Economics and political science double major Daniel Truesdale '15 has been selected to participate in a national ethics symposium to discuss his analysis of incentivizing organ donations.
Three faculty and staff leaders and 21 students spent Spring Break volunteering with the Appalachian Service Project in Chavies, Kentucky. Julia Savich '16 gives a first-person account.
Student teams took over the Sodexo kitchen and faced off in a cooking competition with elements from Food Network programs like "Chopped" and "Iron Chef America."
At the 2015 Council for IWU Women Summit, four scholarships were awarded to female students who exhibit personal and professional passion, communication skills, empowerment and leadership.
Michelle Schoch '15 has been named Illinois Wesleyan's Outstanding Marketing Student of the year by the St. Louis professional chapter of the American Marketing Association.
Illinois Wesleyan's Action Research Center named five students as winners of the Elizabeth Weir Fellowship, rewarding them for projects with community impact.
The Council for IWU Women, created to instill confidence in female students with the help of successful alumnae as mentors and as resources, will host its annual summit Feb. 26-28.
Winners in the annual Best Gateway Essay contest include Faith Borland '17 for "Leave Creation to the Creator: The Corrupt Creator in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein."