Eckley Scholar Explores Potential Bias Behind Creative Arts Journals
Abigail Kauerauf '19 is taking an analytical look at whether or not creative arts journals represent the student body by promoting certain genres, topics and values.
Course in Gerontology and Palliative Care Developed with $150,000 Grant
The Illinois Wesleyan School of Nursing and the Department of Biology have earned a $150,000 grant to develop a course, and internship, in gerontology and end-of-life care.
Bowden '18 Awarded Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship
Maisy Bowden '18 is the recipient of a $5,000 fellowship award to support her graduate-level studies focused on the evolutionary precursors of language in nonhuman primates.
Lehr Honored for Two Decades of Research in Peru
Professor of Biology Edgar Lehr has earned a silver medal from the Natural History Museum in recognition of his long-term collaboration with - and support of - the institution.
Summer Camps Offered at Illinois Wesleyan
Illinois Wesleyan will continue its tradition of offering summer camps for youth, including the Summer Music Composition Institute/Camp, the Chamber Music Festival & Cello Camp Spanish Immersion Summer Saturday School, and many Titan Athletic Camps.