Campus Weekly

News for and about the Illinois Wesleyan community

March 23, 2015

Campus News

Daniel Truesdale '15 to Discuss Organ Donation Incentives at National Ethics Symposium
Economics and political science double major Daniel Truesdale '15 was selected to present his study on the implications of incentives for organ donation at a national ethics symposium.

composition Three Students Compose One-Act Operas
Three contemporary one-act operas composed by music students Tim McDunn '16, Luke McLoughlin '15 and Sam Mullooly '16 will be performed March 28 and 29.


Sports

Junior Kirsten Slaughter finished fourth in the 50 freestyle as four Illinois Wesleyan women competed in the NCAA Division III Swimming Championships March 18-21 at the Conroe ISD Natatorium in Shenandoah, Texas.


> Find more highlights at www.iwusports.com.





Hart Career Center Programs This Week


Monday, March 23

• Employers American Marketing and Publishing, LLC and First Midwest Bank will be on campus for interviews.

Thursday, March 26

• Employer Enterprise will be on campus for interviews.



Upcoming



Monday, March 23

4 p.m., Beckman Auditorium, The Ames Library – Religion Department Colloquium 2014-2015 – Zachary Braiterman, associate professor of religion at Syracuse University, will give the keynote remarks, "Image not Idol: Reconsidering Judaism and Art."

4 p.m., Room 202, State Farm Hall – Sociology Research Colloquium: "I'm Not That Person No More": Narratives of Personal Transformation in Women's Post-Incarceration Experiences – Presented by Cesraea Rumpf '01, assistant professor, Department of Criminal Justice at Fayetteville State University.

7 p.m., Tucci Stadium – Men's Lacrosse vs. Cornell College – Live video at www.iwu.edu/livesports


Tuesday, March 24

7 p.m., C101, CNS – Nature Photographer Tom Ulrich (more information under GREENetwork at right)


Wednesday, March 25

(Through Friday, April 3)
Academic Advising for Fall 2015

11 a.m., Basement, Evelyn Chapel – Spirituality, Nursing & Wellness Workshop – Join IWU Interfaith for conversation and a healthy lunch to hear reflections from Assistant Professor of Nursing Amanda Hopkins, Assistant Professor of Nursing Wendy Kooken, and Multifaith Ambassador and nursing major Karen Matkovich '16 about spirituality and wellness. There will also be an opportunity to give your own reflection and to ask questions of the speakers.

12 p.m., Turfler Room, Memorial Center – Maggie Renzi: The Art of Film Production – Bring your lunch and dine with film producer Maggie Renzi, and learn more about the art of producing films. (Part of a series of events made possible by a Re-Centering of the Humanities Grant sponsored by the Mellon Foundation along with support from the IWU Center for Human Rights and Social Justice, the Chaplain's Office, the Provost's Office, the History Department, the Philosophy Department, the 3D Series, the International Film Series, and The Ames Library.)

12 p.m., E101, CNS – Academic Skills Series: Podium Skills: Improving Your Presentations

4 p.m., Beckman Auditorium, The Ames Library – John Sayles' Fiction: Public Reading from "A Moment in the Sun" and Discussion with John Sayles – Moderated by Associate Professor of English Mike Thuene. Followed at 5 p.m. by a reception for Sayles and Maggie Renzi outside of Beckman Auditorium.


Thursday, March 26

Raines4 p.m., Evelyn Chapel – Master Class with Broadway Legends Ron Raines and Don Pippin – Raines and Pippin will offer a master class for IWU music theatre students as they visit central Illinois for a March 27 performance at the Peoria Civic Center.



Amigo7 p.m., Hansen Student Center – John Sayles Film Festival: "Amigo" and Discussion with Sayles and Producer Maggie Renzi – Moderated by Assistant Professor of Philosophy Mark Criley.



7 p.m., Beckman Auditorium, The Ames Library – International Film Series – "Osama" (2003, USA), presented by Associate Professor of English Alison Sainsbury.


Friday, March 27

4 p.m., Beadles-Morse Courts – Men's Tennis vs. Greenville College

5 p.m., Park Street parking lot, east of The Ames Library – Night in a Car – Students will stage a homelessness simulation.

7:30 p.m., Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall – Jazz Ensemble and the Debut of New Vocal Jazz Ensemble, "Unlicensed Syncopation"



Saturday, March 28

11 a.m., Beadles-Morse Courts – Women's Tennis vs. Ashford University (Iowa)

1 p.m., Tucci Stadium – Women's Lacrosse vs. Carroll University – Live video at www.iwu.edu/livesports

1 p.m., Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall – Junior Recital: Anne-Marie Pasternock, soprano & Alyssa Gibson, soprano

3 p.m., Evelyn Chapel – Junior Recital: Jeremy Gruner & Shaun Schaefer, trumpet

7:30 p.m., Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall – Student-Composed One-Act Operas (Additional performance at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 29)

8 p.m., Hansen Student Center – Comedian: Chloe Hilliard – Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities


Sunday, March 29

1 p.m., IWU Softball Field – Softball vs. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (doubleheader) 

1 p.m., Horenberger Field – Baseball vs. Elmhurst College – Live video at www.iwu.edu/livesports

5 p.m., Hansen Student Center – Annual International Carnival – Featuring foreign food, dance, music, an international fashion show and other performances by various culture-themed students and student organizations, sponsored by the International Society.

• 5 p.m., Choir Room, Presser Hall – PMA Charity Date Auction – Bid on a chance to go on a date with one of the gentlemen of Phi Mu Alpha. All proceeds go to charity.

6 p.m., Davidson Room, Memorial Center – Student Senate Meeting



> Find more on the University's Events Calendar.

Illinois Wesleyan University

We hope you enjoy this edition of our campus newsletter, sharing important happenings at Illinois Wesleyan University and news about the Titan community.


Titans In The News

The Pantagraph
A film festival will culminate with independent filmmaker John Sayles' visit to IWU's campus, along with his life partner and producer Maggie Renzi. Also reported on the blog, A Follow Spot.

The (Vandalia) Leader Union 
Keith Jensen '74 has become a shareholder and principal of the law firm of Burnside, Johnston, Connor & Jensen, P.C.

Broadway World
Ben Mulgrew '14 is appearing in the Columbia Stages production of Gilgamesh - a Musical Epic.

The Pantagraph
President Richard F. Wilson highlights ongoing community connections, which have been a priority during his tenure at Illinois Wesleyan and are part of the University's heritage.

Teutopolis Press
Illinois Wesleyan athletes brought the largest team to the Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics in February.

NBC Chicago
Schools like Illinois Wesleyan that ensure a high rate of measles immunization among students reach a "herd immunity" for the campus population.

The Pantagraph

Retired 11th Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Elizabeth Robb '78 has been named to the state's Commission on Criminal Justice and Sentencing Reform.

> More Titans in the News




Kudos

• Professor and Chair of Educational Studies and Director of the Center for Human Rights
Irv Epstein's human rights column, "Youth Protest and Human Rights," appears in the March issue of The Volunteer, a magazine founded by the veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade.

• Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Jean Kerr and Adjunct Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Paul Dennhardt presented a program on stage movement and fight choreography, including sword fights and weapon technique, hosted by the Atlanta Public Library.

•  Matt Hilding '00, Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management divisional director, was the first winner in 2015 of the company's North America Living the Values Award. He was honored for being a pivotal force in creating and instituting training programs geared toward the development of sales teams. According to a company announcement, the employee recognition program highlights individuals who embody the bank's values, and Hilding "is known to be an excellent collaborator with colleagues and a trusted advisor to clients."

• Artistic collaboration between Mel Keiser '07 and Matt Martin '07 is featured in The Economy magazine.

• Hornist Jessica Pearce '09 has been accepted into the doctoral program of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


> Find faculty publications and research and creative activity on the University website or Digital Commons @ IWU.



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Nature Photographer Tom Ulrich


Tuesday, March 24,
7 p.m.
C101, CNS


Nature photographer Tom Ulrich will present a photographic journey in the life of a wildlife photographer. This year's focus will include the birds of Ecuador, bird migration in Texas, and the spectacular wildlife and landscapes of Glacier National Park in Montana.

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