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One pantry at a time: making a difference for those in need

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A member of Nebraska Wesleyan's community is going above and beyond to make a difference in Lincoln. NWU Art Director Melanie Reinmiller was recently recognized as volunteer of the year at the Lincoln Homeless Coalition's 22nd Annual Hunger and Homelessness Recognition Event. Melanie and fellow community members have helped to install nearly 40 pantries across the city. The project is titled "Little Free Pantry" and helps to serve anyone in need within our community. 

NWU junior receives Gilman Scholarship for Mexico study abroad

Damicah Burtin, a junior international business and Spanish major is a recent recipient of the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship.

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HHP professor named Faculty Mentor of the Year

Nebraska Wesleyan health and human performance professor was recognized at the recent faculty meeting for her work in mentoring and assisting her p

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Music professor named Exemplary Teacher of the Year

Professor of Music Jana Holzmeier was awarded the 2021-22 Exemplary Teacher of the Year award at the recent faculty meeting.

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Hawkins honored with CORE Award

Diane Hawkins, assistant controller, was awarded Nebraska Wesleyan's CORE Award at the December staff meeting. 

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Nebraska state climatologist visits NWU for holiday symphonic band concert

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s symphonic band will be joined by the NWU Theatre Department and CSIT to share in a concert experience entitled Messages From Mother Earth. Proceeding the event will be a reception with Nebraska State Climatologist Dr. Martha Shulski.

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