Wesleyan's Joanne Diaz has won the 2014 Brittingham Prize in Poetry for best book-length manuscript of original poetry for her collection, My Favorite Tyrants.
Illinois Wesleyan's Jonathan Green recently published A Conductor's Guide to Selected Baroque Choral-Orchestral Works, the latest in his critically acclaimed series of Conductor's Guides.
Wesleyan's Greg Shaw, author of The Health Care Debate, gives his thoughts about how partisan agendas and consumer-focused attitudes toward health care continue to get in the way of needed reform, four years after so-called "Obamacare" became law.
The American Physical Society has elected Wesleyan's Gabe Spalding to Fellowship in the Society, recognizing his contributions to undergraduate laboratory education.
Wesleyan's Carolyn Nadeau will translate, analyze and prepare recipes from a 1611 cookbook, joining scholars who use food to examine the politics, economics and social issues of a culture.
Nine faculty earned advancement to tenure, and 15 faculty members earned promotions in rank during action by the Board of Trustees on Feb. 11.
When the Beatles burst onto the Ed Sullivan Show and the world stage 50 years ago, it was an event that unified an entire culture, says Wesleyan's Michael Weis.
Retiring History Professor Paul Bushnell worked for change both at Illinois Wesleyan and in the Civil Rights Movement, as featured in the Winter IWU Magazine.
A new study, co-authored by Wesleyan's Edgar Lehr, reveals record biodiversity and new species of amphibians and reptiles in Peru's Manú National Park, as reported by National Geographic.
Wesleyan's Kevin Strandberg adapted older film cameras in, "The Franken-Camera Project: from the sublime to the ridiculous," reported by The Pantagraph. See a video.