Burke Tackles Modern Racism in Book
Fighting against racism requires more than simply ignoring race, as Associate Professor and Chair of Sociology and Anthropology Meghan Burke explores in her book Colorblind Racism.
Gilman Scholarship Supports Study Abroad Opportunities
The U.S. Department of State's Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program has awarded a study abroad scholarship to nursing major Ely Cortez '21 to study in Spain.
Student Writers Inspired by Stories of Local Veterans
To craft a work of fiction requires an in-depth understanding of others' realities, as Illinois Wesleyan students learned during a unique partnership with local veterans.
Three Alumni Picked for Gov.-Elect Transition Committees
The Governor-elect is drawing upon expertise of three IWU alumni by selecting Elizabeth Robb '78, Juan Salgado '91 and Michael Tipsord '81 to serve as transition committee members.
MLK Teach-In to Focus on Gender and Social Justice
"Gender and social justice" is this year's theme for Illinois Wesleyan's annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Teach-In on Monday, Jan. 21 in the Hansen Student Center.
"Extinguishing the Fire" and "Posters on Parade" to Be Displayed at School of Art
Illinois Wesleyan's School of Art opens its first exhibitions of 2019 with the installation Extinguishing the Fire by Tom Rice and Posters on Parade by Delicious Design League.
Ames Library to Feature Exhibit on Native People's Health and Culture
The winner of a National Library of Medicine and American Library Association competition, IWU will host "Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness."
Faculty to Present "Lunch and Learn" Talks
IWU faculty members Ray Wilson, Abigail Kerr and Tyler Schwend will host community presentations throughout the spring semester, discussing topics in their areas of study.