Going The Distance

Keith Jones Keith Jones is the University’s longest-tenured coach, as well as one of the most successful.  Given all the signs in his back story, it’s surprising that it took Keith Jones so long to arrive at Wilmington University. To start with, says the school’s longtime cross country coach, “I’m about as local as you can get.” True. He grew up in New Castle — Penn Acres, to be…
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Meet Our Engagement Counselors

Formerly called the University Information Center (UIC), the new Student Engagement Center follows WilmU’s long tradition of offering exceptional student service. The center is located at New Castle’s Doberstein Admissions Center (DAC), but students’ needs are met…

WilmU Student Reports to United Nations Headquarters

Annum Nashra In March, Wilmington University international student Annum Nashra was a delegate at the United Nations for the 67th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women. According to the U.N., the session’s priority theme was innovation and technological change, and education in the digital age for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. Its review theme…
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Prepping for a Cybersecurity Career

Nokwa Sibanda The last six years have been a whirlwind of academic and professional achievements for alumna Nokwa Sibanda. She moved from her native Zimbabwe to Delaware in 2017, and immediately enrolled at Wilmington University. Since then, she has earned two academic…

Thank You, Dr. Ingraham

Dr. Frank Ingraham Dr. Frank Ingraham ends his distinguished service as Wilmington University Alumni President this year, having served in the role since 2018, and as an alumni board member since 2012. He holds three degrees from WilmU: a B.S. in Human Resource Management, an M.S. in Human Resource Management, and an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership. His academic WilmU experience made him an…
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