There are far more than 50. So consider this sampling representative of the many altruistic endeavors that Wilmington University’s staff, faculty and students and alumni undertake. To them, it’s all
Graduates of Wilmington University’s Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program are leading organizations in diverse fields — not to mention making the world a better place. DBA grads work in
Aided by the University’s Disability Services, these students are achieving success in the classroom. The human ear is a fragile, complex organ, made up of tiny bones and membranes and
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
Four graduate students get a taste of what it takes to produce world-class athletes.
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.
Each year, Wilmington University educates more Delaware residents than the other four-year, higher education institutions in the state combined. And there’s more — much more.
Dr. Jason L. James Jr., assistant professor for WilmU’s College of Business, explains how his life's journey brought him to WilmU.
Dr. LaVerne T. Harmon became the fourth President of Wilmington University on July 1, 2017. With more than two decades of experience at WilmU, she has hit the ground running.
Ten years and two Wilmington University degrees after arriving in the U.S., Roberto Rodriguez is leading efforts to protect network security at Capital One.
Wilmington University’s Ed.D. in Educational Leadership expands to include concentrations in Teacher Leadership and School Leadership, making the program more practical for educators who want to lead — and remain at the school level.
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.