December 17—DelVal alumnus Kristin Hulshart has been appointed as the new director of DelVal’s Roth Center for Sustainable Agriculture.
December 6—The Penn State Cooperative Extension Nursery Landscape Conference committee will host their annual Nursery Landscape Conference at DelVal.
December 4—They will educate the public, encourage youth to go into agriculture, and highlight how agriculture will help solve global problems.
November 9—On Nov. 7, the College held a luncheon to honor this year’s 34 scholarship recipients and thank the trust for its generosity.
November 8—Help students without necessary supplies for school, including backpacks, notebooks, and pencils.
November 8—The celebration is being organized by the Class of 2015.
October 25—The seminar will focus on, “New Disruptive Forces in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities.”
October 25— The College’s Dr. Wilbert Turner Jr. will be speaking about Spike Lee's films Nov. 6. Lee's films are showing on campus leading up to the event.
October 19—As a part of Delaware Valley College’s Distinguished Lecturer Series, Dr. Marzano will present “The Art and Science of Teaching” Nov. 6.
October 11—DelVal sophomore Melissa Long was one of four Pennsylvania 4-H and FFA students who were awarded scholarships from the Pennsylvania Livestock Association during the 56th Keystone International Livestock Exposition Opening Ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center.
October 9—Frank Wolfgang is in his final year at Delaware Valley College.
October 5—Delaware Valley College receives more than $40 million in support of its move toward university status and announces a $50 million goal.
October 2—Dr. Robert Laws joined DelVal Oct. 1.
September 28—A historic moment for Delaware Valley College and a dramatic step forward.
September 12—Delaware Valley College has been named as a top college by U.S. News & World Report for the tenth consecutive year.
August 29—For the third consecutive year, DelVal has been named as one of the best colleges in the Northeast by The Princeton Review.
July 3—The Center will anchor the College’s new specialization in sustainable agriculture systems and support research, partnerships and community education.
June 5—As part of the grant, four DelVal students were hired to help Professor of Agronomy and Environmental Sciences Larry Hepner with the project.
April 30—Students in DelVal's Natural Resources and Biosystems Management department will be able to specialize in Sustainable Agriculture Systems starting in fall 2012.