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Improvements in reconstruction one focus of DBCC breast cancer update

Betsy PriceCulture, Headlines

The mechanics of breast reconstruction after cancer was one of the issues focused on Wednesday during Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s annual Breast Cancer Update. The free event, held for the 26th time, is designed to update Delawareans about new treatments and services, as well as bring together patients, healthcare workers and others interested in the topic. About 170 people signed …

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Advances in mammography among Breast Cancer Update topics

Betsy PriceCulture, Headlines

  The use of artificial intelligence in screening for breast cancers and a little used technique that can efficiently and economically find cancers in women at high risk for that cancer are  among the topics to be tackled during the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s annual update in May. Dr. Jacqueline Holt, medical director of the Delaware Imaging Network, says that …

DelawareLive Jan 7 2024

DelawareLIVE Weekly Review – January 7, 2024

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Review Includes: Kent County residents first to see new property values Brandywine Hundred man rates Delaware cheesesteaks Delaware Futures Fest on Jan. 27 for student pathways Police actively investigating threats at Newark High William Penn wins Flight-A opener over Appo High Click on the image below to read the articles and more! Sonja Frey

Goldey-Beacom College will host the school fair event on Jan. 27.

Delaware school fair on Jan. 27 part of national choice week

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Education

An all-day event for students to explore the various educational opportunities in Delaware is coming to a state college later this month. The National School Choice Awareness Foundation is having dozens of school fairs across the country in January for National School Choice Week 2024. Independently planned by local organizations, these events provide parents with the opportunity to meet with …

Goldey-Beacom College is adding several degree programs.

Goldey-Beacom adds eSports, cyber security degree programs 

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Education

Wilmington’s Goldey-Beacom College has launched three new undergraduate degree programs focused on marketing and the hot, hot, hot areas of gaming and cybersecurity, continuing the college’s expansion of degree options. The Delaware Department of Education officially approved the following programs, which will start this year: Bachelor of Science in Digital Marketing Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration …

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DelawareLIVE Weekly Review – September 3, 2023

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Review Includes: Here’s a chance to own a piece of Barry’s, Ginger’s collection Rockwood’s new Goth Ball to usher in spooky season Del. toughens rules on motorcycle helmets, eye protection Study: Goldey-Beacom best at giving hand up economic ladder 1st Latinos student summit to celebrate culture, voice Click on the image below to view the PDF Sonja Frey

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Study: Goldey-Beacom best at giving hand up economic ladder

Jarek RutzEducation, Headlines

For the second year in a row, Goldey-Beacom College has ranked in the top 20% of national colleges and universities for helping make students economically mobile. Goldey-Beacom also was the only Delaware college that Washington, DC think tank Third Way assigned to the Institution of Higher Education’s Tier 1 ranking. “The data show Goldey-Beacom’s EMI ranking at 24.7% with a …

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Goldey-Beacom’s endowment helps it rank high for upward mobility

Jarek RutzEducation, Headlines

Goldey-Beacom College’s president says the school’s use of its endowment to commit to affordable tuition landed it in the top 20% of a think tank ranking of economic mobility for institutions of higher learning. The ranking comes from Washington D.C.’s center-left think tank Third Way.  It takes into consideration the amount of time it takes low-income students to recoup the …

DSU rises to No. 2 in public HCBUs in college ranking

DSU rises to No. 2 public HBCU in college rankings

Jarek RutzEducation, Headlines

  Delaware State University rose one place to No. 2 in the U.S. News & World Report college rankings of the nation’s best public Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The Dover-based school also rose to No. 8 from No. 10 among all HBCUs. The ranking reflects DSU’s journey of progress, said DSU President Tony Allen. “We believe what we’re doing …

he city of Wilmington rises in the background as Rotary Club flags wave along the Riverwalk.

Rotary flags line Wilmington Riverwalk until Sept. 19

Betsy PriceCulture, Headlines

  Hundreds of U.S. flags once again are dancing gracefully along the Wilmington Riverwalk. Courtesy of the Rotary Club of Wilmington, the Flags for Heroes display is an annual event originally designed to honor veterans and current members of the U.S. Armed Forces. In 2020, the club expanded those being honored to include first responders, law enforcement officers, teachers, healthcare …