Fleres ’16 Prepared for Rigors of Medical School
New graduate Tina Fleres is confident her time at Illinois Wesleyan has prepared her well as she enters the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Medicine in San Antonio.
Phung '17 Selected for Economics Research Fellowship
Hang "Jade" Phung '17 will spend the summer conducting independent research under the guidance of a faculty mentor, supported by a stipend from the Mark A. Israel '91 Endowed Summer Research Fund.
Students Seize May Term's Immersive Experiences
From re-enacting the social upheaval of the upstart suffragist and labor movements in 1913 New York, to seeing firsthand the masterful works of Renaissance Italy, students seized the immersive opportunities of Illinois Wesleyan's month-long May Term.
New Survey Shows Success for Class of 2015
According to a survey of Illinois Wesleyan's Class of 2015, 96% were employed or enrolled in graduate school within 6 months of graduating.
Hennel’s Drive for Success Leads to Wall Street
Economics and financial services major Mike Hennel '16 says skills gained at Illinois Wesleyan helped him turn an internship at Goldman Sachs into a job offer at the firm’s New York office as an investment management analyst.
Shaffer '16 Wins Youth Engaged in Philanthropy Grant
Rachel Schaffer received a grant for her initiative to teach grade schoolers about local food consumption and environmental stewardship.
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Kirsten Weingartner Weiss '90 will perform as part of the Queen City Quartet in a concert sponsored by the Willow Springs Arts Council.
Vietnam veteran Mike Boehm spoke to students in professor Thomas Lutze's history class, The Vietnam Wars, in a campus visit made timely by President Obama's diplomatic trip to Vietnam.
Illinois Wesleyan President Eric Jensen told the local Kiwanis Club the University is looking to expand real-world projects that give students experience helping businesses, government units and nonprofit organizations.
Bob Grimes '78 is retiring after 15 highly successful years as Normal Community High School's softball coach.