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Campus Weekly

Oct. 10, 2016

Look for the next edition Tuesday, Oct. 18 after Fall Break

News for and about the Illinois Wesleyan community

Campus News
KerryScholarships Support Students' Study Abroad
Thanks to a special scholarship fund at Illinois Wesleyan established by Betty Ritchie-Birrer '47, students can fulfill their dreams of studying abroad.
Paul and WenonaHomecoming Speakers on Video
If you missed it during our Homecoming of Heroes, we honored Alumni Award winners, two of whom presented "Back to College Classes," and a panel discussed the impact of the 1966 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. visit to Illinois Wesleyan's campus and the events that led up to his visit.
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Titan Athletics
  • TommyThe women's golf team earned its second-straight College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin women's golf title and 13th in program history on Saturday, Oct. 8 at Naperbrook Golf Course in Plainfield, Ill.
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Titans In The News
Santa Fe (N.M.) Reporter
 
With Vaughn Irving '06 as artistic director, the Santa Fe Playhouse seems on track for one of its best years yet.
 
The Pantagraph
 
Professor emerita Donna Hartweg and Darrell Hartweg have been named 2016 Philanthropists of the Year by the Illinois Prairie Community Foundation.
 
The Pantagraph
 

Broadcaster Denny Matthews '66 was honored as Illinois Wesleyan's Distinguished Alumnus during Homecoming, where he was also reunited with members of the undefeated 1965 Titan football team.

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Kudos
  • At the annual meeting of the Reichert Foundation in Buffalo, N.Y., B. Charles and Joyce Eichhorn Ames Professor of Physics Gabe Spalding was re-elected as vice president of an ambitious non-profit foundation working to establish programs and grants for hands-on instructional laboratories in physics, beyond the first year of university.
    Additionally, Spalding:
    • Gave an invited talk at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, entitled, "A few considerations for faster-than-light and ghost imaging.” The talk was sponsored by LOCI, an advanced imaging center at UW-Madison.
    • Co-authored a research article that has been the most-read article in the American Journal of Physics for two consecutive months (so far).
    • Co-authored a new publication, "Ghost Imaging," Optics & Photonics News 27 (10) 38-45 (2016).

  • Music by alumni composers Eric Malmquist '07 and Brian Baxter '07 was included in the Ear Taxi music festival in Chicago, Oct. 5-10.

  • Charles "Voltaire" Prokopp '72 will star in Karloff, a one-man show about horror movie legend Boris Karloff, at APCOT Theater in Tucson, Ariz., through Oct. 30.
 
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In recent posts, Marsha Guenzler-Stevens ’78 was surprised with the dedication and naming of a new room in the Adele Stamp Student Union at the University of Maryland in her honor.

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Alumni Events

Denver Connection
Date: Oct. 13
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Join fellow alumni, friends and family to meet President Eric Jensen.

 

Dallas Connection
Date: Oct. 16, 2016
Time: 3-5 p.m.
Join fellow alumni, friends and family to meet President Eric Jensen and Elizabeth Jensen. Graciously hosted by Mr. John Schilsky ’95 and Dr. Angela Schilsky in Westlake, Texas.

Upcoming
Monday, Oct. 10

Faculty Open House – Prospective students and families are invited to visit campus and discover why Illinois Wesleyan is one of the nation's top liberal arts universities.  

 

12 p.m., Davidson Room, Memorial Center – Non-Org: The Experience of Today's IWU Women – The University Council on Diversity, including co-chair and Dean of Students Karla Carney-Hall and Michael Thompson, associate vice president for institutional research, planning and evaluation and chair of the Campus Climate Assessment Committee, will present a Women’s Power, Women’s Justice theme event.


4 p.m., Davidson Room, Memorial Center – Faculty Meeting

 

Tuesday, Oct. 11


4 p.m., Auditorium, Welcome Center – Freeman Internships in Asia Information Session

Wednesday, Oct. 12

12 p.m., E103, CNS – Academic Skills Series: Understanding Faculty Expectations – Free Papa John's pizza provided for lunch.


4 p.m., Beadles-Morse Courts – Women's Tennis vs. Millikin University


7 p.m., Neis Field – Women's Soccer vs. Concordia University Chicago

Friday, Oct. 14

Fall Break Day – No Classes

 

Alternative Fall Break

Saturday, Oct. 15

1 p.m., Neis Field – Women's Soccer vs. Wheaton College – Live streaming video at www.iwu.edu/livesports


3:30 p.m., Neis Field – Men's Soccer vs. Wheaton College  – Live streaming video at www.iwu.edu/livesports


8 p.m., Hansen Student Center – The Asia Project – Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities.

Monday, Oct. 17

11 a.m., Joslin Atrium, Memorial Center – IWU Circle K/Red Cross Blood Drive


12 p.m., Davidson Room, Memorial Center – Non-Org: Meet IWU's 2016-2017 Fulbright from Russia


12 p.m., Hansen Student Center  – Wellness Chili Cook-Off – Register to enter your chili in the competition by Thursday, Oct. 14.

Tuesday, Oct. 18

8 p.m., Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall – Concert to Celebrate Female Jazz Artists

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Hart Career Center
Monday, Oct. 10

BKD representatives will be conducting on campus interviews for internships and full-time employment.

Tuesday, Oct. 11

Freeman Asia Internship Program Info Session

4-5 p.m., Welcome Center Auditorium

Come to this info session and learn about the opportunities available for current sophomores or juniors of any major who are U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents. Funding support for internships in Hong Kong, Japan or the Philippines includes airfare, housing, living allowance and all internship placement and visa costs.


Through the generous support of the Freeman Foundation, IWU will again be able to support approximately 32 students to do internships in Asia for 6-8 weeks next summer. This opportunity is available to students who will return to the IWU campus for at least a semester following the internship.


Students who opt for summer internships are required to register and pay tuition for summer internship credit at Illinois Wesleyan at a deeply discounted tuition rate ($686). There is a limit of one internship award per student. For more information, contact Professor Teddy O. Amoloza at tamoloza@iwu.edu.

 

Representatives from Caterpillar Inc. and Allstate Insurance Company will be on campus to interview students for internships and full-time employment.

 

Wednesday, Oct. 12

Employer Amica will be on campus from 2-4 p.m. in the Nell Eckley Lounge, Memorial Center, to meet students. They may add to their list of candidates who are interviewing Oct. 13 on campus for their positions (Future Leaders Program: Sales and Client Services Associate Account Manager and Future Leaders Program: Associate Adjuster) from students that they meet on the 12th. Students should bring resumes when they meet the reps on the 12th if they want to be considered for interviews the following day.

 

The ISCPA will host their annual Fall Interview Day at Ashton Place in Willowbrook, Ill.


Thursday, Oct. 13

ISU/IWU Fall Career Day

4-7 p.m., Bone Student Center, Illinois State University

Head up the road and meet and greet employers seeking students for full-time positions and internships. Find more information.

 

Amica Mutual Insurance Company will return to campus to interview students for internships and full-time employment.

Career Center
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