WilmU in the Community

Wilmington University Community Connections - making a difference in our communities.

Wilmington University students, faculty and staff are active in the community. Our hope is to not only to make our communities better, but to enhance and make a positive impact.

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In the Community

YWCA Delaware's NarrateHER honors the efforts of (clockwise from top left) Tina Betz, Atlanta Brown, Allison Burris Castellanos, Bebe Coker, Micki Edelsohn, Drew Fennell, Dee Sewell, Chandra Pitts, Margie Lopez-Waite, Wanda Lopez, Robin Krawitz, and Imani Henry.

Women Making a Difference in Delaware

They're activists and advocates, educators and entrepreneurs. They come from diverse backgrounds, but they share a common goal. The 12 women honored in YWCA Delaware's NarrateHER project want to erase the social barriers holding people back in their communities. And they'll be telling their stori…

Join local yoga instructors and wellness practitioners for 360 Yoga, a morning of mind-body balance at Wilmington University on Saturday, March 25 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Find Your Way to Wellness at Wilmington University

Stretch your body and strengthen your mind with 360 Yoga at Wilmington University. The second annual wellness and centering event will take place on Saturday, March 25 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Audrey Kohl Doberstein Admissions Center auditorium on the New Castle campus at 320 N. DuPont…

Meet representatives from regional companies and organizations at Wilmington University's specialized spring career fair on the New Castle campus, March 22 and 23.

Make a Connection at Wilmington University's Spring Career Fair

Double-check your resume and dress for the job you want: Wilmington University is hosting a specialized spring career fair on March 22 and 23.

The two-day event has been organized to highlight each of the university's colleges, allowing jobseekers to network with potential employers who h…

Disability rights activist Anastasia Somoza will speak on self-determination at Wilmington University's New Castle campus on April 10.

Anastasia Somoza Stands Up For the Disabled

Anastasia Somoza was born with cerebral palsy and spastic quadriplegia, but it hasn't stopped her from speaking out on behalf of the disabled, especially those — like her twin sister — who can't speak for themselves.

Wilmington University welcomes the human rights activist on …

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