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CompTIA and WilmU Partnership = Savings for Students

Finding your path almost never involves a straight line, but rather a series of twists, turns and challenges. Wilmington University student Bryan Amoroso knows that better than anyone.  Bryan Amoroso | Photo by Susan L. Gregg “After spending some time at college as a young man,” he says, “I decided what I was doing for an occupation wasn’t taking me as far as I wanted to go.” After a…
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One Step Closer: SHRM

Great news! WilmU’s bachelor’s and master’s in Human Resource Management programs are acknowledged by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as being in full alignment with its suggested HR curriculum. WilmU’s bachelor’s and master’s in Human Resource…
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The Educator: Margie Lopez-Waite

This alumna is Head of School at Las Américas ASPIRA Academy. “As long as I’m head of this school, there will be a dress code.” Margie Lopez-Waite’s naturally cheerful mien hardens a touch when she speaks those words. Her stance on uniforms evolved from painful…
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Wilmington Golf: Keeping it Rolling

It took six years to get the train out of the station, but now that Head Golf Coach Harry Jennings has it rolling, it seems unstoppable. Coach Harry Jennings and Andreas Lunding during the 2015 CACC Championship. Now in his 14th season at the helm of the Wildcats, Jennings has led his team to seven consecutive Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championships, and they were vying for…
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Our New President

Dr. LaVerne 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. Dr. Harmon chats with students Milena Procope, Mohamed Mody Camara and Brett Lamers. Dr. LaVerne Harmon…
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The Fight Against Human Trafficking

Juveniles are prime targets for traffickers, Family Court Commissioner Loretta Young told participants at the second annual Human Trafficking Symposium sponsored by Wilmington University in July. Frank Sabella and Karen Spring were members of a four-person panel at the Human Trafficking Symposium. “They are inexperienced, naive, and trusting,” she said. “Their brains are still developing…
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Annual Symposium Targets Teaching with Technology

It can be overwhelming to keep up with the latest and greatest technologies, especially in the teaching profession. That’s one reason why Wilmington University’s Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium has been so successful. Adam Voyton | Photo by Alex…
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Doctoral Alum Published in Nursing Journal

Dr. Larider Ruffin, who earned his Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)  from WilmU in 2016, was recently published in the Journal of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA). His paper, Health Coaching Strategy to Improve Glycemic Control in African-American Adults with…
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Dr. Bishop Completes Term on Ethics Commission

Dr. Johanna Bishop says her service on the New Castle County Ethics Commission, which ended in April, was “a great learning experience about how government works.” Dr. Johanna Bishop | Photo by Susan L. Gregg Dr. Bishop, associate professor and director of Behavioral Science Programs at Wilmington University, served two three-year terms on the commission, the last three as chair. Created in…
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