To honor the 100 Illinois Wesleyan students who received scholarships this year as State Farm Scholars, company representatives came to campus to meet with many of the recipients.
New paid internships at local nonprofits will be available to Illinois Wesleyan students, thanks to a $10,000 grant from the Mitsubishi Motors USA Foundation.
Each year alumnae return to campus to offer their talents and resources to support the personal and professional development of the women of IWU.
Students in two campus student organizations attended recent conferences where they rubbed shoulders with the leading minds in finance and marketing.
A politician that Melissa Guzman '16 interviewed for her research about Latino elected officials later invited her to attend the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute Conference.
An acrylic painting entitled "Self-Portrait" by Kate Halford '19 is the winner of two awards, including the President's Award, in the annual Juried Student Art Exhibition.
Cassidy Tarpey '16 is Illinois Wesleyan's Outstanding Marketing Student, and will be honored Feb. 19 by the St. Louis chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA).
Lunjun (Simon) Liu '17 presented his research on cosmic dust at a highly selective undergraduate research conference at Harvard University.