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A Start-Up That Stands Out

Adjunct Mathews Chacko and his partners defied the odds while luring some big fish to their entrepreneurial enterprise. As one of “Shark Tank’s” resident savants, Mark Cuban routinely turns thumbs

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Oh, The Humanities!

Dr. Kate Cottle says you need soft skills for hard jobs They’re called “soft skills,” and they go by various names, including writing, critical thinking, communication, empathy, self-awareness, emotional intelligence

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Masters of Education

How five students turned homework into WilmU’s newest graduate degree Masters of Education Learning by doing is key to any educational experience. For five doctoral candidates in Wilmington University’s College of

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Wilmington University Turns 50

Wilmington University Turns 50

Wilmington College was chartered by the state of Delaware on Dec. 27, 1967, though its classes began in 1968. Cover Story by Maria Hess  |  Special thanks to Dr. Angela Suchanic and Natalie Ridgeway Students recruited from New Jersey and New York lived in dorms and attended classes at the newly purchased Tour Inn Motor […]

Five Minutes at a Time

Five Minutes at a Time

Surviving unspeakable loss has made Dr. Angela Herman a better teacher, mentor and human being.  When Dr. Angela Herman joined the Wilmington University faculty full-time in 2015, she was asked to transform the former Allied Health program into an innovative and practical offering called Health Sciences. In just three years, the program has grown 200 […]

The Unsung MVP

The Unsung MVP

Dr. Michael J. Axe is a force in WilmU’s Athletics department, fortified by more than 30 years of service. He’s also an icon in Delaware’s world of sports medicine.

Why Leaders Learn

Why Leaders Learn

WilmU’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences uses a virtual military staff ride of the Battle of Gettysburg as an educational tool for students.