Senior business administration major Rachel Rosch '20 is the recipient of the $5,000 IWU Entrepreneurship Fellowship for "Amber's Playground," a luxury pet boarding business she plans to open in northwest suburban Chicago in 2020.
Biochemistry major Ayana Blair '21 and biology major Lilia Garcia '21 recently presented their original undergraduate research at the Louis Stokes Midwest Regional Center of Excellence (LSMRCE) 2019 Annual Conference in Indianapolis.
Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Almudena Carracedo returned to campus in November to present screenings of her two documentaries, Made in L.A. (2007) and The Silence of Others (2018).
Illinois Wesleyan alumnus Dr. William Farrar '71 was recently named CEO of the Ohio State University Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute in Columbus, Ohio.
The seven most significant English maps of the world from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries - known as mappae mundi - are the focus of a new book co-edited by Dan Terkla, Emeritus Professor of English at Illinois Wesleyan.
Illinois Wesleyan political science major and philosophy minor Kayley Rettberg '20 of Carol Stream, Illinois, has been named a 2019 Student Laureate by The Lincoln Academy of Illinois.
McLean County high school graduates admitted to Illinois Wesleyan are now guaranteed a total scholarship package of at least $30,000 per year as recipients of the McLean County Scholarship Guarantee.
Based on "amazing success over the past 15 years," Illinois Wesleyan is ranked No. 4 nationally among "incredible liberal arts colleges on the rise," according to College Gazette.
The Fundamental Principles of Finance, a textbook written by Associate Professor of Finance Robert Irons, which offers a new and innovative approach to financial theory, has been selected for Spanish translation and publication.
Train-O, a dog training robot developed by a team of Illinois Wesleyan students during a 36-hour hackathon, was recently awarded "Best Hardware Hack" at Harvard University's fifth iteration of HackHarvard.