Thanks to a leadership gift by nursing professor Carolyn Jarvis and support from the entire faculty and staff of the School of Nursing, a $2.2 million Redesigning the Future campaign will be used to reconfigure classrooms and laboratory spaces.
Becky Altic, who works in the School of Nursing's new simulation center, received designation as a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator through the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
A new book by alumnus Eric Gardner '89, Black Print Unbound: The Christian Recorder, African American Literature, and Periodical Culture, explores the lives of subscribers to the country's oldest black periodical.
An upcoming art exhibit serves as the centerpiece of an interdisciplinary effort to better understand the impact of Alzheimer’s, with faculty in nursing, psychology, philosophy, art and poetry presenting original works, interpretation and scholarship.
Nearly 200 scholarship benefactors and their student recipients came together at the 19th annual Scholarship Benefactors Dinner to celebrate the establishment of 24 new named scholarships.
Senior biology majors Rachel Ende and Blake Beehler received Criley Student Research Endowment awards, allowing them to conduct summer research under a faculty mentor.
Bianca Spratt '11 returned to campus to speak to students about making the most of the multitude of opportunities at Illinois Wesleyan.
With performances at McPherson through Oct. 11, Blown Youth offers a twist on Shakespeare's Hamlet by putting a woman at the center.
In his book, University Reform, Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede examines the history of defending academic freedom - a topic that remains relevant today.