Academics

Two NWU Men Helped Shape the Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Chances are good the names “Edgar Sheffield Brightman” and “L. Harold DeWolf” mean very little to you.

 

Spring Lecture Series Kicks Off With Talk on Releasing and Restoring Inmates

About 98 percent of the inmates currently incarcerated in Nebraska's 10 prisons will be released and will return to our communities and neighborhoods.

 

Communication Class Participates in Life-Saving Research Project

The nearly 2,000 hours that students enrolled in the Communication Research Methods class spent on their semester project not only saved their grade, but may potentially save lives too.

 

Students Spend Break Volunteering in Chicago, Performing in Music City, Studying in Belize

Members of Global Service Learning won’t just be traveling to grandma’s house over the holiday.

 

Gilman Scholarship Sends Four to Morocco, France, India and Ghana

Four Nebraska Wesleyan University students have won the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which will send them overseas for the spring semester.

 

Students to Commemorate Titanic's History at Sunday Event

Last spring Sheryl Rinkol boarded the Azamara Journey, a memorial ship that traveled from New York City to the site of the Titanic’s sinking in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the marine disaster.

 

New Workshop Helps Young Writers Enhance Skills

What can you do with an English degree?

 

Author, Developer to Discuss Information Consumption Diet; Watch Live

Clay Johnson, best known as the co-founder of the firm that built and managed Barack Obama’s online campaign for presidency in 2008, will speak at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

 

NWU Senior Wins National Social Work Scholarship

A Nebraska Wesleyan social work student has been awarded a national scholarship honoring her service, scholarship and leadership in her academic field.

 

Religion Professor Named "Nebraska Professor of the Year"

Last year Rita Lester assigned Manufacturing Religion to students enrolled in her Liberal Arts Seminar titled, “Myth.”

 

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