Winds of Change
Meeting all the electricity needs for the Sharp Campus in Lewes with no net carbon emissions, the 256-foot turbine is a renewable energy success story and a model for the nation. But for UD students, it represents much more than that. Your support gives students the chance to take part in pioneering research and groundbreaking advances, including studies that could lead to the first offshore wind turbine in the Americas.
A World of Opportunities
Our diverse career opportunities for students focus on understanding geologic hazards and defining and efficiently using land, water, energy, and mineral resources above, on, and below the earth's surface.
College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment
Dedicated to advancing knowledge, use, and conservation of the earth, its oceans, and its other resources, the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment is by definition, interdisciplinary — reflecting the sweeping, interrelated issues that broadly affect the earth’s systems. From geology to oceanography, geography to marine biosciences, on two campuses with nine undergraduate offerings and 14 graduate offerings — all require essential support from annual gifts that provide tuition assistance, faculty support, and program initiatives.
Director of Development for Strategic Initiatives in College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment