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Make the Most of Your Summer with WilmU

Our flexible, convenient summer term courses bring your educational goals a step closer. Your higher education doesn’t have to take a vacation. Wilmington University’s summer term courses enable you to complete the credits you need for your degree or certificate program, without having to wait for back-to-school season in the fall. Whether you’re looking to check off the…
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New Scholarships Awarded to Four Delaware National Guard Students

Four members of the Delaware National Guard have been awarded scholarships to Wilmington University, the first such awards in honor of the late Major General Carol A. Timmons. General Timmons was Adjutant General of the Delaware National Guard (DNG) from February 1, 2017, until her retirement on March 2, 2019. The four scholarship winners are: Letonia Alexander Delaware National Guard: Air…
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Higher Education Predictions for 2021 with EdSurge

EdSurge interviewed Wilmington University President Dr. LaVerne Harmon, and other college presidents and business executives, about the trends 2021 will bring to higher education. “Their predictions revolve around the continued acceleration of the use of technology in…
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Learning to Lead: Which degree matches your career goals—the MBA or the MSM?

Wilmington University’s Master of Business Administration offers a career-focused, experience-driven degree that fits your schedule as well as your budget. But the MBA isn’t the only path to leadership excellence. The Master of Science in Management also delivers the skills you’ll need to rise in your field. “Students come to WilmU’s College of Business because…
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Top Teachers: How WilmU's College of Education Delivers Excellence to Delaware's Schools

For 10 of the last 12 years, the Delaware Department of Education’s Teacher of the Year has been a graduate of Wilmington University. It’s not hard to see why. “One reason is that we provide so many of the teachers to Delaware’s classrooms!” remarks Alfred DiEmedio, director of teacher preparation programs in WilmU’s College of Education. Indeed, more than 3,500…
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