About Delaware Valley University
Delaware Valley University operates an educational institution that offers undergraduate, master’s degree programs, and five doctoral degree programs. It was founded in 1891 and is based in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
Latest Delaware Valley University News
Aug 21, 2023
The most colorful of all Penn State Extension programs is the annual flower trials field day. Held July 27 this year at the university’s Southeast Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Manheim, the array of flowers bursting with color was hard to miss. This year’s trials included 700 annual varieties and 200 perennials. Notably absent was long-time director Sinclair A. Adam Jr., who died on April 9. Adam was an Extension educator and the flower trials director for nearly a decade. Adam had a lifelong passion for flowers. He worked in the floriculture industry and co-owned — with his wife, Kirsten — Dunvegan Nursery for 23 years. He also served as an adjunct professor at Temple University. Replacing him as interim director is friend and colleague Krystal Snyder, who works out of the Northampton office. She and Adam became friends when she worked with him during her eight years in the floriculture industry. Snyder had a similar journey. She enrolled at Delaware Valley University fresh out of high school with the intention of majoring in math but switched to horticulture at the urging of a professor. Her first job out of college was with a fertilizer company. She was also an adjunct professor at Delaware Valley University and has a master’s in plant science from Penn State. Snyder and Adam had long discussions about her desire to leave the industry for education. When an Extension position became available, he encouraged her to apply. She was hired in the spring of 2019. Read more at lancasterfarming.com
Delaware Valley University Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Delaware Valley University founded?
Delaware Valley University was founded in 1896.
Where is Delaware Valley University's headquarters?
Delaware Valley University's headquarters is located at 700 E. Butler Ave, Doylestown.
What is Delaware Valley University's latest funding round?
Delaware Valley University's latest funding round is Grant - III.
How much did Delaware Valley University raise?
Delaware Valley University raised a total of $790K.
Who are the investors of Delaware Valley University?
Investors of Delaware Valley University include National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities and Hearst Foundations.