The inaugural group of First Year Fellows in the Humanities at Illinois Wesleyan are engaging in singular opportunities on campus.
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.
Illinois Wesleyan's School of Nursing will honor Cheryl Reinking '87 with its Distinguished Alumna Award for Excellence in Nursing during Homecoming events on Saturday, Oct. 14.
Illinois Wesleyan will celebrate the extended Titan family as parents, brothers, sisters, and other family members are invited to visit their students and enjoy a taste of campus life, Sept. 22-24.
Described as the embodiment of the Illinois Wesleyan mission, Associate Dean of Students Darcy Greder won the University's top honor for a staff member whose loyalty, enthusiasm and outstanding contributions have provided an invaluable service.
Associate Professor of Physics Thushara Perera describes the experience of the total solar eclipse on a trip to Carbondale that included physics major Krystyna Lopez (see her photo at left).
Illinois Wesleyan welcomed approximately 420 new students in one of its most diverse entering classes for a week of Turning Titan orientation activities beginning Aug. 22.
Exhibitions by a pair of collaborating artists will be on display in the Merwin Gallery and a year-in-Louisville sketchbook project will be in the Wakeley Gallery for one month, beginning Sept. 5.
Award-winning author Jelani Cobb will speak on "The Half-Life of Freedom: Race and Justice in America Today" at Illinois Wesleyan's President's Convocation on Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Selected Illinois Wesleyan students completed a Summer Enrichment Program this summer, remaining on campus for workshops, speakers, service projects, and an internship at a local business or non-profit organization.