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Nebraska Wesleyan awarded 500 bachelor's and master's degrees during its 129th commencement on Saturday, May 5th.

NWU Awards 500 Degrees

Nebraska Wesleyan University awarded degrees to 500 undergraduate and graduate students at its 129thcommencement on Saturday, May 5. 

Natalie Hahn, a humanitarian whose work with United Nations programs has empowered women across Africa and beyond, delivered the commencement address. She was presented with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. An Honorary Doctor of Laws degree was also presented to Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler. 

Nebraska Wesleyan has launched "Bold Designs," a $62 million campaign to raise funds for premier learning spaces, scholarships, recruitment of faculty, and life-changing student experiences.

NWU Launches $62 Million "Bold Designs" Campaign

Every day, NWU professors teach their students to be bold. To imagine possibilities. To build and create.

Karla Jensen

Communication Professor Earns National Recognition for Cutting-Edge Curriculum

The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry for the United Methodist Church has selected Nebraska Wesleyan University professor Karla Jensen as an inaugural recipient of its Cutting-Edge Curriculum Award.

Carly Wahlmeier

Recent NWU Grad Selected for Prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship

A recent Nebraska Wesleyan University graduate has been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the nation’s oldest academic honorary.

Juniors Thomas and Nathan Krick

Identical Twins Debut "Identical Draw" on CarbonTV Following NGAL Experience

Last June identical twins Nathan and Thomas Krick spent countless hours preparing to make a pitch about their outdoor television show to a panel of distinguished judges. 

Chase Hoffschneider, a sophomore from Burwell, Neb., will be joined by junior Simon Holloway of Omaha, when they pitch their "SaveMe" device during the annual Network Globally, Act Locally pitch competition on June 15th.

Students Prepare to Pitch "SaveMe" Device at International Entrepreneur Event

Chase Hoffschneider noticed something he didn’t like while walking on campus.