With her game-winning goal in field hockey's season opening upset victory over No. 19 Lynchburg last Saturday, senior Gracie Daniels has been named the first-ever Wolverine of the Week, it was announced on September 2.
Former Wesley College standouts Madison Leone and Brooke Tadlock have been named to the Capital Athletic Conference Field Hockey Silver Anniversary Team, it was announced by the league office on September 2.
Eman Amao scored both of Wesley College's goals to give the Wolverines a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Cabrini College in the Championship Game of the Cavaliers' Labor Day Kick-Off Tournament on August 30.
Freshman Cassidy McSorley and senior Christina Verzi both notched hat tricks to lead the Wesley College women's soccer team to a 10-0 victory over St. Elizabeth in the season opener on August 30.
Junior Meghan Marshall set the Wesley College career-record for digs as the Wolverines took a pair of games at the St. Elizabeth Quad-Match over New Jersey City University and John Jay on August 29.
Dear Members of the Wesley Community and friends of the College,
Today, as a precautionary measure, the Dover City Police called for a security lockdown in all city buildings and schools due to a firearm threat several blocks from Campus. The lockdown occurred within minutes and everyone on campus was safe. Students, faculty and staff remained in College buildings for approximately two hours until the city police deemed it safe to continue our routine schedule. I have spoken with the...[more]
On August 24 Wesley College President Dr. William N. Johnston announced to the Board of Trustees and the College community his plans to retire at the conclusion of the 2014-15 academic year.
Johnston became Wesley’s 16th president in 2008, offering a wealth of experience in administration, including a very successful presidency of Iowa Wesleyan College, Mount Pleasant, IA. In addition to serving as a president in Iowa and Delaware, he has served as a senior administrator at four other private...[more]
Eleven NSF-EPSCoR, one NASA-EPSCoR and six NIH-INBRE-sponsored students presented research at the 2014 Undergraduate Research and Service Celebratory Symposium at the University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall Conference Center on Aug. 14. Fifteen of the students, and five of their seven academic mentors, were from Wesley College.
Dr. Derald Wentzien, professor of mathematics, mentored two Wesley students, Riza Bautista and Brittany Kowalewski, in their research. Visiting Assistant Professor and...[more]
Wesley College is launching the Academic Advocates program this fall. It serves as a pilot program designed to connect incoming freshmen with the College in order to help them adjust and feel at home in the community.
An advocate's role is to be a Wesley friend, a sounding board for new students and a connection to other campus resources. Advocates will meet with their students weekly during September, with visits decreasing in frequency as the freshmen settle in.
Currently, 25 faculty and...[more]
John B. Atkins, Sr. '62 of Salisbury, Md. died suddenly on Saturday, July 5, 2014 at the age of 71. John was a dedicated Wesley advocate, donor and volunteer who served on the Alumni Association Board of Directors for more than 24 years and was a past president. After two years at Wesley Junior College, during which he was very involved in drama with the Wesley Players, he went on to study engineering at the University of Maryland. He had a long career with Webcraft, also known as Vertis, Inc.,...[more]