Alejandra Salinas '16 said her Illinois Wesleyan classes have prepared her well for her internship with PwC, the world's second largest professional services network and one of the Big Four auditors.
Kyle Nottingham '16 won funding support from the American Chemical Society Division of Organic Chemistry to present his research at the ACS national meeting in Boston.
Music and ecology double major Madz Negro '16 conducted research on the soundscape of coral reefs during her study abroad in Panama.
For economics major Brigitta Jakob '17, the opportunity to meet major figures in the field of international trade is a highlight of her summer internship at the American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce in New York.
Austin Aldag '16 is interning in Washington, D.C. this summer with the Bureau of Economic Analysis, collecting information on foreign investment in United States businesses.
Illinois Wesleyan biology faculty and nearly 40 students were among 3,000 authors of a scientific paper, a team of scholars who sequenced the largest-ever number of bacteriophages.
New IWU students are joining faculty, staff and alumni in reading The Unlikely Disciple: A Sinner's Semester at America's Holiest University for the Summer Reading Program, fitting the year's intellectual theme of "Nation(s) Divided?"
Alanna Hill will be the director of fraternity and sorority life at Illinois Wesleyan beginning July 6.