Through technology and innovative use of classroom space, State Farm Hall inspires new ways to teach and learn. (Photo illustration by Gary Schwartz)
In East Africa, people with albinism face a bleak fate. But Doug DuBois ’89 is leading efforts that offer real hope for a better life.
Illinois Wesleyan professors publish innovative scholarship and creative work.
A new center helps guide students as they grapple with complex issues of human rights and social justice.
Ethnographer Karla Erickson ’95 shares lessons that workers who care for the dying can teach us.
The legacy of former provost and acting president Wendell Hess is remembered.
Accounting internships are a boon to both employers and students.
Medical student Mustafa Alavi ’11 encourages students across the country to pursue careers in family medicine.
Scott Zeller ’82 is honored for creating new model in emergency psychiatric care.
IWU Magazine staff: Tim Obermiller, Editor; Gary Schwartz, Graphics Editor;
Sarah (Zeller) Julian ’07, Contributing Alumni Update Editor
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