Wesley College celebrated Founders Day on March 18 at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. The event is an annual tradition for the College that celebrates the beginnings of Wesley College (142 years ago) and recognizes donors and students’ accomplishments with scholarships and awards.
Adele Foltz, Wesley College controller, was the program emcee, offering welcoming and closing statements to those in attendance. Wesley alum, Matthew T. Sellitto ’67, served as a guest speaker at the...[more]
After leading Wesley College's softball team to a 7-1 record last week, Steph Caracozza has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III South Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on Tuesday afternoon. This is the first time in at least ten years that a Wolverines softball player has been named the ECAC Player of the Week. A junior outfielder from Melbourne Beach, Fla., Caracozza hit .607 with a team-high 15 runs scored in Wesley's eight games last week....
Wesley College Professor of Mathematics Dr. Agashi Nwogbaga gave a presentation at a regional Mathematical Association of America (MAA) conference at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa. on March 14 as part of the Pi Day celebration. The title of his seminar was "Challenges and Tips for Project-Based Teaching of Non-Math Majors."Nwogbaga discussed various strategies, challenges and tips for using project-based instruction in mathematics for science and other non-math major...[more]
Wesley College's Steph Caracozza has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Softball Offensive Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on Monday afternoon. This is the second time in her career that Caracozza has earned CAC Player of the Week honors. A junior outfielder from Melbourne Beach, Fla., Caracozza led the Wolverines to a 7-1 week in Myrtle Beach, S.C., hitting .607 with a team-high 15 runs scored. Caracozza also registered an impressive .645 on-base percentage...
The Wesley College Board of Trustees today announced that Robert E. Clark II is the College’s next president. Mr. Clark has 30 plus years of extensive leadership experience, most recently at the Pennsylvania State University.
Mr. Clark will begin work as the College’s 17th president on July 15, succeeding Dr. William N. Johnston who will retire in July after serving the institution for seven years, and following a distinguished career in higher education spanning 42 years.
A search committee...[more]
Wesley Seniors Jasbir Deol (biological chemistry) and Maryeah Pavey (biology) are co-authors with Wesley College Professor of Chemistry and Associate Dean of Interdisciplinary/Collaborative Sponsored Research Dr. Malcolm D'Souza on an article. The peer-reviewed article, “Statistical Methods for the Investigation of Solvolysis Mechanisms Illustrated by the Chlorides of the Carbomethoxy Protecting Groups NVOC and FMOC,” was published in the Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry Volume 2015...[more]
The Wesley College women's softball team tallied another two wins at the Fastpitch Dreams Classic in Myrtle Beach on Tuesday; defeating Penn St. – Berks, 5-2, and Baptist Bible College, 10-4. The Wolverines advance to 5-0, guaranteeing a winning percentage when they return from Spring Break. Steph Caracozza performed exceptionally against the Nittany Lions, scoring two of Wesley's five runs while managing to go 4-4 at the plate. Nina Marcano batted Caracozza in in the first inning when she...
Matt Bundy and DaJahn Lowery recorded top five finishes for the Wesley College men's track & field team at the ECAC Championships on Saturday afternoon at the New Balance Track & Field Center. A senior from Media, Pa., Bundy scored six total points with a third place finish in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.25. Lowery, a sophomore from Suitland, Md., took fifth overall in the 60m dash in 7.00. Also competing for the Wolverines was De'Vaughn Trader, who took 27th in the long jump in 20-08.50,...
Two Wesley College music students will present original music for a chance to publicly debut their work at a concert in April. On March 10 at 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall at Wesley United Methodist Church, several local students including Wesley students Emily Bentz and Nicholas Oakley will present their music and be judged by members of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA). The ACDA is a non-profit music education organization whose central purpose is to promote excellence in choral...[more]
Wesley will open at normal times on Friday, March 6. Classes begin at 8 am, staff report at 8:30. Use caution on campus.