With jobs or graduate school already secured, Leo Martinez '15 and other seniors look back at their four years at Illinois Wesleyan and reveal what's up next as they graduate.
Opportunities for students to engage in summer research through scholarships and fellowships at IWU lead to new personal discoveries -- and often, invitations to present their work at conferences across the country.
Students raised funds to help fight malaria in sub-Saharan Africa -- enough to provide 100 nets for a community of 200 people -- by organizing a pick-up basketball tournament, a bake sale and other activities.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Margaret McCarter '15 a three-year Graduate Research Fellowship -- among the most competitive graduate fellowships nationwide.
Kemi Adeleye ’15 won the Technos International Prize, recognizing her academic excellence and commitment to international awareness and understanding.
This summer 12 Illinois Wesleyan students will focus on professional and personal growth as part of the Summer Enrichment Program.
Five students have been named Eckley Scholars and will receive stipends to stay on campus this summer to pursue independent projects with a faculty mentor.
Students, faculty, staff and community partners gathered to celebrate those who made substantial contributions to community service at a recent Civic Engagement Banquet.