Students Contribute in Effort to End Neglected Tropical Diseases
Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) impact 1.5 billion people around the world, and Illinois Wesleyan students in a global health course are doing their part put an end to NTDs.
MALANA Graduating Seniors Honored at Multicultural Graduation
Forty-three graduating seniors participated in Multicultural Graduation on April 15, hosted by the Illinois Wesleyan Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Students Explore Career Opportunities in NYC
When it comes to job searching, it is not always about what you know, but who you know. During the Hart Career Center's Career Immersion Excursion, 21 students met and networked with alumni living and working in New York City.
First-Year Humanities Fellows Explore the Culture of Chicago
Illinois Wesleyan's inaugural group of First-Year Humanities Fellows (FYHF) explored the real-world interdisciplinary connections among fields in the humanities during a five-day cultural immersion experience in Chicago.
IWU Students Spring Into Action With Habitat for Humanity
While spring break might conjure up images of sunny beaches and afternoon naps, 18 Illinois Wesleyan students envisioned picking up their power tools and paint brushes as volunteers for the Habitat for Humanity Collegiate Build.
Bouras '18 Named Technos Award Winner
Zoe Bouras '18 has been awarded the 2018 Technos International Prize, an annual award recognizing a student who has excelled academically and has contributed to broadening international awareness and understanding.
Titans in the News
In bringing a guest artist to perform with the IWU Jazz Ensemble, Director of Jazz Glenn Wilson said he hopes some of John D'earth joy and passion for the music will rub off on his students.
Theatre alum and prolific character actor Kevin Dunn '77 returned to campus to visit his former mentor, John Ficca, and to see the latest stage production.
In addressing the annual Honors Convocation, 2018 Kemp Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence winner Vicki Folse '86 said she now considers herself fortunate to have known poverty growing up, because it provided the catalyst to fulfill her goal of a better life.
University Librarian Karen Schmidt discussed how The Ames Library, like other academic libraries, has adapted to fit changing needs, yet "it's still about critical thinking, finding good resources and helping students become part of the scholarly conversation."