Life@WilmUMagazine

The Next Worst Generation?

Are millennials the worst generation ever? You might think so from listening to the barrage of negative comments in the media. However, WilmU DBA student Bryan Yakulic helps put that hot topic in perspective in his presentation, “The Next Worst Generation” for TEDxDover. As an adjunct professor at The American College of Financial Services, Yakulic teaches cross-generational leadership. He…
Read more
Life@WilmUMagazine

Starting Early

Incoming WilmU freshman Alexis Webb got a head start on college. In fact, she completed a semester’s worth of classes before joining most of her fellow incoming classmates this fall.   Alexis Webb | Photo by Paul Patton Webb, a recent Caesar Rodney High School graduate…
Life@WilmUMagazine

Blackboard: Phoning It In

WilmU’s Online and Educational Technology staff redesigned an e-learning course to be more efficient and convenient for new students.  Blackboard is the online learning platform used in all of WilmU’s online and hybrid courses, and to support face-to-face courses. For…
Life@WilmUMagazine

Journey to Joy

Dr. Regina Allen-Sharpe says she’s in the “dream development” business. “Everyone comes to college with a dream,” she says. “I like to think I play some small part in making that dream come to fruition.” Named assistant vice president of Student Affairs in January, Dr. Allen-Sharpe has served Wilmington University for 17 years, as a director of Career Services, then senior director…
Read more
Life@WilmUMagazine

First to the Bench

Student Veda Wooley will be attending the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law this fall as the first Wilmington University alum to be admitted. At 4, Wooley knew she wanted to be a lawyer. While her peers were preparing for kindergarten, she got a backrow seat…
Life@WilmUMagazine

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…
Life@WilmUMagazine

Goats: Who Would Have Thought?

Green Grazer Goats business owner and WilmU student Kalyn Butts won more than $22,000 in cash and prizes in a local Shark Tank-style competition. WilmU student Kalyn Butts and partner Kevin Connor manage goats for their award-winningbusiness, Green Grazer Goats. Green Grazer Goats is an eco-friendly farming operation that with goats that uses goats to clear weeds and brush instead of heavy…
Read more
Life@WilmUMagazine

University’s AD Moves to New Post

When Dr. Linda Van Drie-Andrzjewski started working for the Wilmington University in Student Affairs in 2001, the director of athletics title didn’t exist. Caldwell University AD and Director’s Council Chair Mark Corino with Dr. Van Drie-Andrzjewski Ten years later, when…
Life@WilmUMagazine

The NextFab Partnership

Wilmington University students now have access to laser-cutters, 3D printers and electronics and software-training labs, thanks to the College of Technology’s partnership with NextFab, a collaborative makerspace network that opened a location in Wilmington’s Creative District last year. Students work on a Go Baby Go project at NextFab in Delaware. With two other locations in Philadelphia…
Read more