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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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Alum Pens Eighth Article for CPA Journal

Dr. Cory Ng, who received his doctorate from Wilmington University in 2015, recently had his eighth article published in the Pennsylvania CPA Journal.  Dr. Cory Ng | Photo by Ron Dubick The article, “Dynamic Decision Making through Data Visualization,” appeared in the…
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Coming to You Live: Wildcat Sports

Catch a game from wherever you are. Are you a Wilmington University sports fan but find yourself unable to make it to all games? No problem. Now you can watch many Wildcat contests live — in the comfort of wherever you happen to be, thanks to the Athletics Department and…
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Driving Influence

“Marketing builds brand awareness, but it can also increase sales and engage customers if it’s focused on the right target.” – Bill Swain There are three things that stand out about Bill Swain, WilmU’s senior director of University Relations: he believes in the power of marketing; he nurtures talent; and he’s not afraid to express his opinion. That was evident when he took a…
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'Sole' Sisters

Every day, WilmU’s Annual Fund Senior Director Gloria Johnson laces up her sneakers, grabs her water and hits the pavement. She’s part of the growing movement called GirlTrek. With close to 100,000 neighborhood walkers, GirlTrek encourages African-American women to use…
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A New Dean: Dr. Sallie Reissman

Dr. Sallie Reissman lives by the Robert Ingersoll quote: “We rise by lifting others.” Her work ethic as well as her growing department is evidence of it.  The COEL Team: In back: Stephen Scheib, Christian Broderick, Kelly Clayton, Emily Henig, Adam Voyton. In front…
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WilmU’s First Online DBA Grad

“Robert’s colorful personality has a way of making people feel comfortable. . . . When he flew in to defend his DBA, he greeted us with fresh steaks from his Iowa farm.” —Dr. Ruth Norman In May, Dr. Bob Sarver of Iowa became the first College of Business DBA graduate to earn the degree online. After accumulating more than 30 years of business experience, Dr. Sarver serves as senior…
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