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Organizational Communication Scholar to Discuss Impact of Emerging Gig Economy

An organizational communication scholar will discuss the impact of the newly emergent gig economy and the imperatives of self-branding at Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Wesleyan Communication Association/Lambda Pi Eta Lecture, scheduled for March 23.

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Mozambique to NWU: Transfer Student Nelo Nducuia Embraces Opportunity

Nelo Nducuia is approximately 9,400 miles from home. 

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NWU Renews Degree Completion Partnership with SCC, CCC

Nebraska Wesleyan University has renewed agreements with two Nebraska community colleges to help strengthen students’ paths to degree completion.

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NWU Student Credits TeamMates Mentor for Path to College

Ryan Secord developed an interest in engineering early in his teen years.  

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Political Science Professor to Discuss Chilean Identify Politics

Kelly Bauer, assistant professor of political science, has been selected to present this year’s Faculty Scholarship Lecture.

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Students, Professor Recognized with Diversity Advocate Awards

Two students and a professor have been recognized for their dedication, inspiration and advocacy for diversity on campus.

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NWU Junior Among 20 U.S. Students Selected for Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

A Nebraska Wesleyan University student is among 20 undergraduates in the country selected for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI).

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Three NWU Students Win Gilman Scholarships to Study Abroad

Three Nebraska Wesleyan University students will spend the spring semester abroad thanks to a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.

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English Professor Named Exemplary Teacher

“Early in my years as an academic advisor, I began to see a pattern among bright, first-year students who took a class with Scott Stanfield,” recalled Patty Hawk.

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Senior Immerses Herself in History at Naval History and Heritage Command

Josette Wren spends her fall semester walking in the shadows of U.S. history. 

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