Nursing Fellowship to Inspire Student-Faculty Collaboration
Nursing faculty Ann Eckhardt and Amanda Hopkins have a passion for research, and they can further pursue that passion with their students, thanks to funding from the Illinois Board of Higher Education's 2018 Nurse Educator Fellowship.
Fitzharris '04 Earns PEN America Award for "The Butchering Art"
Illinois Wesleyan alum Lindsey Fitzharris '04 has earned the 2018 PEN/E.O. Wilson Prize for Literary Science Writing for her book The Butchering Art.
University, Students Celebrate State Farm Scholarship Support
Many of the 100 students currently attending Illinois Wesleyan University with scholarship support from the State Farm Companies Foundation were able to meet and thank their benefactors on Feb. 14.
Ames Library Additions Highlight Social Justice
Two new additions to The Ames Library collection were unveiled in a dedication Wednesday in conjunction with Black History Month.
IWU Hosts Human Rights Workshop
Illinois Wesleyan University will host its sixth annual Human Rights Undergraduate Research Workshop: Revolution and Human Rights Feb. 23-25, organized by The Center for Human Rights and Social Justice.
Unlicensed Syncopation and Jazz Ensemble to Host Joint Concert
Illinois Wesleyan University's Unlicensed Syncopation and Jazz Ensemble will present a joint concert on Sunday, Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at Westbrook Auditorium in Presser Hall (1210 N. Park St., Bloomington).
American Short Story Author to Present Masterclass and Reading
Danielle Evans, American short story writer and author of the critically acclaimed Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self, will present a masterclass and reading at Illinois Wesleyan University on Monday, Feb. 26.
School of Theatre Arts Presents Rhinoceros
Illinois Wesleyan University's School of Theatre Arts will present Eugène Ionesco's savage satire Rhinoceros Feb. 27 through March 4 at the Jerome Mirza Theatre at McPherson Hall.