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NWU Launches Master's Program in Athletic Training

Nebraska Wesleyan is expanding its graduate program offerings with the launch of a Master of Athletic Training (MAT) degree.

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Athletic Training Majors Win National, Regional Awards

Three Nebraska Wesleyan University Athletic Training majors have been honored with state and national awards.

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Social Work Student Finds Impactful Practicum Experiences During COVID-19

The 2020-2021 academic year has been unlike any other. But despite the unusual circumstances like mask wearing, social distancing and hybrid learning, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted students’ experiences in ways they never anticipated. We are sharing their stories.

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Students Gain Experience and Friendships as Campus COVID-19 Test Swabbers

The 2020-2021 academic year has been unlike any other. But despite the unusual circumstances like mask wearing, social distancing and hybrid learning, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted students’ experiences in ways they never anticipated. We will be sharing their personal stories over the next several weeks.

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Ezell Wins Mary Butler Award for Leadership, Commitment to Diversity

“It’s easier to be vulnerable when you only need validation from yourself.”

That was Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Jason Ezell’s response to his academic advisor last year after he shared some difficult details about his life during the Let Love Overcome Fear Rally.

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Wang Named Advocate for Diversity Award Winner

Last summer the Department of Homeland Security issued operational guidance that all international students could face possible deportation if they attended U.S. schools that were operating entirely online in fall 2020.

At that point in the COVID-19 pandemic, it was uncertain how colleges and universities would open for the fall.

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Nursing Student Gains Experience Working in COVID-19 Unit

The 2020-2021 academic year has been unlike any other. But despite the unusual circumstances like mask wearing, social distancing and hybrid learning, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted students’ experiences in ways they never anticipated. We will be sharing their personal stories over the next several weeks.

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International Studies Student Shares Literacy as Oppression Research at Future of Women Conference

Syble Heffernan is an aspiring global citizen.

Having been an exchange student in Brazil, the junior English and international studies major dreams of exploring other cultures and landscapes. And she isn’t waiting.

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Gilman Scholarship Will Take NWU Junior to the Southern Caucasus

Abby Cawley says her classes on war and peace and foreign policy helped her think about the possibilities beyond her classroom walls.

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Adult Undergraduate Students Named to Fall Semester Academic Honors List

Nebraska Wesleyan University has announced its academic honors list for students enrolled in the adult undergraduate program for the fall semester of the 2020-2021 academic year.

Nebraska Wesleyan’s adult undergraduate program provides nontraditional students the opportunity to earn a college degree while pursuing a career.

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