From great literature to multifaith traditions to creative writing as therapy, four students pondered big ideas as recipients of student research awards through a Re-Centering the Humanities grant.
Illinois Wesleyan's Center for Human Rights and Social Justice provides summer opportunities for students to actively support human rights efforts around the world.
Christy Cole ’16, a philosophy major, has organized a student group on campus for first-generation college students like herself.
Five students who were named the 2014 Eckley Summer Scholars and Artists are pursuing independent research on topics that inspired their passion.
Alan Russian '15 is spending his summer in Los Angeles in a highly coveted internship with Google.
Thanks to networking with other alumni, several Illinois Wesleyan graduates have found positions through connections at The Horton Group in the Chicago area.
Samantha Stevens '16 placed second in a recent tenor trombone soloist competition at the International Women's Brass Conference at Northern Kentucky University.
Four students have been awarded Mellon Humanities Scholarships to conduct research with faculty members over the summer.