Jerry Kobasa, head coach of the 9th-ranked Wesley College men's basketball team, was interviewed by Dave McHugh of D3hoops.com as part of the Hoopsville Marathon. He discussed Wesley's upcoming schedule, the strength of their competition and more.
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]
Members of the Wesley Society and their guests gathered on the evening of January 11th for a reception and dinner at the Duncan Center as a way for the College to celebrate and recognize their generous support.
The fourth annual event was offered to Society members as an appreciation event, and the costs were fully underwritten by five individual and corporate sponsors. The generous sponsors included The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Becker Morgan Group, MSK Partners, Wilks, Lukoff &...[more]
Wesley College political science alum and graduate assistant Tanner Polce ’12 was named a Legislative Fellow for the 2014 Delaware General Assembly session. This year was the first opportunity for Wesley to participate in the program, after a stringent review process.
“Wesley College is honored to be able to participate in a program as prestigious as the Legislative Fellows. I am grateful to Dr. Jerome Lewis at the University of Delaware and to the leadership of the General Assembly for...[more]
President of I.G. Burton Dealership Charlie Burton presented Wesley College with a 2013 Chevrolet 15 passenger van valued at nearly $38,000 to provide shuttle service from the main campus to the new Health Sciences Building located on South New Street.
The addition of the Health Sciences Building was acquired at no cost to the College through the federal government. The former Frear Federal Building was decommissioned in April 2009 at which time Wesley submitted an application to the U.S....[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...
Wesley College's football team has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Team of the Year, it was announced by the ECAC office on January 9. This is the fifth time that the Wolverines have earned the honor.
Wesley College's Sosthene Kapepula has been named an American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American, it was announced by the organization on December 16. The Wolverines have now had a player chosen for AFCA All-America honors nine-straight years which is the longest current streak in the Nation
After leading Wesley College to its first-ever team title at the Ursinus Bow-Tie Classic on Saturday, freshman Markael Jenkins has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Men's Track & Field Athlete of the Week, it was announced by the league office on December 11.