News

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.
February 11, 2010
An Update On The Elaine Kruse Scholarship Fund
Update on Elaine Kruse Scholarship Fund.
February 10, 2010
Nebraska Wesleyan University - Omaha Offers Advantage Scholarship
Nebraska Wesleyan University – Omaha is pleased to offer a full tuition scholarship to a current student or graduate of Iowa Western Community College with a degree in one of the following areas: B
February 9, 2010
Comedian Ronnie Jordan to Perform at NWU
Funny man Ronnie Jordan will bring his act to Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Comedy Night on Sunday, February 21.
February 9, 2010
NWU's International Film Festival to Screen Seven Foreign Films
International film enthusiasts will have the opportunity to see seven foreign films during Nebraska Wesleyan University’s fourth annual International Film Festival, February 25-28.
February 9, 2010
Annual Fetzer Science Lecture to Address Science, Ethics Behind Stem Cell Research
A leading expert on the science and ethics behind stem cell research will present Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Fetzer Science Lecture on February 25.
February 8, 2010
NWU Named Tree Campus USA For Second Consecutive Year
For the second consecutive year, Nebraska Wesleyan University has been named a Tree Campus USA University by the Arbor Day Foundation.
February 4, 2010
NWU Professor Honored as a Social Worker of the Year
Lisa Borchardt beams whenever she gets a phone call from a service agency asking for a Wesleyan student volunteer.
February 3, 2010
Cross-Cultural Psychology Class Takes Students to Costa Rica
A Nebraska Wesleyan psychology professor and three students recently experienced a cultural adventure among the “happiest people on earth.”