February 24, 2010
Forensic Science Professor Deployed to Haiti to Assist in Morgue
A Nebraska Wesleyan University forensic science professor has been deployed to Haiti where she will spend two weeks working in a mobile morgue.
February 24, 2010
NWU Donates 1,000 Pounds of Medical Supplies to Haiti
One thousand pounds of medical supplies are headed to Haiti thanks to a recent NWU supply drive.
February 22, 2010
Bravo Bosendorfer Concert to Feature Pianist Ned Kirk
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Bravo! Bosendorfer Piano Concert will feature pianist Ned Kirk on Sunday, March 7.
February 19, 2010
Bowls For Backpacks Event to Raise Money to Feed Lincoln's Hungry Children
Eighty-seven hundred children live below the poverty line in Lancaster County.
February 19, 2010
Global Studies Plans Week of Awareness: Islam and Muslims in America
Nebraska Wesleyan’s Global Studies Program will present “Islam and Muslims in America: Classroom, Community and Crossroads, A Week of Awareness” March 2-4.
February 18, 2010
"Recycled Percussion" to Headline Wesleyan's Annual Big Event
A percussion group who last fall awed the fans and judges of the hit NBC Show “America’s Got Talent” will perform at Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Big Event on Friday, March 5.
February 18, 2010 Editor to Discredit Myths, Stereotypes at NWU Lecture
An impassioned women’s rights activist and author will discredit the myths and stereotypes of feminism at an upcoming Nebraska Wesleyan University Forum lecture.
February 15, 2010
President's Day: Student Organization Presidents Learn to Turn Their Experience into Golden Opportunity
Whether you’re the president of the student body, your fraternity or sorority, or the math club, you have one thing in common: triumphs and challenges.
February 15, 2010
"Shake In A Day" Fundraiser Gives NWU Students 24 Hours to Rehearse for Show
Nebraska Wesleyan University theatre students will travel to London next month to expand their appreciation for William Shakespeare.
February 12, 2010
Religion Professor's Classroom Enhanced by Recent Middle East Experience
In the 10 years that religion professor Rita Lester has taught at Nebraska Wesleyan University, she has seen an increasing demand for courses on Islam.