from its nine colleges and schools. Graduates, along with their families, friends and supporters gathered in the William “Billy” J. Nicks Sr. Building on the university’s main campus to receive their degrees and to hear words of wisdom and wit from Perry. Dr. Marion Henry, …

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OSFA Information Memorandum No. FY08-07 Distributed via Campus Announcements and Financial Aid Web Page Memorandum TO: University Students, Faculty, and Staff FROM: Carlos Clark, Ph.D. Assistant Provost for Student Financial Aid DATE: January 2, 2008 RE: Financial Aid Award Revision Policy Once an award letter is sent to the student, there may be instances where …

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The grant was awarded to the Art Conservation Department at the University of Delaware and Southeastern Library Network (SOLINET) an Atlanta based organization, which maintains a partnership with the HBCU Library Alliance and the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) in Philadelphia. Funded through the grant will be a 30-month, four-phase initiative to …

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