Cathy Geehan '14 and Amanda Watts '14 completed summer internships at prestigious international organizations through the University's newly established Center for Human Rights and Social Justice.
Stories of Titans Carrying Our Strategic Initiatives into Action
Warren St. John, journalist and acclaimed author of the summer reading selection Outcasts United, will speak at President's Convocation on Sept. 4.
From remote mountaintops -- to job interviews -- to the world's busiest pedestrian intersection in Tokyo, Titans shared the most unexpected places they've found each other.
Twelve students participated in the Summer Enrichment Program, a rigorous 10-week program that focuses on their professional, academic and personal growth.
This year IWU is set to welcome about 50 new international students, bringing total enrollment to more than 100 international students from 21 countries.
A west side neighborhood will see a wave of revitalization, thanks to a $1.5 million grant to a new community group whose partners include Illinois Wesleyan's Action Research Center.
A public awareness campaign designed and implemented by graphic design students at Illinois Wesleyan University has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Design for Good project.
This summer the Illinois Wesleyan community is reading Warren St. John's Outcasts United, which inspires questions about social justice, diversity and globalization.
While in Nicaragua as a Peace Corps volunteer and environmental educator, Maggie Byrne '11 completed the Fuego y Agua race for a cause.
An interactive Tunnel of Oppression -- including a Hall of Enlightenment -- will incorporate student work, seeking to raise awareness about social bias and what individuals can do to create change.