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CRR Bill Farquhar writes in the News Journal about new sodium labeling—“salt bombs”—restaurants are using. Farquhar is Professor and Chair in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at the University of Delaware. He studies the role of diet and exercise on human health. In addition to his academic prowess, Farquhar is a serious runner. Now that his training is back on track, you can be sure he’s watching his own salt intake too.
Read News Journal article. (CRR Dave Edwards, Farquhar’s colleague, is also mentioned in the article.)
Recently, CRR Skip White, who was on sabbatical this fall from his day job as a professor in the Department of Accounting at the University of Delaware, did some fishing with recent retiree CRR John Schuster. Sure, it was a nice catch, but the real story here is how nice and new White’s shirt looks. Displaying the group T-shirt is always a good look, whether the fish is just big or “this big.”
CRR Cole Galloway and his Go Baby Go mobility program at the University of Delaware was injected with some new funding from the organization Kids with Confidence. His research will ultimately provide information to improve the lives of children with many kinds of mobility and learning issues, but those with Down syndrome are the focus of the initial Go Baby Go research. Galloway is professor of physical therapy in the College of Health Sciences.