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Charles Bahati Bitakwate to Discuss Sustainability in East Africa at Wilkes University Lecture on March 19

Charles Bahati Bitakwate will speak on a sustainable vision for rural east Africa in a lecture at Wilkes University from 5 to 6 p.m. on Monday, March 19. The lecture is in Breiseth Hall, Room 209.

Wilkes University Professor Publishes College-Level Spanish Language and Literature Textbook

Paola Bianco, Wilkes University professor of global cultures, published a college-level textbook for students of Spanish language and literature.

Wilkes University Introduces New Major and Minors

Wilkes University is increasing opportunities for its students with new majors and minors that expand career options after graduation.

Hall of Fame Pitcher Dwight "Doc" Gooden Delivers Keynote At Wilkes University Pain and Addiction Summit

Leaders at the forefront of battling the opioid crisis will present at Wilkes University's Pennsylvania Pain and Addiction Summit on Friday, April 20 at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs with Dwight "Doc" Gooden delivering the keynote address.

How does an all-expense paid conference trip sound? Find out if you could be the chosen Wilkes student representative.

Find out if you could be the chosen Wilkes student representative.

United Nations Leader Charles Chauvel Speaks About Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies at Wilkes University on Feb. 13

United Nations diplomat Charles Chauvel will speak about the United Nations Development Programme goals during his presentation, Implementing Sustainable Development: Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies at Wilkes University on Feb. 13.

"Madness" Lecture by Laflin Native Emily Gavigan Highlights Rare Autoimmune Disorder on Feb. 1 at Wilkes University

Laflin native Emily Gavigan's frightening descent into what seemed to be insanity will be the focus when she delivers the lecture "Madness" on Thursday, Feb. 1 at Wilkes University.

Wilkes University Named a Military Friendly School for Eighth Consecutive year

Wilkes University Recognizes Faculty and Staff With 2017 President's Awards for Excellence

Five Wilkes University faculty and staff members were honored with the 2017 President's Awards for Excellence. The awards, which were presented by President Patrick Leahy at the University's fall convocation, recognize individuals who reflect excellence in their work at the University based on the University's core values. This is the second year for the awards program.

Wilkes University Announces Faculty Promotions and Tenure Awards

Wilkes University has announced faculty promotions and recognized faculty who have been awarded tenure.

Wilkes University Welcomes New Faculty for 2017-2018 Academic Year

Wilkes University welcomed 25 new faculty members at the start of the 2017-2018 academic year. New faculty included new tenure-track faculty, as well as visiting professors and faculty of practice.

WILKES UNIVERSITY DEDICATES NEW KARAMBELAS MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION CENTER

The $4 Million State-Of-The-Art Facility Will Be Home To The Award-Winning Communication Studies Program

Wilkes University Student Work Accepted Into Influential Educational Exhibition

A recent Wilkes University graduate will have his work displayed at one of the world's largest conferences for computer graphics and interactive techniques.

Wilkes University Hosts Presentation on Energy and International Climate Policy

Wilkes University hosts European energy policy expert Timon Wehnert from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, July 20 in the Stark Learning Center, Room 101, 150-180 S. River St., Wilkes-Barre.

SHINE of Luzerne County at Wilkes University Held Student Derby Race at Hanover High School

Middle school students revved their engines and pointed their derby cars downhill on May 20 when they competed at the derby race hosted by SHINE of Luzerne County at Wilkes University.

Wilkes University Awards Degrees at 70th Spring Commencement

Wilkes University Awards Degrees at 70th Spring Commencement

Wilkes University Presented 2017 Multicultural Awards

The Center for Global Education and Diversity at Wilkes University recently presented its 2017 multicultural awards.

Wilkes University President Patrick F. Leahy To Speak at International Council on Small Business Knowledge Summit May 11 at United Nations

Wilkes University President Patrick F. Leahy To Speak at International Council on Small Business Knowledge Summit May 11 at United Nations

$1.65 Million Gift From Wilkes-Barre Native George W. Bierly Creates Student Fellowships at Wilkes University

$1.65 Million Gift From Wilkes-Barre Native George W. Bierly Creates Student Fellowships at Wilkes University

Pulitzer Prize-Winner Joby Warrick Delivers Keynote At Wilkes University's Bigler Journalism Conference

The Washington Post reporter and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner author Joby Warrick will be the keynote speaker at Wilkes University's 17th annual Tom Bigler Journalism Conference. The conference will be held on Friday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Poetry In Transit 2017 Seeks New Verse

Poetry In Transit, an award-winning community program, invites writers to submit poems to be featured on Luzerne County Transportation Authority (LCTA) buses. The submission deadline for this year's program is April 28. The theme for the 2017 program is Migration, and poems should reflect some aspect of this theme.

MacArthur Genius Grant Winner and Actress Anna Deavere Smith Delivers Rosenn Lecture On April 30 at Wilkes University

Playwright, actor and professor Anna Deavere Smith will deliver the Max Rosenn Lecture in Law and Humanities on April 30. The event will be at 7 p.m. in the Dorothy Dickson Darte Center for the Arts. Her presentation, "Snapshots: Portraits Of A World In Transition," will explore the school-to-prison pipeline, our complex identities in America and the human capacity for compassion and resilience in the face of adversity. Admission is free but registration is recommended. To register online, please visit www.wilkes.edu/rosenn.

Wilkes University To Host Runway Show For Local Teens In Need Of Prom Attire

Wilkes' AmeriCorps VISTA, Office of Civic Engagement and Office of Diversity Initiatives is collecting gently used prom clothes. Donations should be lightly used formal attire and accessories such as dresses, gowns, tuxedos, dress shirts, pants, ties and shoes. The goal is to collect at least 200 articles of clothing. The deadline for donations is April 3.

Students Explore Careers in Law at Wilkes University Law Day on March 28

Exploring a career as a lawyer will be the focus when Wilkes University hosts Law Day on Tuesday, March 28. The keynote address, "Law 101," will be delivered at 9 a.m. by Ed Ciaramboli 1995 Wilkes graduate and partner at Fellerman & Ciaramboli.

Wilkes University co-sponsors first Wyoming Valley Undergraduate History Conference

The Wilkes University History Department is partnering with King's College History Department to present the first Wyoming Valley Undergraduate History Conference. Thirteen students from Wilkes, King's and Marywood University will present their research papers.

Wilkes University Hosts Jan. 20 Lecture About African American Coal Miners in Northeastern Pennsylvania

Wilkes University Hosts Jan. 20 Lecture About African American Coal Miners in Northeastern Pennsylvania


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