News

October 18, 2010
Skeptic Magazine Founder to Give Lecture at Nebraska Wesleyan
The head of one of America’s leading skeptic organizations will speak at Nebraska Wesleyan University on Thursday, October 28.
June 9, 2010
Freud's Couch Tour: Students Experience Psychology Firsthand in London, Paris
Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Erik Anderson hopes to become a licensed mental health practitioner someday.
May 27, 2010
Recent NWU Grad One of 40 in Nation to Receive Ministerial Fellowship
Justin Iverson knows when he’s a minister someday, Sunday school and church service won’t be the same as it was growing up in his South Dakota United Methodist congregation.
May 7, 2010
Psychology Professor Wins University's Annual Teaching Award
Over the past year, the psychology department has increasingly been filled with students wearing lab coats and surgical masks. They're busy studying the behavioral traits of mice. They're conducting more animal research than any other time in recent history.
March 8, 2010
Psychology Department to Host Research Symposium
Upper-level psychology students will share and celebrate their research this spring when the NWU Psychology Department hosts its biannual research symposium on Monday, May 3.
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.”
January 20, 2010
American Psychological Association President to Share Research on Parenting and Stepfamilies
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.
November 19, 2009
Celebrating 35 Years, Rat Challenge Has Students and Rats Competing for Gold, Grub, and Grades
Nebraska Wesleyan University has been infested with rats for 35 years and rather than exterminating, the school is celebrating.