Wesley College head men's basketball coach Jerry Kobasa has been named one of 12 finalists for the 2014 Glenn Robinson Division III Coach of the Year Award, it was announced on March 30.
Wesley College is offering new accelerated business programs geared toward working adults. The Business Administration programs involve taking classes on campus one evening per week while integrating online classes simultaneously to accelerate the completion time leading to an MBA or BSBA degree.
The MBA program is a course of study requiring the completion of 12 courses resulting in an MBA in Executive Leadership in just 16 months. Eight of the courses are completed in a classroom...[more]
Due to dropping temperatures and parking lot conditions, Wesley is instituting a 2 hour delay opening on Wed, 3/26[more]
Wesley College students traveled to Dallas Texas on March 16 - 20 to present undergraduate research. Eleven Wesley students presented eight posters each detailing the outcomes of their chemistry research projects mentored by Dr. Malcolm J. D'Souza, professor of chemistry. Biological Chemistry students Tabitha Lambert, Kyle Gillespie, Kaylee Miller, Gabriel Fernandez-Bueno, Victor DeBarros II, Brett Sansbury, Catherine Gross, Jasbir Deol, and Laura Malinowski as well as biology major Maryeah...[more]
Wesley alumnus Chris Foard M'10 and his wife Marianne donated items from their historical nursing collection for use at Wesley’s new Health Sciences Building's display case. The display represents years of collecting rare pieces focusing on Florence Nightingale as well as the nursing profession as a whole. Some items dated back to the Civil War and earlier. The exhibit was unveiled in a ceremony on March 5 that included the Foards, students, faculty, administrators and staff. Visit...[more]
Wesley College’s recent selection as one of the top 100 universities and colleges in the country by TheBestSchools.org showcases the value of a well-developed strategic plan. Wesley’s five-year plan (2009 – 2014) just wrapped up with many goals realized including a focus on increasing safety and the environment contributed to planning and execution of new plazas. Increased retention and program growth will be realized through better facilities—like the new Health Science Building and...[more]
This isn’t your grandparents’ square dance – although they would be welcome! Wesley College and Picnic for Peace are pleased to announce a multi-generational and multi-cultural square dance during Dover’s First Friday April 4, 6 to 8 p.m. in the lobby of the College Center at Wesley, 120 N. State Street. The event is free and open to the public. No prior dance experience is required, nor is a partner. Just come in comfy shoes prepared to make new friends, get exercise, and...[more]
Wesley College's field hockey team has been award the 2013 Gladiator by SGI / NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Award, it was announced on Wednesday afternoon. Additionally, eight Wolverines have been named to the National Academic Squad. To qualify for the team award, the entire squad must have accumulated at least a 3.0 grade-point-average for the Fall 2013 semester, while individuals with at least a 3.3 in the Fall 2013 semester were named to the Academic Squad.
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]