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Symposium to Address Embracing Differences on Divisive Issues

Understanding our differences and using them to unite rather than divide will be the focus of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Visions and Ventures Symposium.

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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. 

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NWU Celebrates New Student Enrollment Record

Last year Nebraska Wesleyan University enrolled its largest class of new students. That record has been broken again.

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Internship Gives NWU Student Experience with International Trade

Sierra Richey grew up in a small Nebraska town not unlike others surrounded by farmland.

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Gilman Scholarships Send Two Abroad for Fall Semester

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University seniors have each been awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad for the fall semester.

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History Major Curates Exhibit for Germans From Russia International Convention

When Max Martin arrived at Nebraska Wesleyan University, museum curator wasn’t exactly on his list of potential careers.

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Senior Discovers Importance of Creativity at Biomedical Engineering Research Internship

Anthony Baker has big dreams to one day design spacesuits for NASA.

He knows experience is critical to making that dream come true. 

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Caretaker in Chief: NWU's New President Arrives With a New Student's Spirit

We didn’t see Darrin Good coming. 

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

Raissa Souza 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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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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