News

July 13, 2010
Program Gives Students the Edge in Biomedical Research
Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Laura Blasnitz is pretty sure she won’t cure cancer. But she’s hoping her summer research experience will eventually lead to a career where her contributions are important.
May 13, 2010
Students Dive Into Summer Studies
This week NWU biology students are practicing their diving skills in the campus swimming pool. Next week they’ll put those skills to the test on the northwest coast of Roatan, Honduras where they will experience 30 miles of fringing barrier reefs, seagrass beds, mangroves and shoreline.
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.
December 15, 2009
Firsthand Research: Tropical Biology Class Takes Students to Costa Rica
Nebraska Wesleyan students interested in tropical biology are easily intrigued by their textbook readings and classroom instruction on the topic. But relocating the class to Costa Rica for three weeks often solidifies their interest.
December 2, 2009
Hot Fundraiser to Help NWU Students With Tropical Biology Experience
Nebraska Wesleyan University biology students are hoping a hot fundraiser will help take them to a hot climate to study tropical biology.
October 5, 2009
Co-Discoverer of HIV to Discuss Epidemics
A biomedical researcher best known for his co-discovery of HIV —the infectious agent responsible for AIDS — will give a public lecture at Nebraska Wesleyan University on Thursday, October 22.