Wesley College's annual Scholars Day will be held on Thursday, April 18. Scholars Day is an opportunity for students to present research on a given topic via oral presentation, poster presentation, performance, or photography exhibits.
The presentations take place around the campus from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. There will be no classes from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. due to the events.
At the conclusion of the presentations, there will be a reception for participating students, their family/friends, and...[more]
Wesley’s Summer Advantage program registration is now available with double the summer course offerings previously offered. It will provide a chance for students to stay on track and for some to get ahead of graduation requirements in a format that is both efficient and economical.
Wesley is offering three different formats beginning in May that include three week, nine week and 12 week classes of core courses and upper division electives. The courses are attractive financially with the...[more]
Wesley Professors Victor Greto and Dr. Angela D’Antonio's presentation at NASPA conference in Orlando is featured in Inside Higher Ed magazine. The presentation explored the relationship between technology and the mental well-being of students using social media. Wesley students were surveyed as part of the research for the presentation.
Wesley College celebrated its 140 year history at Founders Day on March 20 at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. Founders Day is a tradition for the College that acknowledges students and faculty with scholarships and awards. This year’s theme was “Memories and Milestones,” featuring former Wesley President Dr. R. Jervis Cooke as a guest speaker. Dr. Cooke served for 15 years as a trustee, was named president in 1977 and served until 1983. He was given the title of president emeritus by...[more]
Wesley College biological chemistry sophomores Catherine (Catie) Gross and Kaylee Miller have been selected to present an undergraduate research project in organic chemistry at the annual Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) Posters on the Hill event.
This project has been competitively selected by the Council from a pool of more than 800 national applications. Only 60 posters were selected to be showcased to members of Congress on Capitol Hill on April 24. The...[more]
Wesley College announced promotions for five faculty members: Professor Susan Redington Bobby, Dr. Jill Cole, Dr. Richard Kashmar, Dr. Cynthia Newton and Dr. Jamie Whitman-Smithe.
Dr. Cole, Dr. Kashmar, and Dr. Whitman-Smithe were promoted to full professor. Professor Redington Bobby and Dr. Newton were both promoted to associate professor. Promotions in teaching require a written recommendation by a person or committee approved by the College. Evidence sufficient for promotion includes...[more]
Wesley College is strengthening its focus in the Dover area.
The school has announced plans that include providing more classes at Dover Air Force Base and opening a new Health Sciences Building near Kent General Hospital.
Four years ago, College President William Johnston mapped out Wesley’s path to increasing its presence in the state capital. They are well on their way to achieving that goal.
Please note that the deadline for Scholars Day 2013 submissions is this Friday, March 8. If you are interested in presenting, click here to register.[more]
Wesley College’s Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity held a “car smash” fundraiser to raise money for leukemia and lymphoma research on February 22. Students paid $1 to take a few swings with a sledge hammer at a salvage car donated by Fitzgerald Salvage and Recycling.
U.S. Senator Thomas R. Carper was just one of the many politicians, government officials, board of trustees, faculty, staff, students and the general members of the public that attended a sneak peek of Wesley College’s new Health Sciences Building. The event brought together many of the groups involved in helping Wesley secure the former Frear Federal Building at no cost to the College.
“The General Services Administration and the Department of Education were the two primary agencies that...[more]