Wilkes will offer two lacrosse day camps for boys and girls ages 6-14. One session runs June 20-23, and the other session runs July 25-28. Cost is $195. Find out more and register online.
STATE: obvious/not so by Dan R. Talley will be on view at the Sordoni Art Gallery through Saturday, May 28. We will be open for extended hours over graduation weekend. Please stop by from noon… Read More »Sordoni Art Gallery to Extend Hours for Graduation Weekend
The Colonel’s Cupboard will be open on a limited basis for the week starting May 16. We will NOT be accepting online orders this week. If you need to make any special requests please contact… Read More »Check Out This Week’s Colonel’s Cupboard Hours
Stephen Tillman, emeritus professor of mathematics, has just had a short story, “The Major,” published. It can be found at https://literaryyard.com/2022/05/11/the-major/.
As we approach the end of the spring semester and prepare for our summer session, we want to share our health and safety protocols that will take effect at the conclusion of the semester. TestingWilkes… Read More »Please Review the Summer COVID-19 Protocols
You’ve worked hard to get your diploma, so why not show off your graduation excitement? Wilkes University’s Commencement Toolkit features GIFs, yard signs, social media covers, cake toppers and more so you can celebrate your… Read More »Show Your Colonel Pride with the Commencement Toolkit
The Chase parking lot will be closed for the summer starting Monday, May 16. Parking in this lot will be limited to contractors only.
The dean of the School of Education and chair of the Doctoral Department announce the defense of the dissertation titled “Female Middle Leaders’ Perceptions of Critical Friends Group Coaches’ Training on Their Leadership Development” by… Read More »Botbyl Dissertation Defense Scheduled for May 17
Wilkes University Archives is excited to announce that junior political science major Sarah Phillips has processed the Robert Wolensky papers, 1954-2006. Dr. Wolensky donated these materials to the archives last fall, and Phillips has processed… Read More »Archives Adds Robert Wolensky Papers