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Wesley College education faculty collaborated on two books that were recently published, “Teaching the Way Students Learn” and “Preparing Change Agents for the Classroom.” The project took three years to complete and involved many authors including (from left) Professors Marcia Lawton, Jill Cole, Patricia Patterson, Jamie Whitman-Smithe, as well as several Campus Community School teachers and three Wesley students. The books were published by Rowman & Littlefield Education and...[more]
Wesley College Student Government Association (SGA) President Tanner Polce and SGA Vice President Bryan Zarou present a $62,000 check to Wesley College President Dr. William Johnston and Board of Trustees Chair Charles “Chip” Dashiell. The donation will help increase Wi-Fi locations throughout the campus and help with several planned student-championed safety initiatives. From left: Johnston, Dashiell, Zarou and Polce.[more]
Wesley College mourns the unexpected passing of Associate Professor of Legal Studies Flora Hessling. A beloved faculty member for the past 16 years, Hessling died Sunday Feb. 5. Services will be held on Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Torbert Funeral Home located at 61 South Bradford Street in Dover (one block south of campus). Visitation will be at noon with a Memorial Service to follow at 1:00 p.m.[more]
Two Wesley College students will have their undergraduate research in chemistry published. Jaci Knapp (B.S. Biology, 2011) and Gabriel Fernandez-Bueno (B.S. Biological Chemistry, Honors program) completed an INBRE/EPSCoR –supported organic chemistry research project under the direction of Dr. Malcolm D’Souza, professor of chemistry at Wesley. This work is now published in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Molecular Sciences (http://www.mdpi.com/1422-0067/13/1/665/).
The Wesley College Chorus, the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, and the Delaware State University Chorus will join together to bring Journey of the Spirit: A Celebration of African American Heritage through Music to the Schwartz Center stage on Friday, Febrary 17. In celebration of Black History Month the evening of music and song will focus on pieces either composed by or for the African American community, dating back to the seventeen and eighteen hundreds to present. The Delaware Symphony...[more]
Wesley College faculty and students collaborated to present undergraduate research at the American Chemical Society (ACS) meeting in March 2012 in San Diego. Three of the nine posters that Wesley students and faculty will present were selected to be showcased at Sci-Mix, a large meeting-wide poster event, at the conference. These posters represent the best science and presentations that the society has to offer. Two of the chosen Wesley posters are student presentations....[more]
Junior volleyball player Carle Ax (Lewiston, Idaho /Lewiston H.S.) has been named to the Capital One 2011 Academic All-America Division III Volleyball Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A second-team honoree, Ax is the first-ever player from Wesley College to be named an Academic All-American by CoSIDA.
Wesley's top 50 Ranking = highest ranked nursing graduate program in the state!
Behind the shoulders of Shane McSweeny, the seventh-ranked Wesley College football team defeated No. 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor, 27-24, Saturday afternoon in the NCAA Division III Quarterfinals at the Crusaders' Tiger Field. The Wolverines will travel to Mount Union (13-0) on Saturday, December 10 for the NCAA Semifinals where the winner will play in the Stagg Bowl.