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Campus Weekly
Enroll Now May 1, 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
Fabian and BrookePre-Med Students Gain Experience in Cadaver Lab
Illinois Wesleyan students who are interested in careers in medicine volunteer as assistants at the Cadaver Academy, which is believed to be the first ongoing cadaver dissection lab for high school students in the United States.
Thushara and RonanPhysics Professor, Students Build Instruments to Study Cosmic Dust
Students led by Associate Professor of Physics Thushara Perera are designing and building a Fourier Transform Spectrometer and other instruments to help scientists learn more about cosmic dust.
OliviaStudent Interns for Member of Scottish Parliament
Determined to combine a meaningful internship experience with her study abroad, political science and economics double major Olivia Heffernan '18 chose the Arcadia program in Scotland with the chance to intern with the Scottish Parliament.
Evan and JonathanMok-Lamme '17 Named Technos Award Winner
Senior Evan Mok-Lamme has been awarded the 2017 Technos International Prize, recognizing a student who has excelled academically and contributed to broadening international awareness and understanding.
Multicultural GradsApril in Photos at Illinois Wesleyan
April was full throttle toward the end of the academic year -- presentations, performances, celebrations, competitions, playing, living. So stop for just a moment, and have a look at our month in photos.
Hungry GamesStudents Stage "Hungry Games" to Fight Hunger
With efforts including their own "Hungry Games," students in a global health course raised more than $1,000 to build fish ponds for global communities in need.
BeckyRoesner Honored with Dougan Award
Chair and Professor of Chemistry Rebecca Roesner has been named the 2017 recipient of Illinois Wesleyan's James D. Dougan Award for Contributions to Faculty Governance.
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Titan Athletics
  • Ellie Crabtree '20 is one of 16 Division III players from 11 different schools across the country who will play for the USA D-3 Soccer Team in Brazil against top club teams, from May 29 to June 7.
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Titans In The News
The Pantagraph
"What started out as a senior seminar project became a blend of my passion for nature, people and faith in all of its forms,” said Nicole Chlebek '16, describing the new Multifaith Meditation Garden dedicated on April 25.
The Pantagraph
Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee spoke with student-athletes – and got a hug from long jumper Amelia Glueck '18 – at the 19th Women's Health Night at IWU's Shirk Center.
The Pantagraph
Members of Red Scarves, a band which includes students from Illinois Wesleyan University, performed at Rock the Block, a party presented by the United Way of McLean County to recognize volunteerism and raise funds.
WJBC Radio
Head women’s basketball coach Mia Smith has been selected to serve as an at-large representative on the national USA Basketball committee, to select coaches and athletes for various USA Basketball teams.
(Arlington Heights) Daily Herald
Recent "Jeopardy!" contestant Emma Florio '13 said her love of learning new things is probably what led to both her love for the game show and her choice of profession as a special collections library assistant.

The Pantagraph
Beth Madigan, an office coordinator for Wesleyan's Hart Career Center, was named the top administrative professional by the McLean County Chamber of Commerce. She was one of six finalists, who also included IWU Institutional Effectiveness Specialist Jenny Hand.
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