IWU Web Content Specialist Kristen Buhrmann and Instructional Professor and General Biology Lab Coordinator Libby Haywood were presented with "Women of Distinction" awards by YWCA McLean...
After rising through the ranks at the FBI, then serving as a Fortune 500 executive until his retirement last year, Michael Mason ’80 is pitching in to combat a school bus driver shortage in his home community in Virginia.
Frank Vlastnik ’87 is co-author of a new showcase of the life and work of the renowned designer to the stars, The Art of Bob Mackie, which includes a foreword by Carol Burnett and an afterword by Cher.
A sense of community and belonging can be both comforting and challenging to find as a first-year student on a college campus.
An exhibit by local artists responding to the stories of children held at U.S. immigration facilities, Boundaries, is on display in the Merwin Gallery, and faculty artwork is on view in the Wakeley Gallery at the Ames School of Art.
In researching her 2021 Eckley Fellowship Project, “_Plath: Confronting the Tone Policing of Sylvia Plath,” Katie Fata ’22 found the aesthetic category of "zany" allows for nuance in describing Plath's themes of personal failures.
Inspired by her mother, Isabel Sperry ’22 used ceramic sculpting and sociological theory to engage in her project “Challenging...
Junior biology major and psychology minor Anjali Patel ’23 spent her summer researching blood vessel structures as part of her 2021 Eckley Fellowship project, “Investigating the Development of the Vascular System in Bird Eyes.”
With a passion to aid the search for a cure for Alzheimer's, Joey Kiper ’22 conducted his summer research project, “Stimulating Membrane Repair in Neuroblastoma Cells Illinois Wesleyan continued its rich tradition of Academic All-America success with a school-record number of selections during the 2020-21 academic year.
Illinois Wesleyan continued its rich tradition of Academic All-America success with a school-record number of selections during the 2020-21 academic year.