Events

Jan
4
Wednesday
University Choir Tour Concert: Milford
Milford Methodist Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir kicks off its annual winter tour with a concert in Milford, Neb. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at Milford United Methodist Church, 610 2nd Street. Free-will offering.

Jan
5
Thursday
University Choir Tour Concert: Kansas City, Mo.
Second Presbyterian Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Kansas City, Mo. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at Second Presbyterian Church, 318 E. 55th Street. Free-will offering.

Jan
6
Friday
University Choir Tour Concert: Springfield, Mo.
First & Calvary Presbyterian Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Springfield, Mo. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at First & Calvary Presbyterian Church, 820 E. Cherry Street. Free-will offering.

Jan
7
Saturday
University Choir Tour Concert: Memphis, Tenn.
Independent Presbyterian Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Memphis, Tenn. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at Independent Presbyterian Church, 4738 Walnut Grove Road. Free-will offering.

Jan
8
Sunday
University Choir Tour Concert: Jonesboro, Ark.
First United Methodist Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Jonesboro, Ark. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at First United Methodist Church, 801 South Main Street. Free-will offering.

Jan
9
Monday
First Day of Spring Semester

Welcome to the spring semester!

Jan
9
Monday
University Choir Tour Concert: Manchester, Mo.
Manchester United Methodist Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Manchester, Mo. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at Manchester Methodist Church, 129 Woods Mill Road. Free-will offering.

Jan
10
Tuesday
University Choir Tour Concert: Davenport, Iowa
St. John's United Methodist Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Davenport, Iowa. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at St. John's United Methodist Church, 109 E 14th Street. Free-will offering.

Jan
11
Wednesday
University Choir Tour Concert: Blair, Neb.
First United Methodist Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Blair, Neb. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at First United Methodist Church, 1656 Colfax Street. Free-will offering.

Jan
13
Friday
University Choir Tour Concert: Council Bluffs, Iowa
Saint John Lutheran Church

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir continues its annual winter tour with a concert in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The tour will include concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held at Saint John Lutheran Church, 633 Willow Ave. Free-will offering.

Jan
15
Sunday
CANCELED: University Choir Tour Concert: Lincoln
O'Donnell Auditorium

DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED SOON.

The Emmy-nominated Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir concludes its annual winter tour with a home concert. The tour included concert performances in five states including Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa.

The 90-minute program will feature both sacred and secular pieces; music of the world including pieces sung in German, Italian, and Korean; and music of the season including the choir's signature piece, Malcolm Sargent's "Silent Night."

The concert will be held in O'Donnell Auditorium, located inside the Rogers Center for Fine Arts at 50th Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
16
Monday
University Closed: Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
Jan
19
Thursday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
20
Friday
Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus Celebration
Callen Conference Center

Our celebration will include a keynote by Rev. Max Hale, a retired United Methodist and United Church of Christ minister who was involved in the Civil Rights movements in the 1960s. 

We will also recognize this year's recipients of the Advocates for Diversity Award including: Kelly Clancy, assistant professor of political science; John Spilker, assistant professor of music; and Flor de Maria Garcia-Garza, a junior business administration and psychology double major.

The celebration will be held in Callen Conference Center, located on the lower level of the Smith-Curtis Administration Building.

Jan
20
Friday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
21
Saturday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
22
Sunday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
24
Tuesday
M.Ed Open House: "The Positive Classroom: Interventions Promoting Well-being"
Great Hall, Smith-Curtis Administration Building

Research shows you can improve students' achievement by fostering their well-being. Learn how from a Nebraska expert in positive education. Professor Randy Ernst will speak on "The Positive Classroom: Interventions Promoting Well-being." Then check out NWU's Master of Education program while connecting with peers and enjoying refreshments.

Great Hall is located inside the Smith-Curtis Administration Building, located one block east of 50th Street and St. Paul Ave.

RSVP to Angela at apearson [at] nebrwesleyan.edu (subject: M.Ed%20Open%20House) or call 402.465.2329.

Jan
25
Wednesday
Faculty Scholarship Presentation: "Rayfish, Writing Across the Disciplines"
Olin B Lecture Hall

Mary Hickman, visiting professor of English, has been selected as this year's presenter at the annual Faculty Scholarship Presentation. 

Hickman's lecture, "Rayfish, Writing Across the Disciplines" will be held in Olin B Lecture Hall, located one block east of 50th Street and St. Paul Ave.

In this presentation, she will read poems from the book and present on the historical events, artworks, and medical procedures that inform the book in order to demonstrate how various forms of research enrich the creative process.

Copies of Rayfish will be available for purchase following the lecture. The book will be available to the public in April.

The lecture is free and open to the public.

Jan
26
Thursday
M.Ed Open House: "The Positive Classroom: Interventions Promoting Well-being"
Nebraska Wesleyan University Omaha Site

Research shows you can improve students' achievement by fostering their well-being. Learn how from a Nebraska expert in positive education. Professor Randy Ernst will speak on "The Positive Classroom: Interventions Promoting Well-being." Then check out NWU's Master of Education program while connecting with peers and enjoying refreshments.

Join us at our Omaha site, located on the 7th floor of First National Bank, 14010 FNB Parkway.

RSVP to Angela at apearson [at] nebrwesleyan.edu (subject: M.Ed%20Open%20House) or call 402.465.2329.

Jan
26
Thursday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
27
Friday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
28
Saturday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.

Jan
29
Sunday
Theatre Production: Lion in Winter
Miller Theatre

Henry II is the lion in winter — the king near the end of his reign. But who among his sons may be successor: one of his three sons: Richard the Lionheart, Jeffery or John ... or the wife, whom he has imprisoned for 10 years, Eleanor of Aquitaine? 

Tickets for "Lion in Winter" are $10 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and students, and can be purchased online, or reserve your tickets at the box office by calling 402.465.2384.

All shows will be held in Miller Theatre, located inside the Elder Theatre Center, 51st Street and Huntington Ave.