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Undergraduates Earn NASA Delaware Space Grant Undergraduate Tuition Award

Gabriel Fernandez-Bueno (biological chemistry junior) and Olivia Hampton (biology senior) each earned a $3,000 undergraduate tuition scholarship from the NASA Delaware Space Grant Consortium (DESGC) for 2012-2013. Each year this competitive award is presented to highly qualified applicants to conduct laboratory research at a DESGC institution. Fernandez-Bueno and Hampton are analyzing the reactions of chloroformate esters that are common ingredients in the synthesis of useful chemical...[more]

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Wesley College Canned Food Drive Helps Needy

Students at Wesley College held a canned food drive this past week to benefit the Delaware Food Bank in conjunction with the 123=ABC Community Service project. Incoming freshmen worked with current students, faculty and staff to serve the community of Dover through the canned food drive and other activities at the Aug. 18 event. The food drive produced almost 400 items amounting to close to 500 pounds of shelf-stable supplies.Approximately 17,000 people per week benefit from the Delaware Food...[more]

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Undergraduate Research Published

In 2011, Wesley undergraduates Brett Sansbury (biological chemistry major) and Olivia Hampton (biology major) began their EPSCoR/INBRE supported summer internship in chemistry under the direction of Dr. Malcolm J. D’Souza, professor of chemistry. They completed their project analyzing a fungicidal para-substituted aryl thiocarbamate analog in Spring 2012. Their work is now published in the open access peer-reviewed Journal of Chemistry. The recent NSF ARRA sponsored renovated undergraduate...[more]

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Wesley Students Present Posters at 3rd Annual Undergraduate Research and Service Celebratory Symposium

          Sixteen Wesley College undergraduates presented outcomes of their summer internship at an undergraduate poster session during UD's annual Undergraduate Research and Service Celebratory Symposium on Aug. 9. The students completed their project on varied research themes and were sponsored by the DE-INBRE and the DE-EPSCoR grants. The student mentors at Wesley were Dr. Bruce E. Allison, professor of environmental studies, and Dr....[more]

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Wesley College Construction Updates

Check out the latest pictures of Wesley College's construction projects.

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Retired Nursing Chair Received the 2012 Academic Nurse Educator Award

Dr. Lucille Gambardella, recently retired Wesley College nursing chair, was recognized by The Delaware Nurses Association and Delaware Organization of Nurse Leaders on July 12 with the 2012 Academic Nurse Educator Award. The award is to recognize those in the nursing field who consistently promote, excel, and bring a positive approach to their area of practice.Gambardella retired this spring after 28 years at Wesley and still plans to stay involved in the nursing profession. More than seventy...[more]

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Wesley College streetscape project on target for fall semester

Wesley College’s $2.5 million streetscape project to create a pedestrian-friendly, unified, true college campus in Dover’s historic district is on tract to open before students return for the 2012 fall semester, Wesley President Dr. William N. Johnston said.

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Wesley College streetscape project taking shape

Wesley College stu­dents should expect to feel a bit saf­er when they return next month for the 2012-13 school year. The Dover private college is un­dergoing a $2.7 million streetscape improvement project, which closes sections of North Bradford, Fulton and Cecil streets and several alleys in the immediate area and replaces them with sidewalks and pavers in an effort to create a more pedestrian friendly, campus-like atmosphere.

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