While in Nicaragua as a Peace Corps volunteer and environmental educator, Maggie Byrne '11 completed the Fuego y Agua race for a cause.
Stories of Titans Carrying Our Strategic Initiatives into Action
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.
Students enrolled in May Term this year have the opportunity to attend a variety of co-curricular events encompassing the theme of "Making Human Rights Real."
A tool-lending library founded by Matt LaLonde '14 at the West Bloomington Revitalization Project has received a $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant.
The Illinois Wesleyan football team will travel to Finland in June to face the Finnish national team in Helsinki. The football team has previously visited Germany, Italy, France and Austria.
Millions of people around the globe lack access to clean water, and students in the Perspectives in International Health class are addressing this human rights issue one drop at a time.
Half of Illinois Wesleyan students study abroad, and many are inspired to continue living, studying and working overseas after graduation.
Anna Groves '11, currently pursuing a Ph.D. in plant biology, has received a prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.
Senior Sarah Takushi has been named the 2013 recipient of the Technos International Prize through the Tanaka Ikueikai Educational Trust in Japan.
Seven Illinois Wesleyan nursing majors are participating in a rare opportunity -- spending a semester abroad while still fulfilling their nursing program requirements.