From Our Archives
After Damar Hamlin, the Buffalo Bills’ 24-year-old safety, suffered sudden cardiac arrest in the middle of a livebroadcast NFL football game, IWU alum Tim Pritts ’91 was in the operating room where Hamlin's life was saved.
President Georgia Nugent is traveling the country to meet alums in 2023. She gave the IWU Magazine an opportunity to learn how her life story made her into the leader in higher education that she is today.
Shana (Bushyhead) Condill ’99, as the director of the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, is giving new voice to a cultural conversation she first entered as a student at Illinois Wesleyan.
Brenda Lessen Knoll ’89 was completing her doctorate when she developed a groundbreaking new physical therapy. Now it's implemented around the world to help premature infants grow using only a caregiver's hands.
Dr. Ann Stroink ’76, winner of the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award, has mastered one of medicine's most demanding fields — neurosurgery. She has saved lives and trained a new generation of surgeons, for whom she advocates as a leader in national organizations.