Faculty News

  • Chapman Named 2016 Dougan Award Honoree

    Chapman Named 2016 Dougan Award Honoree

    Associate Professor of English Wes Chapman received the 2016 James D. Dougan Award for Contributions to Faculty Governance.

  • Plath Edits Book Analyzing Casablanca

    Plath Edits Book Analyzing Casablanca

    James Plath, R. Forrest Colwell Endowed Chair of English at Illinois Wesleyan University, has edited the first volume in the new Critical Insights series from Salem Press, Critical Insights Film: Casablanca.

  • Gearhart Named Kemp Teaching Award Winner

    Gearhart Named Kemp Teaching Award Winner

    Rebecca Gearhart was named the 2017 recipient of the Kemp Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence at Honors Convocation, where 2016 winner Linda French discussed “The Long and Winding Trail” of her career.

  • Students Elect Professor, Staffer, Advisor of the Year

    Students Elect Professor, Staffer, Advisor of the Year

    The Illinois Wesleyan student body honored faculty member Scott Sheridan, staff member Robyn Walter, and Provost Jonathan Green as Advisor of the Year. 

  • Faculty Promotions, Tenure Announced

    Faculty Promotions, Tenure Announced

    Faculty members Frank Boyd, Diego Mendez-Carbajo, Abigail Jahiel, Scott Sheridan, Kevin Sullivan, and Jason Themanson were promoted to full professors and Mignon Montpetit Jolly was awarded a promotion and tenure.

  • Burke's Work Lauded by Professional Sociology Society

    Burke's Work Lauded by Professional Sociology Society

    The Midwest Sociological Society will present its biennial Early Career Scholarship Award to Associate Professor of Sociology Meghan Burke.

  • Sheridan Translates Italian Bestseller

    Sheridan Translates Italian Bestseller

    Language professor Scott Sheridan recently translated The Guardians of History by Italian author Elisabetta Cametti, his second translation of a novel for AmazonCrossing.

  • Munro Part of NSF-Funded Team Studying Food Security in Africa

    Munro Part of NSF-Funded Team Studying Food Security in Africa

    The National Science Foundation has awarded a $480,000 grant to a team of five researchers including Wesleyan's William Munro, also providing support for the active participation of undergraduate students.

  • Tiede Pens Book on Founding of AAUP

    Tiede Pens Book on Founding of AAUP

    In his book, University Reform, Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede examines the history of defending academic freedom - a topic that remains relevant today.

  • Hopkins Receives 40 Under 40 Emerging Nurse Leader Award

    Hopkins Receives 40 Under 40 Emerging Nurse Leader Award

    Wesleyan's Amanda Hopkins is among the first-ever recipients of the 40 Under 40 Awards, recognizing service and dedication to the population, the nursing profession, and leadership promise for the advancement of nursing in Illinois.