The Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Department will host a special presentation with Dr. David R. Carey titled “An Introduction to Systems Engineering” on Thursday, November 9, 2023, from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm, in CSC 102. See attached poster for… Read More »You’re Invited to “An Introduction to Systems Engineering” on Nov. 9
November 6, 2023
Join the Office of Global Engagement for game night tonight in the JPAC 5pm-8pm! There will be games, snacks, scavenger hunt clues, and a whole lot of fun to be had!
The College of Business and Engineering (COBE) Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is hosting a spotlight series that will feature past clients. These clients, students and non-students, will come to present on their businesses and… Read More »COBE CEI Spotlight Series
Farley Library celebrates International Education Week by highlighting a selection of books that help readers better understand the world. IEW celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange. So stop by the library during the… Read More »Farley Library Celebrates International Education Week
Alan Dershowitz and others have argued that there are scenarios and conditions which make state-sanctioned torture morally justified, maybe even required. Hypothetical scenarios such as one in which a nuclear device is hidden in NY… Read More »Is torture ever morally justified?
The 31st Annual Taste of Wilkes: Neighborhood Cookout will be held in the Jean and Paul Adams Commons from 11:30am-1:00pm on Tuesday, November 7th to support the Wilkes United Way campaign. The admissions price is $5, and… Read More »Come to Taste of Wilkes: Neighborhood Cookout
Sign up for a 1 credit seminar course in Spring 2024! Underrepresentation in Science is a new seminar course being run as CHM 298 (CRN 10140) on Mondays at 2pm and is open to all… Read More »Want to Learn More about Underrepresentation in Science?
Attention First-Year students! The e-Mentors are hosting a Registration Night Bingo on Tuesday, November 7th at 8:00 PM. Come for pizza, bingo, and to register for your Spring semester classes! There will be e-Mentors available… Read More »First-Year Registration Bingo!