Academics

Service Trip to Indian Reservation Results in Life Lessons

Fifteen student members of Nebraska Wesleyan’s Global Service Learning organization traveled to Rosebud Indian Reservation during their recent winter break hoping to help its residents clean, sort, and organize a thrift store.

Religion Professor One of 12 in Nation Selected for Middle East Seminar

Studying religion is like studying foreign language: its good to know more than one, says religion professor Rita Lester.

Wesleyan Named Among Country's Top Fulbright Scholarship Producers

For the fifth year, Nebraska Wesleyan has been recognized as one of the top producers of the prestigious Fulbright scholarship.

Student, Professor Take Research to Chile to Study Country's Psychological Impact From Conflict

While sitting in her “Readings in Spanish Literature” class last spring, NWU student Lexie Zoucha got an idea.

Two NWU Professors Selected For Smithsonian Exhibit

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University art professors have been selected to have their work showcased at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.

English Professor Named Exemplary Teacher

A Nebraska Wesleyan University English professor has been named the 2009-2010 Exemplary Teacher by the United Methodist Church Division of Higher Education.

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