Treating design, technology, and entrepreneurship equally, a new major equips IWU students with skills to tackle real-world problems and bring new products and services to the marketplace.
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As Mother Nature delivered a picture-perfect day for Commencement 2017, some 400 graduates and their guests honored venerated traditions and toasted new beginnings.
After recovering from a paralyzing fall, Sam Porritt '84 launched a foundation to help others with debilitating conditions and limited health insurance to get the rehavilitation therapy they need.
According to Prof. Mafazy, "You don’t have to be an anthropologist to let your curiosity about different ways of being in the world take you on little journeys of discovery."
The first graduates of IWU's new Contemporary Musicianship major relish how the program has equipped them for multifaceted and independent careers as professional musicians.
In his quarterly letter to our readers, IWU President Eric Jensen reflects on the start of a new academic year and new challenges on the horizon for the liberal arts.
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