News

August 26, 2013
Perfect Match: NWU Employee Donates Kidney to Co-Worker's Wife
The Nebraska Wesleyan University maintenance staff is some of the earliest to arrive on campus every day.
August 25, 2013
Gilman Scholarships Send Students to Switzerland, Estonia
Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students are traveling abroad for the first time this semester thanks to the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
August 19, 2013
Fall 2013 Hours Begin
Campus Recreation hours at the Weary Center begin on Monday, August 26th at 6:15am. Complete Fall 2013 hours are listed below.
August 16, 2013
Internships Solidify Senior's Passion for Marine Biology
Kellsie Sedlak has always had a passion for marine biology even though she lives in a land-locked state.
August 15, 2013
Early Experiences Give Students a Preview to New Academic Year
The fall semester at Nebraska Wesleyan University officially began Monday, August 26. But first year students in Karla Jensen’s liberal arts seminar, “The Liberal Arts of Yoga,” started their academic year early learning the historical, psychological, economical, and political aspects of yoga.
August 6, 2013
NWU Launches New Degree in Criminal Justice for Adults
Some of the fastest growing careers are in the criminal justice field, says the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
August 6, 2013
Annual Visions & Ventures Symposium to Explore America's Criminal Justice System
"Hard Time in Hard Times: Weighing the Social & Economic Impacts of America's Criminal Justice System" is the theme for Visions & Ventures XIII, scheduled for September 25-26.
August 5, 2013
NWU Expands Lend-A-Hand Tradition
Remember Lend-A-Hand to Lincoln? The citywide service project has been a part of New Student Orientation at NWU for decades.
July 18, 2013
NWU Academics, Experiences Prepare Recent Grads for Harvard
In August recent Nebraska Wesleyan University graduate Jordan Klimek will move from Burwell, Neb., to Cambridge, Mass. where he will attend Harvard Law School.
July 9, 2013
Student, Professor Travel to Belfast to Collaborate on Titanic Research
When Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Ross Mumford agreed to be a student co-instructor in Sheryl Rinkol’s Liberal Arts Seminar, he had a lot of enthusiasm for teaching, but only average knowledge of the course matter: Boarding the Ship of Dreams: Sailing Across 100 Years of Titanic.