Several members of the Wesley College women's soccer team volunteered to be guest readers at John Bassett Moore Intermediate School's Seventh Annual Read Across America Event last week. Each player was assigned to a fifth or sixth grade classroom and read selected Dr. Seuss stories.
"Our players truly understand the importance of giving back to the local community," said head coach Ed Muntz.
"It's the little things, such as reading a book to kids, that makes a difference," said rising...
Wesley College celebrated Founders Day on March 19 at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. The event is an annual tradition for the College that acknowledges students, celebrating their accomplishments with scholarships and awards. Dr. Michael Nielsen, a professor of media arts at Wesley, was featured as a guest speaker. A member of the Wesley faculty since 1989, Nielsen is retiring at the end of the spring 2014 semester.
A total of $127,650 in scholarship money - up from approximately...[more]
Wesley College's Andrew Cooper has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Co-Pitcher of the Week, it was announced by the league office on March 18. This is the first regional weekly award that Cooper has received in his career.
Wesley College head men's basketball coach Jerry Kobasa has been named the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Middle Atlantic Region Coach of the Year, it was announced on Tuesday morning. Also named the Capital Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, this is the first time that Kobasa has been named a Regional Coach of the Year.
Also earning All-Region honors was David Langan, who received First Team accolades along with Aaron Walton-Moss of Cabrini, DeSales' Mike Coleman,...
Wesley College's David Langan has been named a D3hoops.com First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region selection, it was announced by the website late Sunday night. This is the first All-Region honor that Langan has received in his career. A senior center from Sayreville, N.J., Langan was joined on the first team by Cabrini's Aaron Walton-Moss, Ross Danzig of Scranton, Dickinson's Adam Honig, and Brian Parker of Alvernia, who the Wolverines defeated in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament.
To allow for snow removal and more safe travel conditions this morning, Wesley is extending its closing Monday until 12:00 Noon.
Academic and business activities will resume at 12:00 PM. Be alert for further updates in the event that the snow does not tapper off as expected.
ARAMARK is attempting to open for regular meal hours.
IMPORTANT NOTE FROM RESIDENCE LIFE:
"If you have a Resident Assistant (RA) interview scheduled for Monday, March 17th, you will be contacted by the Office of...[more]
In view of the developing weather conditions, Wesley's current plan is to open for class and for all other business activities Monday at 10:00 AM.
We will monitor the developing storm during the night and early morning hours and may adjust the schedule.
Faculty, staff and students are urged to watch for further e-mails and text messages. If we need to deviate from the 10:00 AM opening, expect a message at about 5:00 tomorrow morning.
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Wesley College's Jorden Lutz was named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on March 10.
A native of Collinswood, N.J., Lutz led the Wolverines defensive effort in a 14-9 victory over Centenary (N.J.) last weekend with four caused turnovers, four ground balls and five draw controls. Lutz also played a major factor on the offensive end with a hat trick along with an assist.
Lutz and the Wolverines...[more]
A Wesley College student has coauthored a peer-reviewed publication as part of an undergraduate research project. This past summer, Kaylee Miller, junior biological chemistry major, completed an intensive 10-week DE-INBRE supported internship with Dr. Thomas L. Bauer, at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center and Research Institute, at Christiana Care. Her efforts resulted in the co-authorship on a peer-reviewed article that has appeared in Surgical Oncology. Miller plans to enter an Occupational...[more]
It took more than a quick snap of the scissors to make the new Health Sciences Building a reality, it took vision, collaboration and years of planning to secure the 36,000 square-foot former Federal building at no cost to the College.
On March 6 more than 150 people celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony for Wesley’s new building located at 300 South New Street including Governor Jack Markell, Regional Administrator for U.S. GSA Mid-Atlantic Region Sara Manzano-Diaz, state and local...[more]