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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.


NWU Theatre Student Cast in Major Motion Picture

Just a few weeks ago, Nebraska Wesleyan University student James Hamrick was rehearsing lines for the rock musical “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.”


Symphonic Band Performs at D-Day Ceremony in Normandy

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Symphonic Band took a history lesson like no other they’ve taken.


National Scholarships, Honors Continue for NWU Students and Faculty

The spring semester may be over but the academic honors continue for NWU students and faculty.


Remembering Titanic: Students to Learn From Instructor's Experience Aboard Memorial Cruise

It was 2:20 a.m. — well beyond Sheryl Rinkol’s bedtime. Sleep wasn’t an option as she listened to ocean waves slap the side of her cruise ship while it floated 2 ½ miles above the Titanic wreckage.


Students Share Writing Skills With Local Detention Center Residents

First-year students in Gerise Herndon’s English 1 classes likely had some preconceived ideas as to what their lessons would entail.


Summer Studies: Academic Trips Take Students Across the World

Final exams were barely graded when a group of Nebraska Wesleyan University students and their professors boarded a plane to Australia for an academic trip on the country’s history, culture and sports.


Boren Scholarship Will Send NWU Grad to Kyrgyzstan

A recent Nebraska Wesleyan University graduate is among 161 students in the nation to win a Boren Scholarship that will send him to Kyrgyzstan.


Communication Professor Honored for Empowering Students

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


Journey From Juarez, Mexico is Life-Changing for Two NWU Grads

Rebeca Chavez admits she was scared to come to Nebraska four years ago.