Wesley kicker Eric Speidel was named the ECAC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Menlo on October 18. He set a school record by going 10-10 on extra point attempts in the 70-2 victory.
Wesley College retired the numbers of two field hockey standouts, Middletown resident Brooke Tadlock and Dover resident Madison Leone. During their time at Wesley, the two student-athletes put together some of the most impressive careers in the program's history. Tadlock played for the Wolverines from 2007-10, amassing 53 goals and 17 assists in those seasons. She currently ranks fourth all-time in goals scored and tenth in career assists. Her 123 total points is the fourth-best mark...[more]
Delaware State Senator Colin Bonini '92 was able to arrange a tour of Stanford's Cardinal Stadium for the Wesley football team on Oct. 17, a day before the Wolverines' game against Menlo. Following that contest, Bonini also held a cookout for the team at a park in Atherton.
Wesley College's Nasia Denegal has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on September 20. This is the first time that Denegal has received a weekly honor in her collegiate career.
Wesley College’s music department dazzled a packed house of guests at Wesley Chapel last year with the opera “Suor Angelica.” This weekend will see an encore of that production but, this time around, the department will be taking the show on the road for two performances at Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach. Opening night is Oct. 24 with a finale on Oct. 26.
Freshman Alyson Davis was named the ECAC Women's Cross Country Rookie of the Week on Oct. 22. She earned her first career weekly honor after finishing the 5K course in 21:51:2 at the Delaware State Invitational.[more]
Wesley College Professor of Business Management Dr. Kathleen Jacobs was asked to represent the Delaware Commission for Women by attending the 6th annual Kent County Economic Summit held at the Conference Center at Delaware Tech Terry Campus on September 23. The event was presented in collaboration with the Central Delaware Business and Entrepreneurship Consortium and the topic was “Building a Better Community.”The purpose of the Summit was to accelerate economic progress in Kent County,...[more]
Wesley College has named a garden on campus in recognition of a generous gift from Allison ’98 and Brad ’95 Gudeman. The Gudemans contributed to the campaign to build the Wesley Plazas and their garden is located on the South Plaza, between Dulany Hall and the main entrance to the College Center. A stone plaque has been placed in the garden and new plantings to beautify the space include blue and white asters, barberry, nandina, dwarf crapemyrtle, white chrysanthemums, northern bayberry, and...[more]
Dr. Malcolm J. D'Souza, Wesley College professor of chemistry, co-authored a review chapter that appeared in the October issue of the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, pages, 18310-18332.
The article reviews the synthetic and mechanistic studies of commercially available chemical intermediates commonly used in peptide, polymer, pharmaceutical and agricultural chemistry. The work completed at Wesley College was sponsored through the NIH-NIGMS IDeA INBRE program, and the...[more]
Wesley College's education department recently purchased a 3D printer and computer through grant funds. The method of 3D printing is a process that forms a three-dimensional object designed through a computer program. According to Wesley Professor of Education Dr. B. Patricia Patterson, the machines are becoming more popular today, as there are currently eight Delaware libraries with 3D printers for use by the public.
The printer, software and laptop equipment totaled more than $6,000, and...[more]