Faculty and Staff

Renovated Residence Hall Opens Doors to New Students

Move-in day for new Nebraska Wesleyan University students is typically hot and humid.

Music Professor Honored for Commitment, Inspiration to State's Vocalists

A Nebraska Wesleyan University choir director has been recognized by the Nebraska Choral Directors Association for his commitment to singers and choirs in the state.

 

NWU Alum Shelley McHugh Named New Alumni Director

Shelley McHugh has been hired as the Director of Alumni Relations at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

NWU Students Win Five Gilman International Scholarships

Five Nebraska Wesleyan University students have each been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. The award will send each student overseas during the 2012-2013 academic year.

 

Eight Professors to Immerse Themselves in Research During 2012-2013 Sabbaticals

Eight Nebraska Wesleyan University professors will go on sabbatical for all or part of the 2012-2013 academic year.

 

Communication Professor Honored for Empowering Students

A communication studies professor has been honored for empowering, inspiring, and demanding nothing but excellence from her students.

 

United Way Honors Jensens as Workplace Campaign Heroes

The United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County recently recognized Travis and Karla Jensen as "Workplace Campaign Heroes."

Fulbright Grant Will Send English Professor to India

A Nebraska Wesleyan University English professor has been awarded a Fulbright Specialists Grant to teach in India next fall.

 

Marketing and Communications Department Wins Regional Awards

Nebraska Wesleyan University's Marketing and Communications Department was recognized with nine regional awards at the recent Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) conference.

 

University Announces Renovation Plans for Johnson Hall, Parking, Wireless Networking

New students who move into Johnson Hall next fall will literally have a “cooler” experience in their first-year residence hall compared to the students who have lived there for the past 64 years.

 

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