Yvette Buckner-Rouse started a new business five minutes after graduating. Now she’s calling the shots at Wilmington’s burgeoning Riverfront.
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.
Wilmington University’s partnerships with community colleges in southern New Jersey build bridges to academic success.
Four graduate students get a taste of what it takes to produce world-class athletes.
The Vice Presidents of Wilmington University offer expressions of gratitude to the former President.
Dr. Jack Varsalona retired last month, ending his distinguished career as President of Wilmington University. We explore his life, career successes, and hopes for the future.
Adjunct David Sten’s selfless act was a positive experience for him and a life-changing event for the recipient.
One WilmU adjunct is helping to heal communities through the power of visual art.
In 2016, the University welcomed 115 new international student-athletes. Meet a few of those global stars.
WilmU alumnus and adjunct Greg Morris is using his talents to improve life for thousands of Delawareans.
As Charlie Chaplin said, “Laughter is the tonic, the relief, the surcease for pain.” Dr. Sharon Yoder is no stranger to tragedy, but she has convinced people the world over that in societies barraged by unsettling headlines, humor is palliative.
How one man turned failure into a meaningful life.
It takes an iron will to get published in an academic journal, as these four WilmU doctoral students will attest.
Thanks to people like Sharon Kelly Hake, women are supporting each other in profoundly meaningful ways.