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Keepers of the Way - An Event Overview

"I had the privilege of attending an event presented by the Graduate Psychology Speaker’s Series and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion centered around a short documentary about Pennsylvania’s Lenape Nation, “Keepers of the Way.” The evening included a screening of the “Keepers of the Way” documentary and a panel discussion and Q&A with the director, producer, and the Lenape tribal members of the film."

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October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a collaboration between government and private industry to raise awareness about digital security and empower everyone to protect their personal data from digital forms of crime. Delaware Valley University (DelVal's) support team hosts Cyber Security Awareness Month each year in the month of October. Check out the tips and resources below to stay safe and informed. 

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A Passion for the Field of Large Animal Science Meets a Passion for the Military Community

Alexandria Walden ’22 is a dairy science alumna and transfer with her associate's in Veterinary Technology from YTI Career Institute. She is also currently a graduate student in Master's of Management and Organizational Leadership program. She recently received and accepted an offer from University of Tennessee Center of Veterinary Medicine (UTCVM) as their Large Animal Veterinary Nurse.

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Criminal Justice Alumnus Mike Sobczak '07 Opens Training for Warriors

"A good leader is someone that will lead a team with integrity, passion, and purpose.”

Jasmine Coates '22 an african american woman wearing a hat standing with two horses.
Alumna Starts Her Own Equine Massage Therapy Business

Equine massage therapy is a new venture for Jasmine Coates '22, but she grew a passion for it at DelVal, and decided to start her own equine massage therapy business called Mane Kneads, LLC.

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DelVal Alumna Accepts Scientist Position at Merck & Co, Inc.

Camryn Quaste ’22, a conservation and wildlife management major, has recently accepted a scientist position in NonClinical Drug Safety at Merck & Co, Inc. 

Chrissy Lambert holding an animal in Montana fields alongside coworkers.
Alumna Works With the USDA Wildlife Services as a Conflict Prevention Specialist

Chrissy Lambert '22, a conservation and wildlife management alumna, is working for USDA Wildlife Services as a Conflict Prevention Specialist, where she travels all over western Montana to install electric fencing and turbo fladry to deter wolves and bears from livestock.

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DelVal Students Travel Around the World

Pauline Lutz '15
Equine Science and Management Alumna Receives International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) Young Leaders Under 30 Award

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Jacqueline Dudley '24 Presents at Penn State Northeastern Student Farmer Conference

Jackie Dudley '24, an environmental science major with a specialization in pollution and remediation, presented her undergraduate research "The Medicinal and Culinary Uses of Chili Peppers and How to Obtain the Desired Results" at the Northeastern Student Farmer Conference at Penn State University.     

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Business Administration Alumnus Promotes Healthy Habits Through Personal Training

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