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We have put our community lectures and other programs on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to offering these programs as soon as it is safe to do so. In the meantime, stay healthy!
The University’s Arts on Campus initiative is working to enhance the experience for both students and visitors to Delaware Valley University’s campus by providing a variety of art and music on campus.
A-Day, which stands for Activities Day, is a family-friendly event organized and run by the students of Delaware Valley University to benefit campus activities and clubs. This three-day event brings the campus and the surrounding community together for educational exhibits, competitions, entertainment, fun, and great food such as thick, homemade milkshakes and delicious funnel cakes.
Delaware Valley University (DelVal), its Small Business and Entrepreneurship Center (SBEC), and the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce (CBCC) are planning another Spark Bowl, a competition for entrepreneurs, innovative businesses and nonprofit organizations. Teams will address social, consumer, or business-oriented challenges in and around Bucks County.
One Health is a multi-disciplinary approach that works locally, regionally, nationally, and globally to attain optimal well being for people and society, the environment and plants, and animals. Together, the three major components make up the One Health triad, and the well being of each is inextricably linked to the others in the triad.
The purpose of Delaware Valley University’s Food Systems Institute is to develop, foster, and encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration and education on all aspects of food production and manufacturing in all schools and departments at the University.
To honor the legacy and works of our founder, Delaware Valley University introduces the Krauskopf Medal, to be awarded to honor the outstanding contributions of individuals or organizations that embody the spirit of Rabbi Krauskopf’s life’s work and passions. Like our founder, the recipient of the Krauskopf Medal will have positively impacted society including one or more of the following areas: agriculture and food systems, human and civil rights, social justice, child labor, conservation and sustainability, poverty, educational and employment equity, and quality of life issues.
Just west of Doylestown, the Arboretum encompasses 40 acres of our main campus. The Arboretum complements the mission of the University providing a living collection of plants that reflects our faculty’s teaching requirements and serves as a “green resource” for the surrounding community.