Introducing The Wilmington University School of Law

With its inclusive culture, the new law school will prepare students who reflect the communities they serve, promote access to the bar, and make a case for a more diverse legal field. The Wilmington University School of Law will welcome its first classes in the fall of 2023. “The Wilmington University School of Law represents our history of providing career-oriented programs for students…
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Top Tech Award for Master’s Grad

Two months before receiving her master’s degree from Wilmington University in May, Nitika Tanuboddi added a significant achievement to her résumé: the Graduate Student Research Award from Epsilon Pi Tau (EPT) Honor Society, the leading international honor society for…

Mark Sprague: Piloting an Airport’s Future

Wilmington University alumnus Mark Sprague grew up in a decidedly nautical environment. His hometown of Tuckerton, New Jersey, sits on Great Bay, 6 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The borough of about 3,300 boasts a working maritime museum and village. Tuckerton Creek flows…

Aaron Lewis: A Love for Baseball and the Badge

Aaron Lewis enjoys both his jobs — a full-time career as a Wilmington Police officer, and a part-time role as head coach of Delaware Military Academy baseball. But one’s a profession, the other is a calling, and that becomes obvious when he discusses them. A master corporal with the WPD, Lewis reflects on his 15 years in the department with satisfaction, tempered by reality: “About two…
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Tennis: A Season to Remember

Coach Troy Donato led the women’s tennis team’s stellar season as it became the third team in Wilmington University Athletics’ NCAA era to win a regional tournament. For the Wilmington University women’s tennis team, the 2021–22 season was one of unprecedented…

Totally Connected

Job opportunities in the esports and gaming industries abound. That’s great news for WilmU students, who benefit from an exciting new partnership. A new collaboration between the College of Technology and a Delaware esports startup aims to introduce high school students to…

A Graduate, A Father and a Sister

Steven Christian at father’s Calverton National Cemetery gravesite. A commitment to lifelong learning inspires a poignant moment for a proud military family When Gunnery Sgt. Steven Christian enrolled at Wilmington University to earn a Master of Science degree in Cybersecurity with a concentration in Supervisory Controls and Data Acquisition (SCADA), he did so partly for his father and partly…
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Spearheading Innovations in Nursing Education

From left: Dr. Aaron Sebach, dean of the College of Health Professions and Natural Sciences and Mobile Integrated Health Nurse Practitioner with TidalHealth; MSN NP student Meagan Prime; Salisbury Fire Department Paramedic Miranda Webster; and Chris Truitt, assistant chief…

A Real-World Internship

Jada Brinkley Jada Brinkley, a Wilmington University senior majoring in Business Analytics, is an intern at the Wilmington Alliance, a nonprofit organization focused on eco-nomic development and inclusion, promoting the collective good, and community-based interventions to…

National Honors for Two Alumnae

The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) are the highest recognition that K–12 STEM teachers can receive. They are given to teachers from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and U.S. territories as a group (American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands). For the year 2020…
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