Laughlin '14 Selected as NSF Scholar
Thomas John Laughlin has been selected as a 2013 National Science Foundation Scholar, and will attend the 17th Annual Green Chemistry and Green Engineering Conference.
Fairgrieve '12 Awarded Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship
Amy Fairgrieve '12 has been awarded a $5,000 Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship to complete a doctorate program at the University of Minnesota, one of 51 students awarded this fellowship nationally.
Students Named Eckley Scholars
Five Illinois Wesleyan students will pursue summer research and creative activity, supported by the Robert S. and Nell B. Eckley Summer Scholars and Artists Program.
Football Team Shuts out Finland
The Titans shut out the Finland National Team, 33-0, in an exhibition game on June 2 at Sonera Stadium in Helsinki, Finland.
• Bridget Wall '08 won third place for her work, "Leveraging Defective DNA Repair in Plasmodium falciparum to Develop a Mutator Strain," in the graduate student category at the annual poster session of the Center for Environmental Health Sciences (CEHS) at MIT.
• Adjunct Professor of Chemistry James E. House, with Andrew L. Sonnenberger '13, published "A Kinetic Study of the Dehydration of Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate" in The Chemical Educator, 2013, Vol. 18, pp. 147-151.
• Thomas Smith '92, a finance professor with the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, was awarded the William H. Fox Crystal Apple Award for Emerging Excellence at the University's 14th annual Crystal Apple awards ceremony. Students nominated recipients and organized the event.
• Matt Raftery '95 directs and choreographs the production of the musical comedy, "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change," at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, running through Aug. 11.
• Sung Jin Hong '97 conducted One World Symphony's season finale concerts in New York City to critical acclaim. Read the reviews.
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Saturday, June 15
• Merwin and Wakeley Galleries, Joyce Eichhorn Ames School of Art -- Art Exhibit -- The exhibit "Ground," featuring work by artists Robert Fifield, Claire Hedden and Doug Johnson, will be on display through Aug. 10. Summer gallery hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 12-3 p.m.
Saturday, June 22
• Experience IWU (Parent Orientation)
• 1-3 p.m., Merwin and Wakeley Galleries, Joyce Eichhorn Ames School of Art -- Opening Reception and Gallery Talk for Art Exhibit -- The artists will present a gallery talk at 1:15 p.m.
Sunday, June 23
• 3:30 p.m., Shirk Center -- 22nd Annual Minority Academic Achievement Recognition Ceremony -- Illinois Wesleyan University and the Neighbor-To-Neighbor Activity Club will co-host an event to recognize Bloomington-Normal's minority youth who have displayed outstanding academic achievement.
• 7:30 p.m., Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall -- Cello Camp Faculty Concert -- The first in a series of concerts will be offered as part of the Summer Music Program Cello Camp.
Find more events on the Campus Calendar.
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Titans In The News
(Kankakee) Daily Journal
Kankakee Community College Professor Kristine Condon '84 was selected for the Supreme Court Summer Institute. More from KCC.
Professor Paul Bushnell's 47-year career at Illinois Wesleyan is "one for the history books."
The Hollywood Reporter
DreamWorks Animation chief creative officer Bill Damaschke '85 and CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg will give the opening address at the Society of Animation Studies' Redefining Animation conference.
Students re-enacted a Roman festival as part of their May Term course, Greek and Roman Comedy.
Chronicle of Higher Education
Professor of Computer Science Hans-Joerg Tiede discussed American Association of University Professors (AAUP) guidance for direct communication between college governing boards and faculty. Tiede headed the AAUP subcommittee that prepared the statement, also reported by Inside Higher Ed.
Crain's Chicago Business
After opening popular restaurants in Chicago, Bottleneck Management -- a partnership of three IWU alumni -- is expanding outside the city.
The (Muncie, Ind.) Star Press
Louise (Wichmann) Dennin '51 is retiring from the center where she has worked for 18 years, helping provide clothing for people in need.
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