Eco Tip

Choose a refillable water bottle. Make use of Hydration Stations on campus for refilling your bottle.


The University of Delaware’s Environmental Portal is a central place for future and current students, faculty, staff and the public to connect to the many environmentally focused programs the University has to offer.

In the opening decade of the 21st century, the constraints imposed by a common planet have come to the forefront. The University of Delaware, with a strong history of environmental research and education, is positioned to help lead the way in developing technological, social, political, and cultural solutions to these challenges.

Here you will find connections to our top-notch academic programs for undergraduate and graduate students. You can also connect to environmental student clubs and organizations. If you are interested in the kinds of research taking place at UD, be sure to browse our Research and Centers pages. If you have questions or want additional information about what you discover here, click here to contact us.

  • May 14, 2015--Those who have wondered what it’s like to live in Antarctica won’t want to miss the opening lecture in the University of Delaware School of Marine Science and Policy’s 2015 Ocean Currents Lecture Series scheduled for 7 p.m., Thursday, May 21.

  • May 14, 2015--Public policy student Emily Floros is focused on public health and on finding ways to help people improve their nutrition and access to food. Now, thanks to an environmental humanities class in which students volunteer at a local organic farm, she has new insights.

  • May 11, 2015--Engineering projects don’t happen in a vacuum, and the University of Delaware’s Sue McNeil makes sure her students are aware of the social, psychological, political and economic factors that determine whether and how projects get done.