Patterson to Direct Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Kwame Patterson, previously a residence director in the Office of Residential Life, has been named the new director of Illinois Wesleyan's Office of Diversity and Inclusion
IWU Connections Abound at Illinois Shakespeare Festival
Illinois Wesleyan alumni, faculty and students are playing their parts on the stage - and behind it - to ensure the success of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival.
Denzler '93 Promoted to CEO of Illinois Manufacturers' Association
Mark Denzler '93 has been named the next CEO of the Illinois Manufacturers' Association, where he has served as vice president and chief operations officer.
Eckley Scholar Explores Values Behind Creative Arts Journals
With a stipend to support her summer research, English-Literature and German double major Abigail Kauerauf ’19 is taking an analytical look at how undergraduate creative arts journals assess the poems that they publish.
Course in Gerontology and Palliative Care Developed with $150,000 Grant
The Illinois Wesleyan School of Nursing and the Department of Biology have earned a $150,000 grant to develop a course, and internship, in gerontology and end-of-life care.
Bowden '18 Awarded Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship
Maisy Bowden '18 is the recipient of a $5,000 fellowship award to support her graduate-level studies focused on the evolutionary precursors of language in nonhuman primates.
Titans in the News
Looking back at local history, Sigmund Livingston, who graduated from Illinois Wesleyan's former law school in 1894, founded the Anti-Defamation League while living in Bloomington.
Participants in the Illinois Chamber Music Festival at Illinois Wesleyan “learn how to lead, to follow and to communicate without words.”
Incoming nursing major Madeline Gutierrez was named Miss Vernon Hills 2018.
Starting this fall, Illinois Wesleyan will add four majors and seven minors to its more than 80 majors, minors and programs.