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DSU intrigues governor with cutting-edge projects

February 12, 2019 2:37 PM | Philanthropy Delaware (Administrator)

There are some cutting-edge projects taking place at Delaware State University’s Department of Public and Allied Health’s Kinesiology Lab, a place where professors and students are working on finding ways to prevent hip, knee and ankle injuries before they occur.

Gov. John Carney joined DSU President Wilma Mishoe in visiting three different classrooms and labs around the Dover campus on Wednesday, including the Kinesiology Lab, where they learned more about the research pursuits and hands-on experiences taking place at the institution.

It was part of a day in which the governor also toured classrooms at Delaware Technical Community College’s Georgetown Campus and the University of Delaware on Wednesday, highlighting the innovative work taking place at each campus, and took the opportunity to discuss Delaware’s Higher Education Economic Development Fund. He met with students, faculty and administrations at all three institutions.

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