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Campus Weekly
March, 2016
With your hectic schedule, we know you don't have time to visit the website of every college, so we're providing a "Reader's Digest" version of information that might be helpful as you counsel your students.
Campus News
CoverIllinois Wesleyan Graduates Earn Top Dollars, According to National Studies
Three recent college rankings, focused on return on investment and the earnings of graduates, place Illinois Wesleyan among the nation's top schools.
AdeTitan Stories
In brief video selfies, young alumni share the experiences at Illinois Wesleyan that helped shape who they are today, and enabled them to quickly reach success in their careers.
MelissaResearch Leads to Leadership Conference Invitation for Guzman '16
A politician that senior Melissa Guzman interviewed for her research, examining the underrepresentation of Latina elected officials, invited her to attend the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute Conference.
Julie and ToddLewis '16 Wins Zoellick Fellowship to Spearhead Bus Stop Project
A proposal from senior Julie Lewis to build up to 25 benches for bus stops in Bloomington is the winner of the Zoellick Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship at Illinois Wesleyan.
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Value of the Liberal Arts

“Tim” Forbes: Why Tech's Most Valuable Teacher Is A Classics Major

Business savvy was folded into a liberal arts education for Tim O'Reilly, who has built a formidable training institution for software engineers. "More broadly, all it takes is a quick scan through the job ads to see how useful a liberal-arts education can be — even in our tech-hungry society." 

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Scholarship Opportunities
“David”Our students have a variety of opportunities to pursue research and creative work supported by stipends. Through an Eckley Scholars and Artists fellowship, music composition major David Allen Flowers '16 became composer-in-residence at Illinois Wesleyan last summer, able to devote his attention to a soundscape composition for symphony orchestra.
Scholarships and Grants
Connecting College Majors to Careers

“Stephanie”Search your interests to see what careers are possible with any major from Illinois Wesleyan. Biology (pre-med) major Stephanie Whyte ’91 devoted more than a decade to caring for children in underserved Chicago neighborhoods, then served as the Chicago Public School District’s first chief health officer, and is now medical director for Aetna Better Health of Illinois.


Career Connector
Internship Possibilities
“Lauren” To help you discover internship options, our Hart Career Center has compiled internships paired with the student's major at Illinois Wesleyan. Anthropology and Hispanic Studies double major Lauren Kiesewetter ’16 worked on the North American debut of Permian Monsters: Life Before the Dinosaurs in Texas, thanks to Titan connections – namely alumna Annie Tillman '12.
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Titans In The News

Wall Street Journal

 
Illinois Wesleyan is among the top three schools nationally whose business graduates earn the highest salaries.
 
Broadway World
 
New York's 3-Legged Dog theater group will present the return engagement of the critically acclaimed YOUARENOWHERE, created and performed by Andrew Schneider '03, following the show's sold-out tour in Slovenia, Melbourne, and France.
 
Entertainment Weekly
 
Oscar-nominated director Tom McCarthy brought in Richard Jenkins '69 (Oscar-nominated for a previous McCarthy film) to be the "Voice of God" in this year's best-picture winning film, Spotlight.
The Pantagraph
 
Illinois Wesleyan's new design, technology and entrepreneurship major is shaped by the university's commitment to liberal arts and interdisciplinary study.
 
In These Times
 

Charlene Carruthers '07, national director at Black Youth Project 100, says she sparked her passion for activism while studying abroad as a student at Illinois Wesleyan. She also discussed black power in The Cairo Review of Global Affairs.

 

Journal & Topics Newspapers

 

Frank Mirandola '02, a history teacher at Prospect High School with extensive coaching and leadership experience, has been named as the school's assistant principal. Also in the Daily Herald.

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Opportunity to Comment

Every four and ten years Illinois Wesleyan University undergoes a comprehensive review by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC-NCA), the University’s accrediting body. Last accredited in 2012, the University is once again taking part in the process, which involves the writing of an Assurance Argument by IWU and a visit to campus by a team of evaluators from the HLC-NCA, on Oct. 3-4, 2016. IWU’s Assurance Argument is available via this link.

 

The Commission invites comments from the public on IWU’s qualifications for accreditation. The comments must be written, signed, and sent by Sept. 1, 2016. Find more information, including a mailing address for comments, on the IWU accreditation website, or file comments electronically.

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