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Dr. Darrin Good, 17th President of Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Dr. Darrin Good Named NWU's 17th President

Dr. Darrin Good has been named the 17th President of Nebraska Wesleyan University. 

Nebraska Wesleyan University Board of Governors Chair Susan Gourley announced the appointment today, following unanimous approval by the university’s governing body. 

“Dr. Good is an energetic, values-based leader, who is a sincere advocate for the liberal arts,” said Gourley. “He is student-centered and innovative as proven in the many programs and partnerships he has developed to benefit the institutions and students he has served.”

Duane W. Acklie Hall of Science

Doors Open to New Acklie Hall of Science

Students were welcomed to a new semester on Monday, January 14 with a fresh blanket of snow and a much anticipated new science building.

U.S. News Names NWU a Top Regional University

U.S. News & World Report has named Nebraska Wesleyan University a top regional university. 

NWU is ranked among the top 10 percent of the colleges and universities named to the Regional Universities — Midwest category in the annual college rankings, which were released September 10. 

Elder Gallery Exhibit Features Permanent Collection

Nebraska Wesleyan's Elder Gallery will feature works in its permanent collection. 

The collection exhibition, which runs from March 26 to April 14, will feature work by these artists and others:

Damion Waymer, WCA/Lambda Pi Eta Communication Lecturer

Communication Scholar to Discuss Strategies for Combating Marginalization and Discrimination

A communication scholar from North Carolina A&T University will discuss issues of power, race, class and gender and their impact on how we react and respond to messages at this year's Wesleyan Communication Association/Lambda Pi Eta Honorary lecture on March 4.

Kyle Holen, Core Award winner

Food Services Employee Recognized for Attention to Students

Senior Kacie Tremain remembers selecting her lunch at Prairie Point Dining Center when she was a first-year student and hearing an unfamiliar voice calling her name.

It was Kyle Holen, an employee of Sodexo, Nebraska Wesleyan’s food services provider.