Nalina Burgos, a student in the Post-Master’s Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) program, works as a registered nurse in Arizona, but right now her eyes are on the prize — the pitcher’s mound at Dodger Stadium… Read More »VOTE TODAY: Help a Wilkes Student Take the Field to Throw the First Pitch at a Dodgers Game
September 7, 2023
Student Development invites you to come to Abide Coffee House (located at 23 W Market St, Wilkes-Barre) from 5:30 – 7:00 pm on Friday, September 8th for some coffee and bingo! There will be prizes!!
A selection of books authored by faculty and students from the Wilkes Creative Writing Program is now on display in the Farley Library. Both poetry and prose, in striking editions published by Wilkes University’s Etruscan… Read More »Creative Writers@Wilkes on Display in the Farley Library
Join Wilkes University in walking in the 6th Annual Wilkes-Barre Multicultural Parade and Festival! Saturday, September 16th. If you are interested in walking email Erica Acosta; firstname.lastname@example.org Every fall we celebrate the robust and vibrant… Read More »Walk with Wilkes at the Wilkes-Barre Multicultural Parade
Dr. Karimi will be hosting a workshop on learning how to effectively use Zotero citation manager. Zotero is an opensource (free) software that helps you insert and manage citations automatically. Registrants will be provided with… Read More »Citation Management with Zotero – A Workshop
Gravestone Manor, a premier theatrical haunted attraction is looking for volunteers! Each year, the proceeds from Gravestone Manor benefit United Way of Wyoming Valley. Gravestone is in need of many volunteers for this year’s production.… Read More »Volunteer for Spooky Season!
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2023 | 5:30 PM In celebration of Wilkes-Barre native Rose O’Neill, we will celebrate with an evening of live music, specialty cocktails, local cuisine, and an inside look at our current exhibition, The… Read More »Tonight – Cocktails & Culture in collaboration with Diamond City Partnership