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WilmU Nurses Offer Aid in the Dominican Republic

A team from Wilmington University’s College of Health Professions embarked on a weeklong mission trip to Santo Domingo, capital city of the Dominican Republic, where they delivered medical treatment to a population in need. WilmU’s Dr. Lori Irelan, Family Nurse Practitioner Jennifer Reynolds and RN Leah Chimes join other health care professionals in Santo Domingo. This was the second time…
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Innovative Development Training for Correctional Officers

Wilmington University Criminal Justice program faculty members Dr. Jim Warwick and Dr. Greg Warren are leading a team of seasoned law enforcement practitioners to provide essential training to correctional officers and supervisors under a contract recently awarded to WilmU…
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Rollin’ On The River

Yvette Buckner-Rouse started a new business five minutes after graduating. Now she’s calling the shots at Wilmington’s burgeoning Riverfront. It took Yvette Buckner-Rouse all of five minutes to walk from the stage at commencement to the opening day of her new…
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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. Dr. Axe has worked with 3,000 students during his 30-year tenure at WilmU. It’s a quiet Thursday night at the Pratt Student Center with students softly shuffling through the hallways to their evening classes — that’s all…
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Joint Efforts In Jersey

Wilmington University’s partnerships with community colleges in southern New Jersey build bridges to academic success. Rowan College at Burlington County For Madison Humphries, learning and earning go hand in hand. “My mom always pushed me to stay busy,” she says. “I…
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Olympic Quest

Four graduate students get a taste of what it takes to produce world-class athletes. John D. Hair’s sculpture “Olympic Strength” at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado — home to athletes and coaches who they train for the…
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A Firm Handshake

Connect to job and internship opportunities with Handshake, WilmU’s newest career platform that enables students and alumni to associate easily with employers to manage career development and browse job postings. This user-friendly experience makes it easy to apply to jobs while allowing job recruiters nationwide to view information about talented candidates. The platform tripled the…
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Jason’s Legacy

Tragedy struck WilmU adjunct Marc Anderson’s family in January of 2015 when their son and brother, Jason, died in a car accident. Adjunct Marc Anderson delivers a check to the Kent County Stallions on behalf of the Jason Anderson Youth Sports Foundation. He was just 33.
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WilmU Doctoral Student Leads New Education Office

When Delaware Gov. John Carney created the Delaware Department of Education’s new Office of Improvement and Innovation, he appointed WilmU doctoral candidate Dorrell Green to run it. Dorrell Green Governor Carney announces Selection to lead Department of Education’s…
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Every Clue Counts

Twenty-seven students from the John R. Downes Elementary School in Newark, Delaware, are authors thanks to WilmU alumnus and Special Education teacher Bryan Andress.  The fifth-grade class conceptualized, researched, storyboarded, wrote, edited and illustrated “Every Clue Counts,” a young Sherlock Holmes mystery novel. They also created an hour-long documentary depicting the production of the…
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