With a stipend to support her summer research, English-Literature and German double major Abigail Kauerauf ’19 is taking an analytical look at how undergraduate creative arts journals assess the poems that they publish.
The Illinois Wesleyan School of Nursing and the Department of Biology have earned a $150,000 grant to develop a course, and internship, in gerontology and end-of-life care.
Maisy Bowden '18 is the recipient of a $5,000 fellowship award to support her graduate-level studies focused on the evolutionary precursors of language in nonhuman primates.
Professor of Biology Edgar Lehr has earned a silver medal from the Natural History Museum in recognition of his long-term collaboration with - and support of - the institution.
Grants earned by Illinois Wesleyan Associate Professor of Mathematics Andrew Shallue will enable undergraduate students to present at a biannual math symposium.
Assistant Professor of Sociology Todd Nicholas Fuist offers perspective on the perceived divide between religious conservatives and secular liberals in his co-edited book.
Illinois Wesleyan students are immersing themselves in the lives and cultures of people halfway across the world this summer as Freeman Asia interns.
Illinois Wesleyan first-year students who participate in SEA-PHAGES exemplify the program's ability to ready students for successful careers in the sciences.
In keeping with the increasingly diverse academic interests of students, Illinois Wesleyan will offer four new majors and seven new minors, in addition to more than 80 current majors, minors and programs.
Whether delving into the minds of primates in Gibraltar or gladiators from the Roman Empire, students broadened their own perspectives by participating in one of 70 May Term courses.