News

June 15, 2011
Recording Preserves Voice of Nebraska State Poet William Kloefkorn
William Kloefkorn died on May 19, 2011. Kloefkorn taught English at Nebraska Wesleyan University for 40 years and served as Nebraska state poet for 29.
June 13, 2011
Students, Professor Honored With Prestigious National Scholarships
Nine Nebraska Wesleyan University students and a professor were honored during the 2010-2011 academic year with national prestigious scholarships and internships.
June 9, 2011
International Tour to Estonia, Sweden Affirms Choir's Passion for Music
Dr. William Wyman and his critically-acclaimed University Choir are used to receiving rave reviews after their performances.
June 9, 2011
Theme House Residents Celebrate Year of Helping Others
On a recent warm and sunny afternoon, the sounds of singing, cheering and clapping erupted from the backyard of a Nebraska Wesleyan theme house.
June 7, 2011
Nebraska Wesleyan Remembers French Professor Tony Epp
A long-time Nebraska Wesleyan University French professor has died. Professor Emeritus Anthony Epp died Monday, June 6. He was 69.
June 3, 2011
Mary Swinton Honored With CORE Award
"Mary goes above and beyond any administrative support job in productivity, insight, generosity, flexibility, professional and personal integrity, and good cheer."
June 3, 2011
Summer Theatre Features Mystery and Drama
Nebraska Wesleyan University will open its summer theatre season with two free productions including a mystery and a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
June 2, 2011
Nebraska Wesleyan to Host Children's Theatre Workshop
Children ages 7 to 12 years who are interested in theatre will have the opportunity to work alongside Nebraska Wesleyan University theatre students at a week-long children's theatre workshop.
May 31, 2011
Lincoln School to be Named After Former NWU Professor William Kloefkorn
A new Lincoln Public School will bear the name of former Nebraska Wesleyan University professor and Nebraska State Poet William Kloefkorn.
May 24, 2011
Biology Professor Paddling 600 Miles on Human Adventure
Jerry Bricker’s idea of a “summer vacation” is probably not one that many can relate to.