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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. 

Nebraska Wesleyan ranked 17th on the list of 175 schools. NWU joins Valparaiso University, Drake University, Butler University, and Creighton University among the top of the list.

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There’s an App for That: Recent NWU Grads Design Mobile App to Connect Tourists With Locals

Raissa Zuim Dantes and Gabriel Sellmer recall arriving in the U.S. from their native Brazil, ready to embark on a Nebraska Wesleyan education.

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Professor Honored for Encouraging Students to Study Abroad

A Nebraska Wesleyan University communication studies professor has been honored for her work in helping students explore study abroad experiences.

Rachel Pokora, professor of communication studies, was named this year’s winner of the White Award for Internationalization. The award recognizes individuals who have furthered the internationalization of NWU, its curriculum, students and faculty.

Pokora was celebrated for using her own international experiences in helping NWU students to become globally-minded. 

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Political Science Professor Wins NWU's Top Teaching Award

A Nebraska Wesleyan political science professor has been honored with the university’s top teaching award.

Kelly Clancy, assistant professor of political science, has been awarded the Margaret J. Prouty Faculty Teaching Award. The award recognizes and rewards faculty for the pursuit of excellence in teaching and who has made a distinct difference in the intellectual lives of students. 

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Gilman Scholarship Sends Two Students to Rwanda

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students are studying in Rwanda this summer thanks to a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.

Kerry Worley, a junior social work major from Omaha, and Rachel Konvalin, a first-year global studies and modern language studies major from Boise, Idaho, have each been awarded the prestigious scholarship.

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