Students Share Study Abroad Experiences Through Photo Contest
Illinois Wesleyan's study abroad photo contest offers students returning from abroad a chance to visually share their life-altering experiences.
Interns Start Work During Busy Accounting Season
Illinois Wesleyan accounting majors have stepped into the work force as paid interns with public accounting firms this semester -- and will stay on track to finish their coursework in four years.
MLK Teach-In to Explore Social Justice and Women's Power
Barbara Smith, who has sparked national dialogue on the intersections of race, class, sexuality and gender, will speak at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Teach-In.
Entrepreneurial Fellowship Provides "Sweet" Opportunity
Business administration major Cameron Loyet '18 has been awarded the IWU Entrepreneurial Fellowship to launch a company marketing honey-based gourmet chocolate bars.
Art Exhibits to Feature Works By Liebert, Cain
The Merwin and Wakeley Galleries will feature the work of artist George Liebert and painter and printmaker Eric Cain, Jan. 19-Feb. 23.
IWU Language School for Kids
Registration is open for the Winter Session, which runs on Saturdays from Jan. 14-March 4, promoting early second language acquisition and teaching about rich cultural traditions.
Kent Cook to Present Faculty Recital
Professor of Piano Kent Cook will perform music from Germany and Spain, including a Joaquín Turina sonata that is largely unknown in the United States.
Prospective students are invited to join our Titan family for a two-day visit -- enjoy lunch and dinner on campus, attend a class, meet with faculty, interact with current students, and spend the night on campus with a student host.