Delaware State Signs an Agreement With a Jamaican University

CASE-Welcome-Banner-Gold-TextDelaware State University, the historically Black educational institution in Dover, has entered into a partnership agreement with the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) in Port Antonio in eastern Jamaica. CASE, with roots going back to 1910, is one of Jamaica’s most respected universities. It is located on a 245-hectare campus that includes lush green hillsides and an ocean coastline.

Under the agreement, there will be student and faculty exchanges between Delaware State University and CASE. In addition, there will be research collaborations and other academic activities that are shared by the two universities.

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