Biology Department

NWU Alumna's Best Practices Drop Hospital UTI Rates by 70 Percent

03/06/2013

Many hospitals have what you might call a dirty little secret. An estimated 1.7 million of their patients acquire infections while in their care each year. Those infections are connected to nearly 100,000 annual deaths. And a large portion of those health care-associated infections, or HAIs, can be prevented.

Goldwater Scholarship Opens Door to Senior's Graduate School Opportunities

03/05/2013

Two years ago Lindsey Jones received a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship to help enhance her knowledge and experience in science.

Nebraska Academy of Sciences

04/19/2013
Location: 
Olin Hall of Science

Nebraska Wesleyan will host the Nebraska Academy of Sciences. This event draws students who are studying science at colleges and universities throughout the state.

Pre-Health Club Lecture: "Opportunities and Challenges Created by Obamacare"

11/28/2012 - 7:00pm
Location: 
Olin B Lecture Hall

Tony Stajduhar of Jackson & Coker, a leading physician recruiting firm, will discuss the impact that the Affordable Care Act will have on everyone including physicians, hospitals, and patients.

Physician Recruiter to Address Opportunities, Challenges of Obamacare; Watch Live

11/15/2012

Tony Stajduhar of Jackson and Coker, a leading physician recruiting firm, will present “Opportunities and Challenges Created by Obamacare” at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Biology Professor Researching Biodiversity in England

10/24/2012

Cody Arenz, Associate Professor of Biology, is on sabbatical for a year in Devon, England.

Science Students Earn National Research Presentation Honors

04/26/2012

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students were recently honored for their research presentations at national science conferences.

Biology Professor Says Pollen is "Early and Bad"

03/21/2012

Don’t blame the trees for your watery eyes and runny nose.

Medical Expert Shares Latest Invention for Burn Victims; Watch Webcast

01/17/2012

Nebraska Wesleyan University kicked off its spring Forum Lecture Series with an expert on regenerative medicine who discussed his latest invention — a spray-cell gun for burn victims.