Dr. Stephanie A. Whyte, a 1991 Illinois Wesleyan graduate, will present the 2021 Founders' Day Convocation keynote address titled "COVID-19: The great disruptor," on Wednesday, Jan. 20.
Junior chemistry major Allison Schrader '22 has been selected from a competitive pool of candidates from across the country to receive the Ciba Travel Award in Green Chemistry.
Illinois Wesleyan Associate Professor of Psychology Ellen Furlong has fostered a new generation of researchers passionate about dog cognition.
Kate Tombaugh, a 2007 graduate of Illinois Wesleyan, recently won the 10th annual Mildred C. Miller International Vocal Competition in an all-mezzo-soprano edition that began with 155 applicants and 13 finalists.
As the results of late-stage clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine are announced, Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research Group director Dr. Gregory Poland '77 is providing his expert analysis.
This Thanksgiving, holiday meals will be provided to roughly 2,500 McLean County families in need thanks in part to the hard work and generous spirit of Illinois Wesleyan's Profession of Social Work class.
Bloomington, home to Illinois Wesleyan, has been named the "happiest city" in the U.S., according to Zippia's 2020 list of the 10 "Happiest Cities" in the country.
Four new members -- Jack Dickens '86, Ron Greene, Hussain Hasan '91 and Kimberly Sterling '92 -- have been named to the Illinois Wesleyan University Board of Trustees.
Medical historian, bestselling author, and now, television host Lindsey Fitzharris '04 re-examines some of history's most mysterious deaths in The Curious Life and Death Of..., a new Smithsonian Channel series.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, student-faculty research collaboration continues at Illinois Wesleyan, as recognized and celebrated by the Undergraduate Research Advisory Committee.