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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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NWU to Launch Lincoln’s Only Master of Social Work Degree

Nebraska Wesleyan University will expand its graduate program offerings next fall with the area’s only Master of Social Work degree.

The degree will have an emphasis on advanced trauma conscious social work practice.

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In An Unprecedented Academic Year, President Good Urges Positivity

“As we approach the beginning of this extraordinary academic year, this unprecedented academic year, I will suggest to each of you — and to myself — the same four recommendations that I gave to our Class of 2020 graduates,” said Nebraska Wesleyan University President Darrin Good. “Be positive, be persistent, be loving and use your voice.”

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Princeton Review Names NWU One of the Best in the Midwest

Nebraska Wesleyan University is one of the best colleges in the Midwest, according to the Princeton Review, which released its annual best colleges list on August 18.

NWU was named among 158 colleges in the Princeton Review’s “Midwest region” category. The schools are not listed in a ranked numerical order.

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NWU Grad Didn't Let Obstacles Stand in Way of Degree

Connor Standridge vividly remembers that winter day when he first toured Nebraska Wesleyan University.

The temperature was mild to most Midwesterners but rather chilly for the Houston, Texas native.

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Class of 2020 Grad Honored for Courageous Journey from Zimbabwe to NWU

It’s been four years since Tecla Nyamakope and her two children immigrated to the United States from Zimbabwe.

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Music Professor Wins Instructional Improvement Award

Associate Professor of Music John Spilker has been awarded the Kenneth R. Holder Fellowship for Instructional Improvement for 2020-2021.

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