Faculty Awarded Humanities Grant to Direct Summer Seminar
Bridging their disciplines of music and language with a project to help others do the same, two Illinois Wesleyan faculty members won a $128,000 grant to direct a summer seminar on medieval lyric poetry in June of 2018.
Spitzner ’03 Awarded for Teaching Excellence
A graduate of IWU’s Elementary Education program, Cara Spitzner ’03 won the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching for her work in the 4th grade at Ogden Avenue School in LaGrange, Ill.
Homecoming to Celebrate Titans Around the World
Illinois Wesleyan will celebrate Homecoming Oct. 13-15, with a theme honoring alumni living and working abroad, international studies majors, study abroad experiences, and Titans' impact internationally.
Entrepreneurship Program Bringing Ideas to Life
Treating design, technology, and entrepreneurship equally, a new major at Illinois Wesleyan is equipping students with skills to tackle real-world problems and bring new products and services to the marketplace.
Illinois Wesleyan Welcomes First Year Humanities Fellows
The inaugural group of First Year Fellows in the Humanities at Illinois Wesleyan are engaging in singular opportunities on campus.
Alumni to be Honored at Homecoming
Illinois Wesleyan will honor Wayne P. Messmer '72 as its 2017 Distinguished Alumnus, Charlene A. Carruthers '07 as the Outstanding Young Alumna and Betty Stoutenborough Ritchie-Birrer '47 as the Loyalty Award Winner during Homecoming activities on Friday, Oct. 13.
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Dr. Jelani Cobb, speaker at Illinois Wesleyan's President's Convocation, discussed the context of President Trump's decision to end DACA, a program protecting young immigrants from deportation.
Speaker Jelani Cobb encouraged Illinois Wesleyan students to embrace diversity as he kicked off IWU's fall semester at its annual President's Convocation.