The Tea Party movement is more complex -- and in some ways more mainstream -- than is reflected in popular depictions, according to research published in a new book by Wesleyan's Meghan Burke.
Wesleyan's Amanda Hopkins has been awarded the 2015 Nurse Educator Fellowship from the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
The 2015 edition of the American Association of University Professors' Policy Documents and Reports, edited by Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede, has been published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
Creation of the first acoustic tractor beam by a team including Illinois Wesleyan's Gabriel Spalding and alumnus Patrick Dahl '12 has been included in the top 10 breakthroughs in physics in 2014, as judged by Physics World magazine.
Professor of Sociology Teodora O. Amoloza received an alumni award for outstanding performance from the University of the Philippines College of Agriculture.
With grant funding, Wesleyan's Adriana Ponce brought Gamelan instruments to campus to expose students to non-Western musical traditions.
Supported by a three-year grant, physicist Bruno deHarak and 12 student research assistants will experiment with laser-scattered electrons.
Wesleyan's Sonja Fritzsche has published a book examining world science fiction -- from the dinosaur myth that became Godzilla to Brazilian sci-fi comedy.
Wesleyan's Rebecca Roesner has been selected as this year's recipient of Iota Sigma Pi's Centennial Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
Four Illinois Wesleyan faculty members were invested as new endowed professors at Commencement: David Bollivar, Vickie Folse, Rob Kearney and Gabe Spalding.