Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Jamie Krahn had a seven-hour ride home from a recent university service trip that gave her plenty of time to think about an issue weighing heavy on her mind: how can NWU help Haiti’s earthquake victims?
The president of the American Psychological Association whose research on stepfamilies is considered a landmark contribution to the field will present an evening lecture on Thursday, February 4 at Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Nebraska Wesleyan’s spring lecture series kicks off Thursday, February 4 with two distinct speakers: a director of environmental justice who will discuss “environmental justice for all” and the president of the American Psychological Association who will discuss marriage and parenting in divorced families.
Nebraska Wesleyan University will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit February 15-17, 2010, by a team representing the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Nebraska Wesleyan has been accredited by the Commission since 1914.
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