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U.S. News & World Report has published its “Best Jobs” list for 2017. And Wingate University provides a pathway to nine of the top 10 jobs and nearly half of the “Best 50” jobs. Physician Assistant is No. 3 on the list, and Wingate University offers a master’s degree in physician assistant studies on […]
Wingate University played a big role in Henderson County’s first-ever community-wide New Year’s Eve celebration. The University co-sponsored the free event on Dec. 31, which featured a giant apple being raised to the Henderson County Historic Courthouse balcony. Wingate University Regional Dean Kurt Wargo and his wife, Nichole, were chosen as the official New Year’s […]
Today’s Fall Commencement marked several firsts for Wingate University. It was the first time the University held a midyear ceremony to award diplomas to students from all programs who completed their coursework in December. And the first students to attend Wingate’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) program were among those receiving degrees. The University decided […]
A month before starting as president of Lenoir Community College in Kinston, North Carolina, Dr. Rusty Hunt re-examined a paper he wrote for a class in Wingate University’s Community College Executive Leadership (CCEL) doctoral program. “I looked back to (a) make sure I didn’t forget anything and (b) to have a good guidepost, for when […]
A roadside bomb exploded north of Baghdad on Sept. 23, 2005, lacerating Paul Parker’s left arm and changing his life in two notable ways. A member of the Army National Guard, Parker was awarded a Purple Heart for being wounded in combat. And, inspired by physical therapists at a military hospital, he chose a different […]
His classmates have nicknamed him “I was there.” And for good reason. Leland Stephens has been alive since Hoover was president. On Dec. 17, Stephens will graduate with a bachelor’s degree from Wingate University. The Monroe resident is the oldest person to graduate from Wingate and, at age 86, is one of the oldest people […]
Wingate students will be among the first to take advantage of the new American Airlines direct flight from Charlotte to Havana. On Jan. 5, Dr. Steven Hyland will lead 19 juniors on the first W’International study-abroad program to Cuba. His seminar “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, But It Will Be Mediated: Politics of Public […]
Kansas City, Mo. – For the first time in school history, a Wingate University team is an NCAA national champion. Top-ranked Wingate got a pair of goals from All-American Jon Ander Saturday afternoon en route to a 2-0 victory over fourth-ranked University of Charleston (W.Va.) in the NCAA Division II men’s soccer national title match. Wingate ends […]
Wingate University will hold its first-ever Fall Commencement on Dec. 17, 2016. More than 200 students will be awarded degrees during the ceremony at Austin Auditorium. The graduates come from each of Wingate’s three campuses. The keynote speaker will be President Emeritus Jerry McGee, who retired in 2015 after leading Wingate University for 23 years. Wingate decided to […]
Before noon on Saturday of Wingate University’s Homecoming weekend, Judy DeAngelo’s sheep are sporting bright blue splotches down their backs, compliments of a group of students and two professors. The spots have nothing to do with Bulldog pride, although DeAngelo is a growing fan of the university’s pre-vet program, which is providing occasional labor on […]