Chicago attorney and IWU alum Sara Ghadiri '10 expanded protections for survivors of domestic abuse and stalking by revising current laws surrounding legal name changes.
Illinois Wesleyan's chapter of Acacia has received the fraternity's biennial Excellence in Human Service Planning award, in recognition of its many on-campus philanthropy events.
IWU alum Mujtaba Ali Isani '11 delves into Muslim attitudes toward the legitimacy of global government in his book Muslim Public Opinion Toward the International Order.
With over half of IWU students travelling abroad to study, work or conduct research, the International Office has streamlined the process of finding and applying for opportunities.
Dr. Steve Doran '79, Debo Olaosebikan '06, and John and Pat (Lashbrook) Jordan ('57 and '59, respectively), will be recognized at the annual Alumni Awards Reception on Friday, Oct. 5.
Susan Okuno-Jones '86 will be honored with the Illinois Wesleyan School of Nursing's Distinguished Alumna Award for Excellence in Nursing during Homecoming 2018 festivities.
From a packed stadium in California to a research institute in the Philippines, IWU students spent the summer gaining hands-on experience by interning at diverse places.
Illinois Wesleyan is joining with Tiny Earth Network to prepare student researchers to address the modern-day public health crisis of antibiotic resistance.
Professor and Director of Greek and Roman Studies Nancy Sultan was one of 16 educators nationwide who attended Yale University's NEH Summer Seminar.
Originally an education major who graduated with a degree in sociology, Shante Williams '18 said her time at IWU has come full circle, as she will be spending 27 months teaching in Zambia as a member of the Peace Corps.