University Ministries

Mattingly Distinguished Scholar Lecture: Mark Braverman

11/04/2014 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Prairie Wolf A & B

Mark Braverman, Program Director for Kairos USA, will discuss "Israel, the Palestinians, and the Failure of Global Diplomacy: The Emerging Grassroots Movement for a Just and Lasting Peace."

Deadline Approaching for Alternative Spring Break Trip


The Urban Cultural Immersion Trip is now accepting applications for the 2014 alternate spring break trip to Washington D.C. 

NWU Students Experience the Journey From Juarez


Last year’s graduating class included two students from Juarez, Mexico, a city plagued by drug-related violence that borders El Paso, Texas.

Scholars to Address Spielberg's "Lincoln" and NWU's Connection to MLK


Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Mattingly Distinguished Scholars Program will bring two speakers to Lincoln — one who will discuss American Exceptionalism as it relates to Steven Spielberg’s movie, “Lincoln,” and another who will discuss Martin Luther King’s connection to NWU.

Lecture Series Kicks Off With Talk on Restoring Inmates; Watch Lecture


Ninety-eight percent of the inmates currently incarcerated in Nebraska’s 10 prisons will be released and returned to our communities and neighborhoods.

Swan Lecture: "After Prison - Then What?"

01/31/2013 - 1:00pm
Olin B Lecture Hall

Each year 2,100 inmates are released from Nebraska's 10 state prisons. What happens to these individuals after they are released?

Therapy Dogs, Harps & Massages Help NWU Students Relieve Stress


How do you keep college students motivated as they head into finals week?

Minister to Discuss "The Bible and Homosexuality" at Mattingly Series Lecture


An ordained minister from Michigan who works with LGBTQIA-identified college students will deliver Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Mattingly Visiting Distinguished Scholar Series lecture.