Modern Languages Department

Experience at Volunteer Medical Clinic Helps Biology Major Find Her Vocation

“All I knew was I wanted to go to medical school, so everything was planned out for me. I had a path, so I felt I didn’t have to worry about the rest.”

When student Sarah White arrived at Nebraska Wesleyan, she knew she was going to study biology and become a medical doctor. But one class and an eager professor changed her perspective just weeks into her first semester.

Spanish Professor Selected for National Fulbright Scholarship Screening Committee

Cathy Nelson, associate professor of Spanish, has been selected to serve on the National Screening Committee (NSC) for Fulbright Scholarship applications.

 

Spanish Major is NWU's Fourth Fulbright Winner

A fourth Nebraska Wesleyan University student has won a Fulbright Scholarship. Megan Meyerson of Lincoln will spend the next year in Brazil where she will teach English.

 

Student's Dream to Study in Japan Comes True Thanks to JET Program Award

Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Paul Snyder has dreamed of living and working in Japan ever since he was an eighth-grader in Scottsbluff.

Nebraska Wesleyan Remembers French Professor Tony Epp

A long-time Nebraska Wesleyan University French professor has died. Professor Emeritus Anthony Epp died Monday, June 6. He was 69.

 

Fulbright Scholarships Will Take Two NWU Students to Germany

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University seniors have been awarded Fulbright scholarships that will take them to Germany next year.

 

Scholarship Will Take NWU Sophomore to Germany for Prestigious Work-Study Program

Nebraska Wesleyan University student Ginny Koch came to school with hopes of one day becoming a physician’s assistant.

 

Phi Kappa Phi Scholarship Sends Student to Costa Rica

A Nebraska Wesleyan University student is among 50 college students in the nation selected to receive a Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant.

 

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.

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