Ann Valentine, professor and chair of the chemistry department at Temple University, will deliver the 2023 Henry J. and Linda C. Pownall Lecture in Chemistry at Wilkes University at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 18, in… Read More »Professor Anne Valentine to Deliver Pownall Lecture in Chemistry at Wilkes University on Oct. 18
Today @ Wilkes news for students.
All English Majors and Minors are invited to the annual English Department fall picnic on the Kirby Hall lawn on Tuesday, October 3 from 11:00-12:45.
Art in Context Gallery Talk: Rose O’Neill: Facts & Fancies with Sarah Buhr, curator from the Springfield Art Museum
Join the Sordoni Art Gallery as we welcome Sarah Buhr, curator from the Springfield Art Museum for our next Art in Context Lecture today, Wednesday, October 4 at 5 p.m. in the gallery. One of… Read More »Art in Context Gallery Talk: Rose O’Neill: Facts & Fancies with Sarah Buhr, curator from the Springfield Art Museum
Visit http://www.wilkes.edu/polishroom The Polish Room Committee Scholarship ($3,000 top award) welcomes applications from Luzerne County residents. To be considered, applicants must write a brief essay. Polish pride is more than traditions, music, and tasty food.… Read More »Scholarship Opportunity for Students of Polish Descent
Stop by the SUB during club hours on October 5th to get a pink streak ($10) and speak with NSO about performing a self breast exam (FREE). All proceeds from this event will benefit breast… Read More »Breast Cancer Awareness Event: October 5th
Today is the last day to register for intramurals! Sign your team up before Midnight on September 29th on IMLeagues.com for the following sports: Kickball, Indoor Soccer, Softball and Pickleball. Any questions please email Casey… Read More »Last Day to Register for Intramurals
For all alumni, current students, faculty, administrators, and staff, Farley Library welcomes you to explore HIST 211: Intro to Public History’s class’ Wilkes at 90 exhibit on the first floor! Come take a trip down… Read More »Wilkes at 90 exhibit on first floor of Farley Library!
One out of three people has a criminal record, and these records continue to hold people back. Even after their sentences end, the consequences don’t. But a solution exists. Learn more when the Pardon Project… Read More »You’re Invited to a Screening of “Pardon Me” on Oct. 3
All vehicles in the Ralston Parking Lot must be removed on Friday, Sept. 29 by 6:00 PM in preparation for homecoming activities Saturday, Sept. 30. The gate to the parking lot will be locked. Any… Read More »Ralston Parking Lot to Close at 6 p.m. on Sept. 29
The Karambelas parking lot will be closed for all parking on Friday, September 29th for the Board of Trustees meeting. Any vehicle left in the parking lot will be ticketed and towed.