Since completing his exercise science degree in the spring of 2016, Joe Callahan has been on the ride of his life. That the former Division III quarterback was able to get an invite to an NFL mini-camp last May is remarkable in itself. That he actually made the team is almost unheard of. And it all began at Wesley College.
Wesley College recognized distinguished alumni during the Hall of Fame and Distinguished Alumni Ceremony on Friday, October. 7, 2016 at the Duncan Center in Dover. Wesley selected one winner for each of the following three award categories: Alumni Service Award, Alumni Public Service Award and Alumni Professional Achievement Award.
On July 15, Wesley College welcomed its 17th president, Robert E. Clark II, to campus.
I was fortunate to take such a trip last March when I traveled to Guatemala along with four students from the Wesley College Department of Nursing on a mission trip that doubled as a field study course.
Wesley College’s Health Sciences Building, home to the College’s health care programs including the nursing department, was renamed “William and Susan Johnston Hall” during an unveiling ceremony on May 9.
My wife, Ruth Ann, and I are getting settled and are excited to call Wesley College home.
Utilizing “best practices” in higher education research, the Offices of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs collaborated to create a new residential and academic program for first-year students at Wesley College: the Living Learning Community Program (LLCs), in which students who share a common interest or academic pursuit live together.
In the summer of 1958, a bright, yet shy recent high school graduate living in a farming community in Pennsylvania’s Lancaster County was resigned to a life in the country. That’s when, by chance, a postage-stamp-sized advertisement in a magazine mailed to her home changed Joan (Lefever) Bennett’s life.