Internationally acclaimed artist Patrick Dougherty will work with the Wilson College community and local volunteers to create a one-of-a-kind environmental sculpture on the Wilson campus over three weeks in October, with the completion of the project expected on Friday, Oct. 23.
Wilson College will hold a reception from noon to 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 7, to mark the opening of an exhibit of works by sculptor Aaron Treher called New Ground. The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, will continue through Oct. 25 in the Bogigian Gallery on the second floor of Lortz Hall.
A year after the successful launch of bachelor’s and master’s degree programs for existing registered nurses, Wilson College this fall is adding a new bachelor’s degree program that provides a pathway to becoming an RN.
Two organizations recently approved grants for Wilson College totaling $38,000 to be used for scholarships for mature women students and programming to help address nutrition deficiencies by educating children about healthy food choices
The Pennsylvania Department of Education has approved a new, early childhood (preK-4)/ special education (preK-8) major within Wilson’s education curriculum. The dual certification program will be available this fall, along with a new minor in special education.
Wilson College’s new, low-residency Master of Fine Arts program launching this summer has finalized the faculty who will lead the inaugural session.
Wilson College honored students at its annual Academic Awards ceremony held Friday, May 1, in the Harry R. Brooks Complex for Science, Mathematics and Technology.
Wilson College has received an additional $1.2 million gift for its Reimagining the John Stewart Memorial Library fundraising effort from Wilson alumna Sue Davison Cooley, a Portland, Oregon, area philanthropist who contributed $2.4 million to the project last year.
Five Wilson College seniors presented the results of their research and one was recognized for her oral presentation at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, held April 10 to 12 at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pa.
Wilson College students will present the results of their undergraduate research at Wilson’s 6th annual Student Research Day on Friday, May 1. The public is invited to join Wilson students, faculty, staff and administrators at all events.