Global Studies

The Story and Struggle Continue: NWU Alumna Leads Efforts at National Civil Right Museum

Nebraska Wesleyan University was closed for Martin Luther King Day. But January 18 was most certainly a workday for one NWU alumna. In fact, it’s her biggest workday of the year.

Studying Through Real Experiences: Senior Travels to Switzerland to Learn About Education Reform

Brenda Maldonado had never taken a French class before her arrival at Nebraska Wesleyan University four years ago.

NWU students will share their achievements during the annual Student Symposium.

Senior Travels to Bolivia to Study Food Insecurity

Waste not, want not.

It’s an old expression that senior Lucy Sjulin has long been familiar with. Little did she know that a simple volunteer experience would lead her to completely embrace the phrase.

Senior Concludes Study Abroad Experience With U.S.-China Summit

Beijing China is more than 6,300 miles from Grant Nordby’s hometown of Stanton, Neb.

 

Nebraska Wesleyan University will screen the documentary "Komora: To Heal." The film follows orphan survivors of the 1994 Tutsi genocide in Rwanda and the people who stepped in to raise them.

Documentary Screening, Discussion to Share Lives of Rwandan Genocide Orphan Survivors

Nebraska Wesleyan University will screen the documentary "Komora: To Heal." The film follows orphan survivors of the 1994 Tutsi genocide in Rwanda and the people who stepped in to raise them.

 

Rwandan Genocide Survivor to Share Story of Faith, Forgiveness - Postponed

Immaculée Ilibagiza's lecture scheduled for Tuesday, February 18 has been postponed due to her canceled flight. The lecture has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m in Olin B Lecture Hall.

 

Immaculee's life was transformed dramatically during the 1994 Rwandan genocide where she and seven other women spent 91 days huddled silently together in a cramped bathroom of a local pastor's house.

Rwandan Genocide Survivor to Share Personal Story, Film Of "The Children Who Lived"

A survivor of the Rwandan genocide will share his personal story and present an edited version of his documentary at an upcoming Nebraska Wesleyan University lecture.

 

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