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NWU Program Will Fully Fund Tuition for Learn to Dream Scholars

Nebraska Wesleyan University is launching a new scholarship program that will help more area community college students aspire to complete a bachelor’s degree.

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President Good Reflects on January 6 Attack on Democracy

Like many of you, I watched Wednesday’s attack on our democracy with great disbelief and a heavy, heavy heart. These feelings plague me today, and will likely continue in the days ahead.  As President of Nebraska Wesleyan University, I feel it is my obligation to speak clearly and directly to you about Wednesday’s events.

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Campus Mourns Long-time Chemistry Professor

Nebraska Wesleyan is mourning the loss of long-time chemistry professor Dr. Mark Werth who died unexpectedly on Saturday, December 5, 2020.

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Social Work Professor Wins Exemplary Teacher Award

“Professor Kara Cavel’s commitment to anti-racist practices is helping to push us all to create a more inclusive classroom environment where the voices of all have a place in instruction,” say her colleagues in the Department of Social Work.

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Student, Professor’s Collaborative Research on Mindfulness Helps New Students Adapt

It’s not unusual to find communication professor Karla Jensen leading a yoga class on a campus lawn. This semester, the activity has provided a much-needed and safe refuge to students dealing with the uncertainties of a pandemic.

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Students Team with NYC Composers for New NWU Theatre Production, "Fresh Voices"

The bright lights of New York City — darkened by the pandemic — will be felt on Nebraska Wesleyan University’s O’Donnell Auditorium stage when the Theatre Department opens its first musical cabaret, “Fresh Voices.”

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NWU Professors Launch “Nights of Horror” 31-Day Virtual Event

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University art professors and self-proclaimed “horror nerds” are making certain that the spirit of Halloween continues despite a pandemic.

In fact, they’re making sure it’s celebrated all month long with their 31-day virtual event, Nights of Horror.

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NWU Launches Scholarship Program to Fully Fund Tuition for Pell-Eligible Students

Nebraska Wesleyan University wants to make its private, personalized education accessible to all Nebraska students.

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Symposium to Address How and Why We Choose to Vote

In recognition of the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote and in anticipation of the upcoming election, Nebraska Wesleyan's annual Visions & Ventures Symposium will address, "Vote!: How and Why We Choose."

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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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