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Business Major's Study Abroad Experience Leads to Inaugural Master's Degree Program
When Alex White first arrived at Nebraska Wesleyan University in 2010, he had lukewarm feelings about studying abroad. It’s not that he didn’t appreciate other cultures. But he knew his plan to pursue a business degree in four years would leave little time to study in another country.
Members of the student organization Global Service Learning (GSL) had planned for months to travel to Ukraine for an international service trip. Their plans changed in early 2014 when political unrest forced the group to explore other service options.
New Omaha Location Accommodates Growing Programs, Opportunities
Students enrolled in Nebraska Wesleyan University’s adult and graduate programs in Omaha are learning in new classrooms after the university moved to its new location off 140th and Dodge near Boys Town.
A Year in Review: Highlights From the 2013-2014 Academic Year
The 2013-2014 academic year was a year of exceeding goals and trying something new. We exceeded our expectations with our 12,500 Hour Service Challenge, our Senior Class Gift, and our Relay for Life fundraiser.
National Biology Experiment Connects NWU Students to World’s Science Experts
When Ziomara Jurado and Nick Johnson stepped into their very first college biology class last August, they likely didn’t picture themselves presenting their research to the world’s top science professors just 10 months later.
Dr. Fred Ohles, President of Nebraska Wesleyan University, awarded degrees to approximately 575 undergraduate and graduate students during Nebraska Wesleyan University’s 125th annual commencement held Saturday, May 17.
Faculty to Lead Students on Six Summer Study Abroad Programs
Most know little more about Rwanda than the 1994 genocide that devastated the country. But Gerise Herndon, professor of English and director of Nebraska Wesleyan’s Gender Studies Program, hopes the students she leads to Africa in June will discover that Rwanda is now a changed nation.
Amirah Ali-Dinar has been awarded a prestigious Boren Scholarship that will send her to Jordan next year to study Arabic. She is the first University College student enrolled in the new criminal justice program to receive the honor.
Rodney S. Markin, Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Development and Chief Technology Officer at the University of Nebraska Medical Center will deliver the annual Fetzer science lecture on Tuesday, April 29.