Twenty newly created scholarships were announced and 140 benefactors were celebrated at the annual Benefactors Dinner, where donors are able to meet the students supported by their gifts.
Students in Illinois Wesleyan's School of Nursing will benefit from a designation that gives priority in awarding nursing scholarships from U.S. Army Cadet Command.
The semester got into full swing this month at Illinois Wesleyan, with an invocation to “stand together…amid a world full of beauty, but broken, too. May we grow this new year in wisdom and courage.”
A $2 million renovation has transformed the garden level of Stevenson Hall into health care settings like those you'd find in a major medical center or a primary care setting.
Assistant Professor of Nursing Ann Eckhardt was selected among 40 Under 40 Emerging Nurse Leaders on the basis of professional achievements, leadership and community and association involvement.
Dead Man's Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl, to be staged at the Jerome Mirza Theatre Oct. 4-9, explores the paradox of modern technology's ability to both unite and isolate people in the digital age.
Former CIA intelligence officer David Priess '93 will speak on Oct. 3 about his book The President's Book of Secrets, a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the President's Daily Brief.
Illinois Wesleyan's campus community will wrestle with notions surrounding the intellectual theme "Women's Power, Women's Justice" in classes and in co-curricular programming during the 2016-17 academic year.
Entrepreneurially minded students who have a business idea are invited to submit proposals for the IWU Entrepreneurial Fellowship for a chance to receive a $5,000 grant.
Tim Leiser '16 won a fellowship funded by IWU alumnus Marc Talluto '94 to develop an entrepreneurial idea and prepare to take the idea to market.