Illinois Wesleyan English-literature and German double major Abigail Kauerauf '19, has been named a 2018 Student Laureate by The Lincoln Academy of Illinois.
The League of American Bicyclists has honored Illinois Wesleyan with a Silver Bicycle Friendly University designation in recognition of achievements in promoting bicycling.
The Illinois Wesleyan Athletic Department will unveil a group of newly-designed logos to represent its 22 intercollegiate sports teams.
Professor of Physics Gabe Spalding has been elected to the Board of Directors of the American Association of Physics Teachers, an association dedicated to physics education.
Thirteen Illinois Wesleyan students competed at the Central Region National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) annual competition and conference at SIUE in October.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $4.6 million to a consortium comprised of IWU, ISU and Heartland to fund NexSTEM, a program that fosters STEM leaders.
The Illinois Wesleyan Writing Committee has selected the top essays in the 2017-18 Best Gateway Essay Contest. The winner is Suzanne Zhang '21 for "Critical Thinking and Buddhism."
Learning through immersive internships at 16 sites across Asia, a record 36 IWU Freeman Asia interns shared their life-changing experiences during an October poster presentation.
Eric Nelson, Manager of Grounds Services, shares the history of a bur oak tree which was one of the top-10 senior members of Illinois Wesleyan's urban forest.
Bestselling author and medical historian Lindsey Fitzharris '04 will return to her alma mater to discuss the brutal and bloody world of Victorian surgery on Tuesday, Oct. 30.