Four-sport athlete Tristin Burris has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America® District II Track & Field/Cross Country team and will be a candidate for Academic All-America® honors later which will be announced in June. To be eligible for Academic All-America consideration, the student-athlete must be a key starter or reserve and maintain at least a 3.30 cumulative grade-point-average.
Sprinter Matt Bundy finished fourth in the 110m hurdles at the 2012 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field National Championships at Burns Stadium on May 26. Bundy's time of 14.49 earned him All-America honors and he is the first runner in Wesley College history to earn that distinction.
Wesley College's Rob Benedict, Geoff Kimmel, Jon Carlson and DJ Keckler were all named to the D3Baseball.com All-South Region Team
Wesley College’s Department of Education has proven its commitment toproducing quality teachers for our nation’s children by achieving accreditation thismonth under the performance-oriented standards of the National Council forAccreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the organization responsible forprofessional accreditation of teacher education.
NCATE currently accredits 623 institutions which produce two-thirds of the nation’snew teacher graduates each year. Ninety-nine institutions are...[more]
Four-sport athlete Tristin Burris has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America® District II All-Academic At-Large team and will be a candidate for Academic All-America® honors later this month. To be eligible for Academic All-America consideration, the student-athlete must be a key starter or reserve and maintain at least a 3.30 cumulative grade-point-average.
Dr. Malcolm J. D’Souza, professor of chemistry at Wesley College, in Dover, Delaware, has won the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) 2012 E. Emmett Reid Award, which recognizes high-quality teaching in chemistry at small colleges in the ACS Mid-Atlantic region.
D’Souza has published 70 peer-reviewed journal articles and mentored more than 100 undergraduate students since 1992. Forty-seven undergraduate co-authors appear on his list of peer-reviewed publications. Forty-one of D’Souza’s...[more]
Wesley College was awarded $1.58 million from the Delaware Infrastructure Investment Committee to fund infrastructure improvements surrounding the Streetscape Project. The project will close off several cross streets through campus and build additional walkways and green areas in the center of campus making a more pedestrian-friendly, safer college grounds.
“We are so grateful for the support from the committee, State of Delaware, City of Dover and the community,” said Wesley College President...[more]
Wesley College dedicated the third floor gallery in the Du Pont College Center to Lon M. Fluman, professor of art. Fluman will retire from teaching at the end of the semester after a 47 year career at Wesley. “His dedication and commitment to his students was exceptional and this gallery will be a lasting legacy to his life’s work,” said Wesley College President Dr. William N. Johnston.
Wesley College, a fully accredited college with undergraduate and graduate programs, seeks to...[more]
Warm weather has Delaware bugging out
James A. Leach, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities has been selected to speak at the Wesley College spring commencement on May 5 at 1:30 p.m.
Leach spent 30 years as a representative in Congress for the state of Iowa, worked in the Foreign Legion, was a professor at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University as well as Interim Director of the Institute of Politics and Lecturer at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.