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Campus Weekly
Enroll Now April 18, 2017
We hope you enjoy this edition of our campus newsletter, sharing important happenings at Illinois Wesleyan University and news about the Titan community.
Campus News
MapIllinois Wesleyan #10 in Nation for Job Placement
Illinois Wesleyan University ranks first among Illinois colleges and 10th overall in the nation in job placement ratings for its graduates.
AnaolAlumni Encourage International Students Through Card-Writing Campaign
Alumni rallied together to write notes of encouragement and support to all 161 international students enrolled at Illinois Wesleyan, in a campaign of support organized by Vera (Leopold) Miller '05.
Nicole and ChrisUniversity Celebrates Civic Engagement
Student groups, athletic teams and individuals were honored along with faculty, staff and community partners at Illinois Wesleyan's fifth annual Civic Engagement Banquet.
Vickie and Rebecca“Curiosity and What To Make of It”
This year's Kemp Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence honoree, Anthropology Professor Rebecca Gearhart Mafazy, gave the keynote address at the annual Honors Day Convocation, where Professor and Director of the School of Nursing Vickie Folse was announced as the winner for 2018.
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Titan Athletics
  • At the sixth annual State Farm "Tommy Awards", sponsored by the IWU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and State Farm Insurance on April 10, Illinois Wesleyan athletes were honored in an array of categories. The softball team won the "Academic Team of the Year" honor for top overall grade-point average and the women's lacrosse team earned the "Do Good Now" award for their dedication to community service.
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Titans In The News
The Pantagraph

Finding a new species is "like when you're a child opening a present," said Associate Professor of Biology Edgar Lehr, whose latest new frog was named after famed British naturalist David Attenborough.
WJBC Radio
Illinois Wesleyan University is taking a step into the future by creating a program for competitive video gaming, or eSports. Also reported in The Pantagraph.
The (DeKalb) Midweek
Award-winning Chicago pastry chef Meg Gallus '00 said she turned to a career in baking after her mother died, when she realized she wanted to make people happy and "not live for only myself."
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