A three-year National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship has been awarded to Illinois Wesleyan University biology alum Sydney Muchnik '16, who is now pursuing a master's degree at Yale University.
The Illinois Arts Council Agency (IACA) program recently awarded Illinois Wesleyan with an $8,800 grant for the School of Music and a $2,200 grant for the School of Art, to support IWU arts programs that are serving the public.
Illinois Wesleyan will launch a national search for a new director of its School of Music, as Mario Pelusi, director for 20 years, steps down to fully focus on his passions for composing music and teaching.
The Center for Natural Science Learning and Research (CNS) atrium has been named The Wilson Atrium in honor of former Illinois Wesleyan President Richard F. Wilson and his wife, former First Lady, Patricia L. Wilson.
Illinois Wesleyan University celebrated more than 400 graduating members of the Class of 2018 during Commencement exercises on Sunday, May 6 in the Shirk Activity Center.
Given the possibility for severe weather, Commencement celebrating the Class of 2018 on Sunday, May 6, will be held indoors at the Shirk Activity Center.
Senior international business major Sean O'Carroll '18 has been chosen to represent Illinois Wesleyan and the United States as a J. William Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia next year.
Kirk Schroeder '84, the co-founder of two life science companies, will deliver Illinois Wesleyan's Commencement address on Sunday, May 6.
Forty-three graduating seniors participated in Multicultural Graduation on April 15, hosted by the Illinois Wesleyan Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
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.