Virtual Lab Tour of Worrilow Hall

After a recent redesign, Worrilow Hall opened its doors back up for students and staff in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) to continue teaching and research. The new building features reconfigured learning rooms, updates labs and increased space for graduate students as well as expanded collaborative space for undergrad students. Additional spaces include lunch break rooms, lounge areas and conference room areas for students to comfortably and confidently study and continue with their research.

Access to the building and certain lab spaces require a valid UD ONEcard and traditional key access. Eating and drinking are prohibited in laboratories and only authorized personnel are permitted in research and shared equipment labs.

Take a look at our virtual tour of the building and lab spaces below!


Congratulations to Alexa Johnson for her abstracts being accepted

Congratulations to Alexa Johnson, a Ph.D student in the Biddle lab, for having two abstracts being accepted at the 2021 Equine Science Society Virtual Symposium.

The abstracts accepted are titled: “Development of the Equine Keeper Status Scale” in the Production and Management section as a Poster Presentation and “Evaluation of the microbiome effects of easy and hard keeper horses with the application of the Equine Keeper Status Scale” in the Equine Biosciences section as a 15 minute oral presentation.

The Equine Science Society Virtual Symposium will be held June 1-4, 2021.

Get involved in summer research programs at UD!

Summer undergraduate research is getting organized. Here are some of the links to get involved in our programs! 

Summer Scholars 

Summer Scholars application is now open. Applications will close March 1st at 5:00pm. Applications for Summer Fellows will open mid-April.

Delaware INBRE Summer Scholars Program 2021

Summer 2021 Undergraduate Applications are open. Applications and recommendations are due March 1st. One letter of recommendation, a personal essay, unofficial transcript and resume are required for application submission.


UD Envision is a five year continuation of a previously-awarded three year program, funded through the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) focused on generation the next generation of Agricultural Scientists. Envision Applications are open. One resume and 3 references are required for application submission.

CANR Summer Institute 

The university of Delaware’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UD CANR) is offering summer research and education experiences to undergraduates (both UD and non-UD students) who are interested in pursuing an advance degree in the agricultural, natural resources, or life sciences. Students will each receive a $4000 stipend for personal and food expenses and can be reimbursed (up to $500) for round-trip travel to participate in the program. Applications are open and are due March 1st.


Research Article Published: Lack of Association Between…

Lack of Association Between Barometric Pressure and Incidence of Colic in Equine Academic Ambulatory Practice 


Click the link below to check out a research article that was published by Amy S. Biddle, Justine Cianci, Ashley G. Boyle and Darko Stefanovski. This study determines an effect on the likelihood of colic diagnosis in the ambulatory setting based off of the changes in barometric pressure measurements.