Courtney (Walpole) Voshell '03 graduated from Wesley’s education program and went on to earn her master and doctoral degrees while a teacher and administrator in the Capital School District. On February 8, Voshell was named National Assistant Principal for Secondary Schools by the National Assoc. of School Administrators. "Courtney is an exemplary change agent, she has definitely instituted positive change at Dover High School," said Professor of Education Dr. B. Patricia Patterson.
Wesley College undergraduate research in chemistry is published in the peer-reviewed open access publication, Canadian Chemical Transactions.
Brandon Sandosky (environmental science), Gabriel Fernandez-Bueno (biological chemistry), and Matthew McAneny (biology), completed a project that provides insight into the solvent influences of commercial chloroformates under the direction of Professor of Chemistry Dr. Malcolm J. D'Souza.
Sandosky completed this work as part of his senior-thesis...[more]
ValuePenguin is a consumer-finance company that has been putting together weekly Q&A interviews featuring top students at different Business programs around the country. Wesley Junior Samantha Utz was recently featured on the ValuePenguin site. Read the full interview by clicking the headline.
Bayhealth named Wesley College Assistant Professor of Nursing Fairuz “Fai” Lutz the Kent General Outstanding Healthcare Educator of the Year in December 2013. A highly prestigious award, it is presented in honor of Geraldine Webb Palladino, who was one of the leading figures in encouraging professional development of hospital staff.“We are proud of Fai for the recent recognition and the award she has received from BayHealth Medical Center,” said Chair of the Nursing Department Dr. Robert...[more]
Wesley College is breathing new life into an old building in Dover. Monday was the first day of classes for the semester and the first day of classes ever at the school's new Health Sciences Building.Until 2009 the space was the Frear Federal Building. Since that time, it has sat unused. Wesley's nursing program is changing that. The program has about 200 students between undergrads and graduates. One of those undergrads is senior Lauren Kowal. She was working with a mannequin patient Monday...
Even with papers and books strewn over a 10-person table and multiple chalk boards and filing cabinets, the room where Wesley College nursing professor Nancy Rubino and her three senior nursing students were working felt spacious. “It’s a lot better,” said Taylor Matthews, a student from Philadelphia, on the size of the new building.
“There’s much more room to breathe.”
Which is the point. Almost five years in the making, Wesley College opened its new Health Sciences building to students and...
On Friday, Nov. 15, the First Year Student Leadership Retreat commenced with a formal dinner and presentations from faculty members regarding leadership and what makes an effective leader. The retreat included a day trip on Saturday, Nov. 16 to Camp Pecometh in Centreville, MD. While at the camp the students learned about stress management and the influence they can have as leaders. The 63 freshmen who participated were pushed to work as a team in order to train, support, and encourage each...[more]
Three Wesley College graduates were nominated for the 2014 Delaware Teacher of the Year Award. There were nineteen educators nominated for the award- one for each district in the state. Educators are nominated based on their effectiveness, dedication, and love of teaching. The state awards each nominee with a $2,000 grant. The Wesley alumni nominees were Kaitlin (Oliver) Callaway '06 M'02, Deborah (Kenton) Long '01, M'02, and Jennifer (Mosuly) Immediato '01.“Wesley is so proud of our...[more]
Four Wesley College alumni, Jenna Ryan '11 (M.S.N.), Jessica Lambert '10 (B.S.N.) and '13 (M.S.N.), Dora Eyong '10 (M.S.N.), and Laura Wedel '09 (M.S.N.), were recently published in the DNA Reporter, the official publication of the Delaware Nurses Association.
Ryan’s report detailed the treatment of infantile hemangiomas, commonly called a ‘strawberry’ due to the pink raised skin, that can potentially lead to various complications including airway obstruction and bodily disfigurement. In...[more]
Dr. Karen Panunto, associate professor of nursing and BSN program director, was elected President of the Delaware Nurse’s Association. The organization is a constituent member association of the American Nurse’s Association and a non-profit professional organization that represents approximately 500 registered nurses in the state of Delaware.[more]