Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students and a 2013 NWU graduate have each been awarded Fulbright scholarships to teach internationally next year.
This spring Nebraska Wesleyan University students Alex Langley and Rebecca Brune will begin implementing a new program aimed at empowering middle school girls as they transition to high school.
Nebraska Wesleyan University is growing its graduate degree programs. Beginning this fall, NWU will offer a Master of Business Administration program and a Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration joint degree.
While on sabbatical in Vienna, Austria, communication studies professor Karla Jensen continued her own study of German while immersing herself in a new culture.
Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Alexandra Langley is watching U.S. political history unfold right before her very eyes.
Nebraska Wesleyan University is one of the top producers of Fulbright Scholarship winners among bachelor’s degree institutions in the country.
Cathy Nelson, associate professor of Spanish, has been selected to serve on the National Screening Committee (NSC) for Fulbright Scholarship applications.
If the Physics Department had a family tree framed on its wall, it would have just four branches.
Ben Gotschall, energy director for Bold Nebraska will discuss Nebraska’s role in the Keystone XL Pipeline debate at an upcoming Nebraska Wesleyan University Forum lecture.
The Nebraska Court of Appeals will be in session at Nebraska Wesleyan University on Thursday, September 12.